• Amber Eyes

    $450.00

    Amber Eyes. Coffee, charcoal & pastel on Canvas, 8x10, By Bethany Klein. Bethany has always had a passion for art & has had a special interest in animals & nature. Her art allows herself to express her love for God's creation. In the past few years, she has evolved from realism to surrealism & 12 years ago, while visiting the Fort Worth Main Street Art Festival, she became inspired by coffee art! Her coffee art consists of acid free black coffee as the main ingredient, brewing the coffee with baking soda to neutralize the acidity. She mixes charcoal powder into the coffee creating blacks & raw sienna pastel to achieve oranges or reds.

  • Big Boy Country. Oil on Canvas, 30x48, By Donna Hays. Hays was born on the West Coast and had a passion for art at a young age. She studied every aspect of art in junior college and continued developing her skillset on her own with Faux/Tromper I'oeil painting and oil painting. She has won several awards including National Art competition in Florida, and the National Oil Acrylic Society. She now resides in Comal County.

  • Blue Gaze

    $400.00

    Blue Gaze. Coffee, charcoal & pastel on Canvas, 8x8, By Bethany Klein. Bethany has always had a passion for art & has had a special interest in animals & nature. Her art allows herself to express her love for God's creation. In the past few years, she has evolved from realism to surrealism & 12 years ago, while visiting the Fort Worth Main Street Art Festival, she became inspired by coffee art! Her coffee art consists of acid free black coffee as the main ingredient, brewing the coffee with baking soda to neutralize the acidity. She mixes charcoal powder into the coffee creating blacks & raw sienna pastel to achieve oranges or reds.

  • Caballo Blanco. Oil on Canvas, 24x18, unframed, By Melinda Johnson
  • First Catch

    $3,000.00

    First Catch. Coffee, charcoal & pastel on Canvas, 36x24, By Bethany Klein. Bethany has always had a passion for art & has had a special interest in animals & nature. Her art allows herself to express her love for God's creation. In the past few years, she has evolved from realism to surrealism & 12 years ago, while visiting the Fort Worth Main Street Art Festival, she became inspired by coffee art! Her coffee art consists of acid free black coffee as the main ingredient, brewing the coffee with baking soda to neutralize the acidity. She mixes charcoal powder into the coffee creating blacks & raw sienna pastel to achieve oranges or reds.

  • Khan

    $4,200.00

    Khan. Watercolor, framed 21x28.5, Framed, By Linda DuPuis-Rosen

  • Mission Minded. Coffee, charcoal & pastel on Canvas, 10x8, By Bethany Klein. Bethany has always had a passion for art & has had a special interest in animals & nature. Her art allows herself to express her love for God's creation. In the past few years, she has evolved from realism to surrealism & 12 years ago, while visiting the Fort Worth Main Street Art Festival, she became inspired by coffee art! Her coffee art consists of acid free black coffee as the main ingredient, brewing the coffee with baking soda to neutralize the acidity. She mixes charcoal powder into the coffee creating blacks & raw sienna pastel to achieve oranges or reds.

  • Prancing Sorrel. Oil on Canvas, 20x16, Framed, By David Swantner

  • Puppy Love

    $1,750.00

    Puppy Love. Oil on Linen, 22x28, By Channe Felton.

  • River Crossing. Watercolor, framed 15x29.5, Framed, By Linda DuPuis-Rosen

  • Standing Tall. Coffee, charcoal & pastel on Canvas, 20x16, By Bethany Klein. Bethany has always had a passion for art & has had a special interest in animals & nature. Her art allows herself to express her love for God's creation. In the past few years, she has evolved from realism to surrealism & 12 years ago, while visiting the Fort Worth Main Street Art Festival, she became inspired by coffee art! Her coffee art consists of acid free black coffee as the main ingredient, brewing the coffee with baking soda to neutralize the acidity. She mixes charcoal powder into the coffee creating blacks & raw sienna pastel to achieve oranges or reds.

  • Through the Prairie Wind. Coffee, charcoal & pastel on Canvas, 8x8, By Bethany Klein. Bethany has always had a passion for art & has had a special interest in animals & nature. Her art allows herself to express her love for God's creation. In the past few years, she has evolved from realism to surrealism & 12 years ago, while visiting the Fort Worth Main Street Art Festival, she became inspired by coffee art! Her coffee art consists of acid free black coffee as the main ingredient, brewing the coffee with baking soda to neutralize the acidity. She mixes charcoal powder into the coffee creating blacks & raw sienna pastel to achieve oranges or reds.

  • Under the Blue Texas Sky. Acrylic on Board, 24x48, By Leigh Ann Irish

     
  • Woodpecker. Oil on Board, 10x8, By David Swantner.

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