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  • Abstraction by Antonio Macioce

    $985.00

    Colorful & dramatic are packed into a 24″ by 24″ canvas in “Abstraction” by Antonio Macioce.

  • Atop the Stone Arch by Charles Murphy

    $495.00

    “Atop the Stone Arch” is vintage Charlie Murphy, showing playfulness, nature and true talent.

  • Autumn Blend by Betty Bea Washburn

    $950.00

    Betty Bea Washburn captures the beauty of autumn and all its colors in “Autumn Blend.”

  • Autumn Color by Alan Maciag

    $2,450.00

    The peak of fall color can glorify your life all year long with “Autumn Color” by Alan Maciag.

  • Autumn Gold by Alan Maciag

    $2,450.00

    Fall’s hues take center stage in Alan Maciag’s “Autumn Gold.” As a plein air painter, Alan is known to get outdoors and paint up to 2 times per day… and we are thankful for it!

  • Backlit by William White

    $1,900.00

    William White’s “Backlit” takes color to a new extreme. His use of shades of black emphasizes, brightens and emboldens the reds, purples and greens.

  • Balance/#264 by Ron Gianola

    $1,500.00

    Geometry is art in “Balance/#264” by Ron Gianola, a clever use of shape and color.

  • Bonfires by William White

    $1,200.00

    This oil painting by William White captures the fire of red poppies, contrasted beautifully with greenery. It is a great size for that tricky spot in your home or office.

  • Bowl of Fruit by William White

    $1,600.00

    William White captures a summer day in this resplendent still life, done in oils.

  • Bright Vista by Charles Murphy

    $3,750.00

    Charles Murphy, long beloved for his clever watercolors, now conquers the abstract landscape world with his bold “Bright Vista.”

  • Caged by Marcia K Hales

    $3,200.00

    “Caged” makes a statement with color, texture, grit & depth. As always, Marcia K Hales reminds us that light or energy exists beneath the layers.

  • Centerpiece by William White

    $900.00

    Looking for a floral statement piece for the dining room or library? Look no further than William White’s “Centerpiece.”

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