Each month Chaparral Artists features their members' artwork. We want to celebrate our members' accomplishments, announcing artists being featured as well as the locations they are showing, but we want to continue to support each other by providing a lasting space for our members to shine. Here you will find a growing list of Featured Artists, with a little something extra about them!

For a peak into the past, follow the year-based links below:

2019 Featured Artists

Current Featured Artists

January
Nancy Miehle is displaying her art at the Center for Healthy Generations in Yucca Valley for the month of February. Nancy is showing a beautiful selection of large and small oils, with plenty of scenes to spark smiles.

Dorene Fundin is displaying her art for the month February. Dorene paints in watercolor with a beautifully soft touch. Her works preserve the white of paper for much of the scenes that require a pop of highlight or the sun-lit walls of homes. Her use of watercolor is classic and clean, and her subjects reflect a traveler’s spirit.

Show your support by visiting these venues and enjoying beautiful creations! For more information about these venues, visit the Schedule page. For more information about these artists visit the Members page and search for their name.

January 2020

Sampatti displayed her art at the Center for Healthy Generations in Yucca Valley for the month of January. Sampatti is a photographer who's specialty is macro captures. Much of her work presents nature close up, from the fragile tendrils of multi-colored lichen, to the complex colors of granite.

Nancy Miehle, David Clements, and Kim Clements displayed their art at the Presbyterian Church in Yucca Valley during a portion of the month of January. Displayed between January 5 - January 17.

Dorene Fundin displayed her art for the remainder of January. Dorene paints in watercolor with a beautifully soft touch. her works preserve the white of paper for much of the scenes that require a pop of highlight or the sun-lit walls of homes. Her use of watercolor is classic and clean, and her subjects reflect a traveler's spirit.