Many of you have enquired about ISABELLA's stunning expressions of our Fall Season since she completed here collection last year...If you feel any infinity for these works not hesitate. 

They will not last Long.


Isabella Garaffa was born in Asuncion, Paraguay,   She now lives and creates her artwork in Snowmass Village, where she has been residing for the last many years.  Her most treasured childhood memories are directly connected to her strong passion for the wilderness, which is translated throughout her artwork in very intense detail. Seeing Aspen trees for the first time at the age of twenty two, gave her a fresh approach to recreate them in her studio in later years.

Decades in the making, ISABELLA has definitely found her calling. This local, self taught superstar pays homage to our surroundings like no other. Her  expressions of Aspen’s Winter are highly sort after. Check out the latest offerings HERE

Brand New Release Today....

“Capitol Creek Trail; Lunch Break” 36 x 36 in. acrylics on canvas 

"When you are hiking the mountains knowing that you still have miles ahead of you, the best part is to find the perfect spot for your lunch break. Nothing beats eating your P&B in a place where the only noise you hear is the birds singing, the leafs blowing, the water running down the steam somewhere.. and your own chewing. This was my perfect spot a couple of years ago when I did this hike. It was middle of September. The colors were mixed in between memories of a summer that has ended and the winter that was coming. Oh and let me not forget the rocks. My favorite launching chairs in the mountains"


“Capitol Creek Trail; Lunch Break” 36 x 36

"Creek Valley; Purple in Fall" 40x40

 acrylics on canvas 


"I'm not sure how to say this without sounding stupid, but I don't paint to be an artist. I don't even label myself as an artist. I'm simply a woman who has been crazy in love with God's creation from the moment I first opened my eyes into the world. My parents say that everyone in the delivery room was impressed by how big they were. My mom tells me that from the moment I held a crayon I never stopped drawing. There has never been a moment in my life that I did not create. I never got tired of doing it because I never really started it as a hobby, it was encrypted in my bones. In every cell of my body. Throughout the years, I can see how God gave me the ability to see the world through my big eyes in a different way, so my vision would be a gift to others. Art has helped me through the darkest times of my life.
And that's why I'm constantly drawn to paint the light. Because that's the story of my life, really.
The Light of the Son shone through my darkness, and it has never stopped illuminating me. This painting is that. As all of them are; a witness to His love that I can't help but see all around me!"

"Creek Valley; Purple in Fall" 40x40

“Capitol Creek Trail; memories of September" 30x40

 acrylics on canvas 


The original scene where I took this photograph is the same one as the painting I’m currently working on . This specific picture was taken from a different angle. I just love September in the mountains, it is the prettiest time of the year! 

“Capitol creek trail; memories of September" 30x40