Celebrating 30 years of excellence!
Phyllis Waxlander Kapp founded Waxlander Gallery in December 1985 on her 55th birthday. The gallery started out as Phyllis’s one-room studio. Today it is a fifteen-room Canyon Road landmark.
Our beautiful bronze moose by Jim Budish welcomes you to the property where you see a garden filled with serene stone fountains made of New Mexico Travertine by Greg Robertson, and colorful flowering totems by Terrell Powell. Then cross the threshold and experience our extensive collection.
Our artists include the noted joyful landscape water colorist, Phyllis Kapp, oil landscapes from Marshall Noice, lively Southwestern scenes in acrylic by Andree Hudson, and luminous oils landscapes of Matthew Higginbotham and the carved Plexiglass works of Christopher Owen Nelson. Enjoy these and over 30 other creative and colorful artists.
We invite you to explore our website, where you can see inspired works from all of our artists.
Immortalizing Wildlife in Bronze The playful sculptures of Chris Deverill have graced our gallery for a good while now, and we simply love the life and energy he breathes into his subject matter. Chris is inspired and motivated to sculpt because of his love for nature, and more specifically, animals. He feels that all animals […] read more
Discovering Her Right Brain We are happy to introduce sculpted works in bronze from Shari Vines, one of our newest artists here at Waxlander Gallery. Shari is a self-taught sculptor, and her immersion into the creative world came after a 33-year stint in corporate high tech. When she retired, Shari was encouraged by a local […] read more