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Scroll down for a link to a free printable monthly calendar and a collection of contemporary fine art that represents some of America's most talented artists of southwestern United States.
Here's an easy idea for printable crafts: just right click on any image below and select a save option from the drop down menu. Then print it from your picture file.
These pictures can be used for any number of craft projects such as collages, calendars, place mats, scrapbook pages, and even photo coffee mugs.
Scroll down for a gorgeous display of fine art from the American Southwest. The images shown here represent a mixture of classical and contemporary art.
These works were selected for their ability to capture the universal "flavor" of a particular state. Some of these images may contain links. Click an image to learn more about the superbly talented artist who created it.
For a Printable Monthly Calendar, more great American art, and assorted other free printable items, visit any of the links shown on this page.
Hopi Village - by Thomas Moran
Thomas Moran (1837-1926) was an American painter originally from Bolton, England. His style was of the Hudson River School in New York. His work often featured Rocky landscapes.
Mojave - by Scott Garrett
Colorado Sunset by Patti Baker
Patti Baker is a trained professional fine artist whose oil landscapes are available online.
Kauai Golf by Warren Keating
Warren Keating is a Los Angeles Artist who digitizes photographs and videos on his computer, then paints them on canvas.
The result is quite striking.
Homestead Scene by W. Watson
Skyscape by Michael Campbell
Bluebonnets - by Porfirio Salinas
Porfirio Salinas (1910-1973) was a Texas landscape painter who was widely recognized for his depictions of the Texas Hill Country.
Salinas was one of the first Mexican-American artists to become nationally recognized for his paintings. His works have appeared in the Texas State Capitol, the Texas Governor's Mansion and numerous museums, including the Witte Museum in San Antonio and the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum.
The Virgin River - by Van Key