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  • After the Big Catch by Alan Maciag


    Is there a better feeling than the one you get after a good day on the water? Alan Maciag captures that feeling in “After The Big Catch.”

  • Autumn’s Peak by Alan Maciag


    Invoking memories of Fall on the farm with Alan Maciag’s “Autumn’s Peak.”

  • Beach by Thomas LeGault


    The name of this artwork, “Beach,” says it all.

  • Beachcomber by Gail Hayton


    In “Beachcomber,” Gail Hayton captures a fall day on an empty beach — possibly the best kind of beach day.

  • Carrying On by Margaret White


    Margaret White stretches into mixed media sculpture with “Carrying On,” a whimsical depiction of a girl and her … pigs.


  • China Gold by Rufus Snoddy


    How deep can you go? Rufus Snoddy’s “China Gold,” is an acrylic on canvas, 12 inches by 12 inches.

  • Croissants by William White


    Breakfast is served in William White’s “Croissants.”

  • Dawn by Mark Mehaffey


    The striking sky in “Dawn,” by Mark Mehaffey will make a statement in your home or office with its detailed brushwork offering drama, texture, and an array of color.

  • Dragon Spit by Rufus Snoddy


    Bright and captivating. Rufus Snoddy’s “Dragon Spit,” is acrylic on canvas, 12 inches by 12 inches.

  • Dream Laughing by Marcia K Hales


    “Dream Laughing” is an acrylic abstract painting by Marcia Hales, designed to appear a bit three-dimensional with bright “innards.”

  • Dunes in Winter by Betty Bea Washburn


    Betty Bea Washburn captures the subtle colors of a Michigan dune during arguably the most dramatic season of the year.

  • Edge of Autumn by Betty Bea Washburn


    There’s that time in nature when it’s fall-but-winter-is-nigh and Betty Bea Washburn captures that flash in her watercolor painting, “Edge of Autumn.”

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