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Arizona Longings: Desert Love

© Laura Gabel, “Arizona Longings: Desert Love”. 5×7 framed to 13×16, mixed media. $250.

This desert landscape is awash with the brilliant colors of the divine Artist. From the softness of the sun’s rays to the velvety dark of the mountains, all creation does indeed sing His glory. Fall in love again with the beauty of the Arizona desert and join …

Arizona Longings: Crimson Canyon

© Laura Gabel, “Arizona Longings: Crimson Canyon”. 5×7 framed to 13×16, mixed media. $250.

What are your longings? Places can be such powerful evokers of memories. Arizona will always have a special place in Laura’s heart because of her husband Ken. The beauty of the desert landscape stirs in all of us a longing for something more, for something that yet …

Arizona Longings: Hope in the Desert

© Laura Gabel, “Hope in the Desert”. 5×7 framed to 13×16, mixed media. $250.

The desert is often viewed as a hostile wilderness. A place where nothing grows and you certainly don’t want to find yourself. But in the midst of what appears barren, hope waits. And at just the right time, explodes forth in beauty and splendor. May the fragile …

Meet Our Collectors

Laura's artwork brings encouragement to so many around the world - here are just a few of her satisfied collectors
art buying, Austin's wolf

Edrie S

Pennsylvania

“I wanted to send you this pic finally of Austin and Dakotah with the wolf. They were stunned and ecstatic! They absolutely love it! I can’t wait to get it framed for them. I had to wait because I wanted their input. It will bless them for years! Thank you again for making this possible.”

© Laura Gabel, "Ian and Sally (Boo)". Pastel, 17.5x10.75. Private Collection.

Ian

England

“Thank you so much for this, Laura. Sally (Boo) was a very special little person and I was lucky to be able to share some of my life with her. This picture undoubtedly captures the special bond that we shared from the first time her eyes met mine that day I saw her in the dog rescue home ten years ago. I couldn’t wish for a better tribute to a much missed friend.”

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Joy M

Florida

“It was love at first sight, her smile is so real. She reminds me of a sweet lady that I met at Laura’s a few years ago, hence the name ‘Little Evie’. I thank the Lord for gifting Laura with such talent and how it blesses me.”

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