The Tom Blake Trial in Snowmass is ISABELLA GARAFFA's favorite by a country Mile...


Proven by this stunning series of works




Isabella Garaffa was born in Asuncion, Paraguay,   She now lives and creates her artwork in Snowmass Village, where she has been residing for the last many years.  Her most treasured childhood memories are directly connected to her strong passion for the wilderness, which is translated throughout her artwork in very intense detail. Seeing Aspen trees for the first time at the age of twenty two, gave her a fresh approach to recreate them in her studio in later years.

Decades in the making, ISABELLA has definitely found her calling. This local, self taught superstar pays homage to our surroundings like no other. Her  expressions of Aspen’s Winter are highly sort after. Check out the latest winter offerings HERE

Brand New Release Today....

""Tom Blake; Smell the Flowers", acrylics on canvas 60 x 72 in. 

"This place never ceases to inspire me. I have been here more than hundreds of times but every time is uniquely beautiful. I would need an eternity to paint it all. But as for now, I chose this one scene from the hundreds of pictures I have taken of this very spot. If you are an aficionado of Snowmass biking trails as I am, you will know where this is, but I won't tell."


"Tom Blake; Smell the Flowers" 60x60



"Golden Hour on Tom Blake" acrylics on canvas, 60 x 60


"The gold hues of late afternoon sunlights took a whole new meaning when I came to the mountains and started exploring this very special hour of the day on my mountain bike. There is really nothing quite like Tom Blake trail here in Snowmass that displays it better. I have taken so many pictures of this peculiar moment throughout these years but never found the one that could really encompass all that it means to me; a day coming to its end in all the glorious tones of the streets in heaven. As you slide through the pictures you will see how the sun peeking through the Aspen changes it's tone. That is my effort to mimic in my painting what the sun does in real life: when you move and as you move, your perspective changes. And consequently the interpretation of the light through your eyes change as well. I wish so much everyone could see this in real life, just because it makes so happy. This is just happy, happy, happy painting"


"Golden Hour on Tom Blake" 48x60

"Golden Hour on Tom Blake" 48x60