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James Troutman artistically captures the action of a bear in the wild with “On The Rocks,” an original soapstone sculpture.
Is the day starting or ending? Ready for one more run or retreating back to the woods? Charles Murphy asks the question in “Open Slope.”
“Organic Earth Fall” by Jerry Gates, mixed media, 16 inches by 14 inches, $300.
Ron Gianola uses geometry to his advantage in the original oil, abstract painting, “Passage #55 #423.”
Ron Gianola uses bold colors and bold moves in Passage #76 #463.
You’ll never think of primary colors the same way after seeing Ron Gianola’s original oil painting, “Passage #9 #285.”
Ron Gianola’s bold use of color is evident in Passage #92 #482, an original oil painting that measures 16 inches by 16 inches.
Setting a darker tone with this abstract landscape, Charles Murphy contemplates the “Passage.”
Anni Crouter is known for her large scale polar bear portraits. She’s offers a medium sized beauty with “Passing Through.”
Who doesn’t love a little conversing with our lovable bovines? These two have something to say in “Paying Attention,” by Alan Maciag.
Are we wrapping up tightly or about to spin loose? You decide with “Pulling White” by Marcia K Hales.
Easing into evening with “Putting the River to Bed” by Jerry Gates, oil-pastel, 37.5 inches wide by 31.5 inches high, $2,800, framed.