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Darcie Peet
A Timeless Legacy 2019 Artist



2019 Works


Change in the Air

Darcie Peet

Oil, 24" x 30"

USD $5,900.00

Reynolds Mt., Logan and Hidden Lake Pass: Late afternoon, for one last hike of the day, we headed up to Hidden Lake Pass.  Weather had been turbulent, grey and chilly all day but finally looked like a welcome change was coming as the clouds broke, letting in scattered rays of warm sun and also revealed an early rising moon.  More change was in the air as the seasons were shifting from summer to autumn.  Grasses and wildflowers dried and began to turn golden, tan and sienna, as a lower September sun cast longer shadows. 



Descent from Clements

Darcie Peet

Oil, 24" x 24"



Planning several hikes this day, we headed out early to the saddle between Mt. Clements and Mt. Oberlin on Logan Pass.  The night’s storm was breaking creating all sorts of cloud shapes and swirling movement against the big, deep shadows of early morning.   The trail wound us through patches of all sorts of wildflowers, criss-crossing many streams and streamlets even past a quiet family of mountain goats as we got closer to the saddle.  We ran into a ranger who told us a story about a grizzly mom and cub stopping all hikers along nearby Highline Trail the day before, just a day after we had hiked that very trail.  How lucky did we feel!  There was one small section on this seemingly, easy morning’s hike that I will never forget.  A portion of the well-worn trail turned into a short, but steep slope of loose scree and talus.  I happened to glance over my shoulder and realized that if I mis-stepped in any way, I would be over the edge of a cliff right behind me.   I’ll never forget this hike and how long I shook inside!!!



Drifitng  Dawn Storm

Darcie Peet

Oil, 10" x 10"

USD $1,500.00

Up at dawn to catch sunrise across Swiftcurrent Lake, we were actually lucky to have a night storm breaking above Mt. Wilbur creating pastel peach, and lavender cloud patterns as the storm started to drift away. A slight morning breeze helped the clouds break and rippled the shore waters as we browsed the pebbled edge of the lake.



Sun Sparkles and Aqua

Darcie Peet

Oil, 12" x 9"

USD $1,500.00

Our end-of-the-day hike on a hot, August day in Glacier took us past St. Mary’s Falls and Middle Falls (as the Rangers call it) on our way to Virginia Falls.  Occasionally we would walk off the main trail to watch the aqua waters of the creek as it cascaded in all sorts of shapes and sizes on its way down to the river and finally to St. Mary’s Lake.




Darcie Peet


Featured in Southwest Art, Art of the West and Western Art Collector magazines, AZ and CO landscape painter, Darcie Peet, is a Signature Member, Oil Painters of America and honorary Artist Member of Tucson’s historic Mountain Oyster Club. 
Painting and living an outdoor life since childhood…  hiking, cycling, skiing, kayaking and riding the back country of the Rockies, Alaska and Southwest are part of the exploration and discovery of “wild places”  Peet loves in seeking singular painting material. 
With a B.A. in Art and M.A. in Interior Design, Peet has taught art and pursued a multi-faceted career in graphic design, advertising, and commercial interior design. 
Major shows include: Settlers West-Great American West Show;  The Russell;   Cowgirl Up;  Salon International;  Trailside’s Masters in Miniature;  Oil Painters of America National Show;  and Arts for the Parks.  Numerous awards include the American Art Collector Award of Excellence-American Women Artists Natl Show; Oil Painters of America-Landscape Award;  Salon International-Western Genre Award;  1st Place, 2-Dimensional-Cowgirl Up Show.  Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters-Best of Show, Collector’s Choice and Artists’ Choice awards.  Peet’s work is commissioned; in private, museum and corporate collections including the Pearce Museum, Corsicana, TX, Vail Valley Medical Center, Steadman Clinic and Arrabelle Hotel, Vail, CO, and Mountain Oyster Club, Tucson, AZ. 
Peet is represented by galleries in Arizona, Colorado and Montana  



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