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An original acrylic masterpiece interwoven with color and detail is “A Well Placed Lie #2” by Marcia Hales.
Charlie Murphy moves into abstracts and acrylics in “Advance of Spring.”
Margaret White’s After The Rain defies categorization. Abstract? Floral? Animal? All of the above.
“Along The Fence” by Thomas LeGault is a riot of color and a deluge of beauty.
Rufus Snoddy examines form and character in “Animal Spirit.”
Margaret White’s “Art Collector” has a gold, hand-painted frame.
Betty Bea Washburn captures the beauty of autumn and all its colors in “Autumn Blend.”
“Autumn Hillside on the River’s Close” is an oil-pastel on paper.
Invoking memories of Fall on the farm with Alan Maciag’s “Autumn’s Peak.”
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.
Geometry is art in “Balance/#264” by Ron Gianola, a clever use of shape and color.
You can almost smell the blossoms and the earth in Thomas LeGault’s “Barns in Spring.”