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The Twitchell Building
101 N. F Street (Upstairs)
Salida, Colorado 81201
(719) 221-9893


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


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(303) 664-0086 

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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.


Marks on Marks

Buffalo Spirit RisingNew work includes horse images, bison images, and rock art images that have historic, prehistoric, and global connections.  New themes are Connection to Ancestors, We are All Related, and Sacred Messengers. This new work evolved from the Power Images shown as “Horse Power as Spirit” in 2 solo shows, in Boulder. 


September Begins

Linda is still feeling bliss after the perfect event—Image and Word-Art and Poetry in Conversation. Audience had a rich and mind-blowing evening with Eight incredible artists and Eight inspirational poets.

Now September begins with a clean and "ready to rock" Studio. Back to the private sector. Watch the Armantrout Studio Facebook page for FREE ART on Fridays. Also from Available Paintings, Linda needs to move some larger pieces out of the Studio to make room to begin another 66"x88" painting. Please, make her a reasonable offer before September 15, 2014 if you want to buy a painting to fit your budget. Call 303-664-0086.

All the Armantrout Art Process class seats are sold for fall in the Louisville Arts District. Call for a place on the waiting list. Of course, online classes are available, or click in the column on the left to buy the Art Process Workbook. The Workbook is a self-directed way to get the rich material taught in the classes.


"Image and Word: Art and Poetry in Conversation" SOLD OUT

All Seats have been SOLD

Standing Room Only tickets will be sold at the door at 6:30pm.

Stop by at 8:30 pm  to enjoy the exhibit and after-party with music by Many Mountains. (free will donations to benefit the Louisville Cultural Council welcome.)

Buy tickets NOW to join us for the unveiling of new art and new poetry shaped by a creative collaboration among Colorado artists and poets. Beginning with a “seed work” of visual art, our first poet composed a verse response and passed it on to another artist, who in turn responded with a fresh work of art that was then sent to the next poet. The process continued until eight new art works and eight new poems had emerged. Artists and poets worked in anonymity, so the unveiling will be full of exciting surprises for everyone involved. Click here for details. Proceeds benefit the Louisville Cultural Council.



We are All Related

Linda continues to paint and draw Bison images and shares these thoughts. "The bison energy has captured me. It is as ancient as the rock art that I have been studying, and as contemporary as the New West. The Native American legends and the attitudes about the buffalo, and the meaning of the word "of the Earth" all has been captivating. I can't help but continue to express "We are All Related" with these images." See more available paintings, Click Here.


"Moving Forward" Moving

SOLD"Power Image #1-Moving Forward" was the first image of the Power Image Series. This piece is a 30"x40" oil on canvas, floated in a maple frame. Linda is thrilled this painting is headed to a new home in Florida. It always opens the heart for new work when a painting sells.

The Power Image Series began in 2006, as Linda settled into the Studio with the intention of adding deeper content to her work. Linda had finished and sold a piece painted for the Mahler Festival that now resides in the quiet reading room in the Louisville Library. Wanting to transition from landscape, Linda spent time in meditation. During the meditation the image of the running horse came to her as a metaphor for Spirit. Eleven paintings followed, and the "Connection to Ancestors" Series emerged from "Power Image #7". See the series in it's entirety click here, or for available paintings click here.

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