ISABELLA just Painted 15 Artworks in 54 days to fill the whole Gallery with her Creations for her SOLO Show. Aspens Local Media Embraced her with Newspaper, Television and Radio coverage her Show broke records and was massive successful..

With over 20 Works still currently available, it is still a must see if and when you are in Aspen this Winter 2024. 

“When the Road is Closed Go Snowmobiling” is receiving more attention than any other work right now with its memorizing depiction of Capital Peak and a whisper of light beckoning any adventurer..

  This work is absolutely mind-blowing in-person .If your in Aspen it is a MUST SEE...



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....

“When the Road is Closed Go Snowmobiling” 60x 60 in. acrylics on canvas 

" I took the original photo for this painting back in 2019, with an old iPhone 11.1 only had one shot of the view. But as I was scrolling through my photo album choosing my next painting, when I came across this I knew right away I had to paint it. I had to. So here it is.
You know what is one of my favorite things when I go out there to explore? Seeing the sign that lets me know I'm in a national forest area. It gives me comfort knowing that all the beauty I'm about to see will be protected for ages to come, and no human development will destroy it. That's a wonderful thing. Leave it the way you found it, right? I think this painting it's an expression of gratitude from my heart for all the forest rangers that take care of all these enchanted areas that we so profoundly cherish. And as always, this is an expression of absolute amazement at the immense creativity of the Creator of us all.


“When the Road is Closed Go Snowmobiling” 72x60