Gayle Fulwyler-Smith

Gayle fulwyler Smith’s light-filled watercolors of southwestern landscapes, flowers, old buildings and animals on her farm and places visited in the Americas and Europe have won mumerous awards and are in many private and corporate collections in the U.S. and abroad.

            She studied art and humanities at University of New Mexico, University of Colorado, Denver University, Famous Artists Correspondence course and attended various workshops with artists whose work she admires.

            Her work has been juried into regional and national shows and competitions, including Watercolor West and Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibitions, and as won many awards. It was included in the “International Artist magazine” and also “The Best of Watercolor” and “Landscape Inspirations”, both published by Rockport Publishers, Inc.

Artist’s Statement:    I’ve always loved beautiful places and beautiful things.  There is beauty everywhere if we are open to it. I want to share my vision on paper, not just the appearance of a place, an animal or a flower, but what it feels like to be in that place, looking at those flowers, watching those geese, hiking on the mountain behind our house, experiencing the changing colors of our fruit trees or the cottonwoods along the river.

  Gayle fulwyler Smith                       Web address:

             (505) 579-4326


“My Mother’s Iris”, 24″x31″


“The Old Couple”, 21″x26″


“North of Durango”, 16″x19″