This work is absolutely mind-blowing, in-person If your in Aspen you MUST come and see it..."Capital Creek; Kate's View" captures the ultimate feelings of our Aspen Fall on a larger scale..If you Enjoy this work Click Here to enjoy the rest of her Fall Collection 2023

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

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“Capitol Creek Trail; Kate's View” 72 x 60 in. acrylics on canvas 

""Last year I went on a beautiful hike with to one of my favorite trails with my friend. It was the first week of October and I was hunting for pictures as always. But because the skies were kind of cloudy, I was struggling to find the kind of pictures that would blow my mind; where the light and shadows meet and change everything. As we were coming down a grove of Aspen trees before the final climb to get to the parking lot, we entered this beautiful forest. As is usual with me I took hundreds of pictures and then kept going. Until my friend stopped me on the trail and she said "Bella! Look behind
... wow .. The light of the sun found a way to break through the clouds as the they were moving, showing the blue sky underneath. It was a matter of seconds between this light coming through and then disappearing again. I took as many photographs as I possibly could, just hoping that I would remember the beauty of that moment whenever the time came later to paint it.
I've been waiting since then to bring this moment in past time back to forever (because that is what you do in a painting). Needless to say, the moment came. A path revealing what was, what is, and what's to come."


“Capitol Creek Trail; Kate's View” 72x60