Tarryl Gabel, an award-winning Hudson Valley Artist, was born and raised on a cattle ranch on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, ND. She was inspired and encouraged by her grandfather, a self-taught western artist.
Living in the Hudson Valley now for 26 years, her work is more focused on the landmarks and beautiful landscapes of this region and throughout New England. Tarryl prefers to work plein air, (on location in the “open air”) when possible. She also paints wildlife and western paintings, as well as still life paintings, when she cannot be outdoors.
Tarryl had the honor to be chosen to paint an ornament for the White House Christmas Tree. At that time, “Our Country’s National Parks” was the theme. She was invited to and attended a special reception at the White House. The ornament will remain a part of their permanent collection.
She was also a past winner in the prestigious “Paint the Parks Top 100” and “Paint America Top 100” National Competitions. Her work is displayed in many private and corporate collections around the country and abroad.
Above: “Gapstow Bridge-Central Park” 12 x 16 oil on canvas panel