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  • 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.

  • Bartlett Pears by Margaret White

    $2,600.00

    Margaret White’s still lifes are legendary, from their detail to their color. “Bartlett Pears” is no exception.

  • Bouquet by Margaret White

    $1,700.00

    “Bouquet” by Margaret White is an oil-pastel painting with texture. This bouquet sunflowers are in a Tuscan pot and the whole painting is hugged by a hand-painted, vintage frame.

  • 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.

  • Cluster by Charles Murphy

    $600.00

    Charlie Murphy, so well-known for his watercolors and realistic nature scenes, takes a step to the world of abstract.

  • Contemplative by Margaret White

    $2,800.00

    “Contemplative” by Margaret White is an oil-pastel painting that shows White’s talent with frames as well.

  • Gold Curtain With Red Stripes by William White

    $1,700.00

    Imagine waking up every morning to this cozy, colorful kitchen and sitting down with a steaming cup of tea. You can!

  • Gypsy Moon by Margaret White

    $1,800.00

    Margaret White’s “Gypsy Moon” is an oil-pastel painting in a hand-painted vintage frame.

  • Kat and Mouse by Margaret White

    $1,700.00

    Margaret White pulls out the all the stops with elaborate detail in “Kat and Mouse.”

  • Lace Cap by Margaret White

    $1,200.00 $750.00

    Margaret White’s “Lace Cap” is an oil-pastel original painting in a vintage oval frame.

  • Open Slope by Charles Murphy

    $500.00

    Is the day starting or ending? Ready for one more run or retreating back to the woods? Charles Murphy asks the question in “Open Slope.”

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