Karla S. Chambers is a naive artist that paints the natural world with vibrant colors and textures. As a farmer in the Willamette Valley, her paintings depict a lifetime of agricultural influences. As a child, she rode horseback to move cattle from one range to another through fields of desert flowers. The flowers were a refuge that radiated with brilliant colors amidst a dry landscape where life was difficult and water was precious. In her mind, beauty and harvest have always gone hand in hand.
“It’s a blessing to be able to share my memories and my love for agriculture through vibrant colors, textures, and shapes.”
Come join me for the Trunk Show at Gallery 444 on December 4 to benefit the Wildlife Conservation Network! My “trunk” painting is front and center with the golden background! I’m so honored to be among so many famous artists!