Marcia Geiger

People seek out the desert for many reasons, and it never fails to make a change in them. The same could be said for those who come out to live in this welcoming yet unforgiving climate. They are at once free to break from the rules of conformity from which they have escaped, even as they are absorbed into the very soul of the desert. I moved to the Joshua Tree area in 1989, and have been painting, exploring, and discovering it’s secrets ever since. As an artist, I see paintable moments around every corner.


Airmail (2019)
Oil on Canvas
16″ x 20″

Jack Rabbbitude (2019)
Oil on Panel
16″ x 20″

Mornin’ Y’All! (2019)
Oil on Panel
8″ x 16″

Steeeee—-retch! (2019)
Oil on Panel
16″ x 20″

The Skeptic (2019)
Oil on Panel
18″ x 18″

Who’s There? (2019)
Oil on Panel
18″ x 24″

Zipper (2019)
Oil on Panel
9″ x 12″

Santuario de Guadalupe
Oil and Leaf on canvas
24 x 30

Iron Mountains (2019)
Oil on Canvas
24″ x 48″

Next Services – 100 Miles (2019)
Oil on Canvas
30″ x 48″

Old Hwy 10, Desert Center, CA (2019)
Oil on Canvas
24″ x 48″

 

Ohlson Ruins (2019)
Joshua Tree National Park
Oil on Canvas
30 x 48