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Sunflower Queen by Margaret White is an oil-pastel textured painting, 21 inches wide by 25 inches high.
People who live near a Great Lake love to debate their favorite lake. When Betty Bea Washburn captures the shore of Lake Superior, it almost puts all debates to rest.
Solemn & introspective is Daniel Heron’s, “The Everlasting.”
“The Lower Escanaba” by Jerry Gates brings all the beauty of a northern Michigan evening into focus. It is an oil-pastel painting on paper.
Margaret White can’t resist whimsy, as shows in “The Nest,” an oil-pastel painting.
Don’t let the small size fool you. “Things Are Heating Up” offers a layering effect that will keep you wondering, “How does she do that?”
“Time Portal #1” by Jerry Gates, mixed media, 31 inches by 31 inches, framed, $2500.
Another look, another journey with “Time Portal VI” by Jerry Gates, 31.5 inches wide by 37.5 inches high, oil pastel, $2,700, framed.
Time for some hay on a bright sunny day in winter. Gail Hayton captures a peaceful scene in, “Togetherness.”
With bold colors and subtle techniques, Charles Murphy captures a scene in the woods and our imaginations.
Wanting to make a statement in your home or office? Look no further than Marcia K Hales’ “Unbound.”
This soft, reflective palette speaks for itself.