We’re passionate about Art, Framing, & Design here at Esprit Decor. It’s evident in everything we do, from framing design to art shows. We live and breathe the arts, we surround ourselves with beauty and creativity, and we take true pleasure in sharing that joy with you. Below you’ll find our thoughts on all manners of design, news of gallery events, local art happenings, and more.

  1. Monument Valley from Hunts Mesa

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    Monument Valley from Hunts Mesa by Pat Kofahl on 500px Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park almost single handedly defined the American Western Movie. It is perhaps most famous for its use in many John Ford films, including Stagecoach (1939) and The Searchers (1956). It has also been featured in the...
  2. San Francisco Peaks From Watson Lake

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    San Francisco Peaks From Watson Lake by Pat Kofahl on 500px Misconceptions about Arizona abound. Many people think of it as a flat, dry desert, with a big hole in the middle, called the Grand Canyon. The canyon, of course is real, but Arizona actually enjoys an extremely varied climate,...
  3. Morning Mist – Owl Creek Pass by Pat Kofahl

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    Morning Mist – Owl Creek Pass by Pat Kofahl on 500px The Western slope of Colorado is truly magical in the fall. Nights turn chill, the aspens put on their annual parade of magical fall colors, and impending winter whispers in the wind. For landscape photographers, the scenery is almost...
  4. Tsunami! New Photography by Pat Kofahl

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    Tsunami! by Pat Kofahl on 500px This view of Upper Antelope Canyon dramatically illustrates the poiwer of water action upon the Navajo sandstone over millenia.This fine art image by Pat Kofahl is available in multiple sizes on paper, canvas, metal and plexiglass. Prices start at $49.00!
  5. Great Sports Memorabilia Framing at Esprit Decor Gallery

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    Recently, a new client brought this autographed locker name panel for Arizona Diamondback first baseman Paul Goldschmidt in to be framed. The look was to be classy and just a little bit formal to go in the den. Using all archival components, we chose three museum boards to accentuate the colors...