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Anni Crouter demonstrates her magnificent attention to detail with”Bird’s Eye View.”
Abstract in nature, and bold in color & texture, “Blooming” will become a focal point in your home or office.
Gail Hayton has a talent for capturing scenes that others drive past, as seen in “Boardman in the Rain.”
William White invites us to a summer feast in “Bowl of Cherries.”
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.
Known for his love of Michigan, travel & light, Robert Scudder captures it all in “Connected.”
Taking a turn towards the abstraction of detail, but beautifully layered is Antonio Macioce’s, “Contemporary Farmland.”
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.