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  ORIGINALS

All noted Originals were destroyed in the catastrophic fire of Betsy’s studio. However, the images shown are indicative of her work. Please contact Betsy with any questions. She will be producing new works as soon as possible.

Current offerings (Framed)
All Originals are acrylic on panel
Please Contact the Artist for price, shipping & handling

Commissioned work can be considered. Contact artist for information.

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Winter Sunset
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Sunset over Naples Pier
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High Meadow in Switzerland
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Laundry day in the Swiss Alps
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Moonlight Night in the Alps
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Star Spangled Night
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Gstaad in Switzerland
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Holiday Market in Munich
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Let Me Love You
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Early Morning in the Swiss Alps
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Sail Away with Me
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Skiing in the Alps
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Sunset
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Sailing on Lake Geneva
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Love on the Hungarian Puszta
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Place Molard
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A Day in the Provence
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Winter Time in Switzerland
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Grasse en Provence
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Hay Day
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Flour de Geneve
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Beach Time
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Moonlight in Paris
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Morgan County Fair
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Classy Car Show
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Apple Picking Time
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Hurry and Help
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A day on Naples Beach
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Race Day
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The White Hart Inn - England
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Racing in the Alps
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Naples Sunset
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Winter Sleighride
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The Flower Market Kensington Church Street - London
 
Brasserie des Arts
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The Little Blue Citroen en Provence
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The Churchill Arms - London
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Grandmother's House
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Swiss Village Festival
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Cornfields in Winter
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Village in the Swiss Alps
 
Vegetable Shop in Geneva
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Moonlight Night in Switzerland
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Village Festival in the Swiss Alps

Winter in Central Park
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The House at the Top of the Hill
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Walking Home
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Sleigh Ride
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High in the Swiss Alps
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The Black Sheep
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Betsy Ross Country Inn
18 x 21
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Under the Old Oak Tree
16 x 20
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Sundown
16 x 20
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'Till the Cows come Home
18 x 24

Mona
20 x 24
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Lisa
20 x 24
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Skating in Central Park
8 x 24
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Cottage in the Woods
8 x 10
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Winter Sunset
16 x 20
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Dream Girl
8 x 10
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Little Girl with the Red Pail on Naples Beach
8 x 10
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A Day at the Beach
20 x 24

Alone
24 x 26

Never, Never Fruit Farm
20 x 24

On the Beach in Naples - Naples Beach
11 x 14

Rainy Day
8 x 10
 

Apple picking Time in the Alps
10 x 10

Little Girl on Naples Beach
11 x 14
 

Swimming on Naples Beach
11 x 14
 

Winter Afternoon in Central Park
18 x 24

Grandmother's Garden
8 x 10

Say it with Flowers
18" x 24"

Moonlight Night in Switzerland
10" x 10"

Spring Time on the Farm
24 x 30

Winter Holiday in the Alps
13 x 18

October Day
11 x 14

Mail Pouch Barn in Fall
24 x 26

The Road Home
11 x 13

The Mail Pouch Barn
16 x 20

Country Fair
24 x 30

On the Beach
24 x 29

Holiday in Naples
11 x 14

Skiing in Switzerland

Let me Love you

Swiss Village in Winter
19 x 24

The Pumpkin Patch
23 3/4" x 32"

Blue Moon
21 5/8" x 30"

Slippery Slope
23 3/4" x 32"

Partners
16" x 19 3/4"

Going to School
12" x 12"

Circus Parade
24" x 30"

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Betsy Ross Koller is a contemporary American artist.  She paints in the Naive , Primitive or Folk Art style, also known as 18th Century painting or emulating the 'Grandma Moses' style of painting.   Her paintings are mostly about American Midwestern rural as well as Swiss Alpine scenes that portray a whimsical and joyful outlook on life.  Nevertheless, she also paints contemporary Beach scenes from her present home in Naples Florida, where she also has her main studio.

She is well known in Switzerland for her Alpine scene paintings having lived there many years.  She has permanent displays with art galleries in Gstaad (ADLER) in Switzerland.

Betsy is also well known for her many UNICEF greeting cards over the past years and was the cover piece for UNICEF's 50th Anniversary catalog.    

She has also appeared on Nestle's Cailler chocolate Holiday wrappings.   

Other commercial companies that she has painted for include the Sauder Living Village Museum and the Longaberger company both located in Ohio, her home state.

She has generously donated her art in support of Scholarship programs at Culver Academy; the University of Virginia at Wise; and Ohio University for their Appalachia Scholarship program.  She continues to work with these institutions on their Fund raising endeavors.

She has also written and illustrated a trilogy of Children's Books featuring Dr. Ross and Betsy and the story of her blind horse 'Black Beauty'.

Her work is available for view on line at betsyrosskoller.com.  She has a wide offering of Limited Edition Lithos; Greeting cards, Books and Original Art.

She is a member of Colonial Dames, Daughter's of the American Revolution (DAR), and a Dame of The War of 1812. 

 Links to galleries and
 sites that represent
 Betsy's works:
 The Swiss group ADLER

 Boutique d'Artisant
 Suisse
(Geneva)

Types of Art:
Swiss Naive Art
Folk Art Painters
Folk Art Painters America
Folk Art Painters Switzerland
Primitive Art
Outlier Artist