Happy Spring Everyone...we hope it's a good one!
Back by popular demand... "Horses of the Mountain", now in terra cotta clay, as well as white micaceous clay. Watch this website as Karlene presents the new ones. Two of the smaller terra cotta horses are already available at the Sedona Arts Center.
Kitty watches over her Traditional Nativity Set. 2 Southwest Nativities in their prize winning settings.
2016 Christmas my terracotta Nativity Ornament was featured in the Arizona Highways' Holiday Gift Guide. And, 2015, my Christmas Javelina in a Santa hat took center stage. He can now be found foraging around the Javelina Section or with the ornaments. The Javelina ornaments were also featured in the Sedona Monthly magazine's December 2014 issue. It was hard to keep up with all the requests for them at the Sedona Arts Center. Those little "not a piggies" are so popular!
2014, my Southwest Nativity Set in the Arizona Highways' Holiday Gift Guide was a huge success, a total of 61 sets were ordered, that's 610 little figures! I feel very honored that they continue to choose my works for their publication.
As for paintings... "Two Flutes", was in the March 2013 issue of "The Artist's Magazine". It
was one of ten winners in the international "Over 60" competition.
Join my world as you view my paintings of the fascinating people of the Southwest. Make them a part of your world as you make your purchases of prints or original art; it's so easy with Pay Pal. Also, you can also commission me, Karlene Koch Voepel, for a portrait of yourself, child or loved ones. (See the contact page.)
Voepel Studios is a part of this website. Nativities, ornaments, Horses of the Mountain and many other items of clay are available here (as well as the paintings and prints).
All work on this website is copywrited by Karlene Voepel.
A website is an organic, constantly changing thing. So, come back often and see what's new!