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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.”
Invoking memories of Fall on the farm with Alan Maciag’s “Autumn’s Peak.”
The name of this artwork, “Beach,” says it all.
In “Beachcomber,” Gail Hayton captures a fall day on an empty beach — possibly the best kind of beach day.
Margaret White stretches into mixed media sculpture with “Carrying On,” a whimsical depiction of a girl and her … pigs.
How deep can you go? Rufus Snoddy’s “China Gold,” is an acrylic on canvas, 12 inches by 12 inches.
Breakfast is served in William White’s “Croissants.”
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.
Bright and captivating. Rufus Snoddy’s “Dragon Spit,” is acrylic on canvas, 12 inches by 12 inches.
“Dream Laughing” is an acrylic abstract painting by Marcia Hales, designed to appear a bit three-dimensional with bright “innards.”
Betty Bea Washburn captures the subtle colors of a Michigan dune during arguably the most dramatic season of the year.
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.”