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It is not easy to detail depth from such a small canvas, but Gail Hayton does so with “Afternoon at the Creek.”
From the State parklands of Leelanau County, Richard Forrest captures this historic site in “Back Yard.”
Anticipation stirs the emotions in “Before the Storm” by Jerry Gates, mixed media on canvas, 16 inches wide by 14 inches high, $400.
Plein air painting at it’s best is found in the warm hues and nostalgic feel of Connie Kuhnle’s, “Ben’s Farm in May.”
Thomas LeGault takes on winter in “Birch View,” a resplendent acrylic painting of a snowy stream.
Anni Crouter demonstrates her magnificent attention to detail with”Bird’s Eye View.”
William White invites us to a summer feast in “Bowl of Cherries.”
William White captures a summer day in this resplendent still life, done in oils.
The lovely Spoonbill is perched & ready for viewing in Anni Crouter’s, “Branching Out.”
Fresh fields call one in with Gerald Moore’s “Butterfly and Lace.”
Perhaps there is more similarity than difference in what lies between.
Springtime in all its glory shines in William White’s Crabapple Grove.