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SHIRLEY BALES FINE ART

Eleven Mile Canyon Collection

I love nature. It's the place where I find balance, peace, solace, and renewal. Inspired by the seasons, the sound of the flowing water, I carry with me visions of wildflowers and the longing for freedom to roam and explore.

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Never give up on your dreams!
Wow, just wow!

 

I am in the depths of launching my new Eleven Mile Canyon Collection and I just have to pause and reflect on how our I have been able to forge deeper personal connections with so many of you! More people are buying art online than ever, and I am so grateful.

 

Thank you art collectors, sincerely!!!

 

I hope that right now, the things that surround you are meaningful—a daily reminder of where you have been, are now, and WILL be.

 

Never give up on your dreams. This is my journey to becoming a more courageous person, to live out loud—to experience more, be more, discover more, and find my tribe. This is why we bought an RV and plan to take "the show on the road." I am looking forward to in-person events, art fairs, and more very soon! Learn more about my journey here

 

Could I ask you a little favor?

 

Do you know anyone who may be interested in my art? If you do, please share:)

 

The Eleven Mile Canyon Collection will be available October 28th at 12 noon Mountain Standard Time. Join my email waitlist for first access. Originals are one of a kind so mark your calendar!

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Eleven Mile Canyon

Now available! A new collection of original art by Shirley Bales Fine Art

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Shirley Bales, artist

Hi there! I'm Shirley. I am a multi-generational painter. While I was practically born with a paintbrush in hand, I formally studied fine art under an accomplished forensic portrait artist and other notable illustrators in the 1990's. My favorite thing to do is paint outside. I learned most of my technical knowledge from the forerunners of the Classical Realism Movement, and paint with historical mediums, primarily in oil. My work resides in thousands of private collections nationwide, and I am so grateful. Now a resident of Colorado Springs, I hope someday soon to take the show on the road in my new RV. Please come along for the ride!