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Sometimes it feels random to classify Joe DeLuca’s original art as “abstract,” because it is easy to see so many things in it. This is “Stuart Suite #4,” the last of this 4 part series.
One of the few abstracted landscapes you’ll find in Daniel Heron’s collection, “Sub Rosa Farm” offers a glimpse of the artist’s imagination.
Earth tones in the warm light makes for a very special capture via plein air technique in “Summer Oak,” by Mark Mehaffey
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.
Depicting our beloved Michigan farmland in soft light & warm hues is Connie Kuhnle’s, “Taking The Back Road Home.”
Who can resist the Cherry Blossoms when in bloom?
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.