Social Networks
Contact Armantrout Studio
See Linda's Work in Person

Sellars Project Space

Sellars Project Space
Salida, Colorado 81201
(719) 221-9893

website

CFA Gallery

916 Main Street
Louisville, CO 8002
(303) 664-0043

website 

Armantrout Studio
by appointment
(303) 664-0086 

 
Click below to Preview and Purchase

 The Art Process WorkBook or PlayBook Find out more on MagCloud)

 

Sign Up for more information

hidden sections
Data Collection


Welcome to Armantrout Studio

Armantrout Studio is the working studio and classroom of artist Linda Armantrout. Her work is about gesture and color. Linda has been encouraged by curators, Sally L. Perisho, Ken Bloom, and Jerry Allen Gilmore.  Her work was selected into group exhibits by Dianne Vanderlip and Gwen Chanzit , and she received a juror’s award from Debra Jordy. Read more about Linda Armantrout 

Studio News

Check out news about the Studio below. If you aren't on our mailing list please sign up on the left and be sure to join us on Facebook at Armantrout Studio. If you are new to the site please scroll and read previous pages in Studio News to see more of the artist's journey and body of work.

Wednesday
Jan182012

Sneak Preview

Here is a glimpse of what's happening in Armantrout Studio after the holidays. The 60"x48" canvas uses rock art images from the Upper Colorado River Drainage. This painting should be finished by March.

Tuesday
Jan102012

2012 begins with a Power purchase

Armantrout Studio began 2012 with the sale of the original oil painting, "Power Image 5-Unity".  Limited Edition Prints are available of this image.  Other original Power Images can be seen on Available Paintings page. 

Tuesday
Jan032012

Who Won a Painting?

Barbara Vining is the winner of the painting of Sunflowers! Thank you to all who visited Armantrout Studio on Facebook and clicked on "Share".

Tuesday
Dec272011

Exploring Ute Culture

This painting resulted from a connection made to the Elk Creek Ranch area and a client question about the Ute tribe in the Meeker area. A reading of the history of the area reveals the pride of the Utes who were fisherman and hunters and horsemen. The painting tells that story of pride in life lived in the area. The painting is titled "I am...". It is part of the Connection to Ancestors Series."I am..." 30"x30"/oil on canvas.

Wednesday
Dec142011

Happy Holidays in Downtown Louisville

A short walk north of Armantrout Studio is Old Town Louisville's Main Street. Louisville, Colorado began as a mining and farming community. Thanks to city leaders, founding families, and newcomers, Louisville has grown into an award winning small town with rich Historic preservation. See the painting "Red Desert Mustangs", framed in a Peruvian leather frame by Janet Russell, at CFA Gallery, 916 Main Street in the Louisville Arts District. www.louisvilleartsdistrict.com