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A lovely study of our beautiful Michigan Birch trees, as only Alan Maciag can capture.
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.
Depicting our beloved Michigan farmland in soft light & warm hues is Connie Kuhnle’s, “Taking The Back Road Home.”
Bright, playful, and a bit surreal is William White’s “The Leaning Tree.”
As a prolific plein air painter, we know that Alan Maciag waited for the precise moment to catch this lovely, soft sun.
Time for some hay on a bright sunny day in winter. Gail Hayton captures a peaceful scene in, “Togetherness.”
Known for his abstract or more surreal works, William Sievert presents “Two Birch” from a representational perspective, but makes it uniquely his own.
Wanting to make a statement in your home or office? Look no further than Marcia K Hales’ “Unbound.”
Time for a hike in “Vasa Trail Fall” by Jerry Gates, oil-pastel, 37.5 inches wide by 31.5 inches high, $2,700.
Gail Hayton takes her inspiration from nature, and no doubt this is one of her favorite spots.
An enchanting walk through the reeds to the expanse of the horizon is captured in Katarzyna Korytowska’s “Wetlands.”