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Gail Hayton has a talent for capturing scenes that others drive past, as seen in “Boardman in the Rain.”
Spring is just peeking through & the afternoon light is dimming in Robert Scudder’s “Cheboygan Shed.”
“Cherry Hat” by Margaret White is a whimsical oil-pastel painting, 19 inches wide by 21 inches high.
Taking a turn towards the abstraction of detail, but beautifully layered is Antonio Macioce’s, “Contemporary Farmland.”
If you are looking for a punch of color, look no further.
There is a slight whimsy in this work that is off set by bold brush marks.
Springtime in all its glory shines in William White’s Crabapple Grove.
Betty Bea Washburn captures the subtle colors of a Michigan dune during arguably the most dramatic season of the year.
As a companion to “Falling Sky,” Katarzyna completes her nature study with “Early Morning.”
With brush strokes that capture an afternoon wind, Mark Mehaffey celebrates the onset of Fall in this plein air painting.