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Salida, Colorado 81201
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916 Main Street
Louisville, CO 8002
(303) 664-0043


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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.


Showing in West Boulder 

Twenty paintings were hung yesterday at West Boulder Senior Center, 909 Arapahoe, just west of Boulder Public Library. The show will hang through January, 2012. Thanks to Eileen Rose for the invitation.


Wrapping up the Gift of 2011.

It has been an exciting and gratifying year in Armantrout Studio. Linda Armantrout has been in the Studio and in process. She is focused and painting. She continues her exploration of rock art and the Ute tribe in Colorado, and has been working on 4 or 5 smaller paintings and 2 larger paintings. Linda is teaching Basic Design 1 and Color Theory classes at CFA Gallery, 916 Main Street, Louisville, CO . The classes continue to gather energy. She also teaches long distance by internet. Please click on Classes to the left for more information. Wishing YOU a great 2012! 


Win a Painting

To be entered in a drawing to win this painting "Like" Armantrout Studio on Facebook and "Share" about this website with Friends. Drawing on January 3, 2012. Good Luck! Click on "f" to the left.


New York Times 11-8-11

The New York Times reported on a scientific paper on research linking DNA of modern spotted horses to the horses of the Stone Age depicted in France's Pech-Merle caves. Terry O'Connor is quoted as saying "people drew spotty horses because they saw spotty horses."Linda Armantrout began her painting series "Connection to Ancestors" in 2007 with Power Image #7. She finds validation for her visual exploration in this ancient DNA science and in the Herzog film, "Cave of Forgotten Dreams". She began a mixed media piece of the spotty horses of Pech-Merle as a background for her re-presentation of a modern spotted horse.


West Boulder Invitation

Eileen Rose, Art Coordinator for the West Boulder Senior Center, invited Linda Armantrout to show and sell her work at the Center, 909 Arapahoe, in Boulder. Eileen saw Linda's work during the summer show at CFA Gallery in Louisville. Linda will hang work at the Center after December 5, 2011 through January, 2012.