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Alluring and almost magical is “#1864,” by William Sievert.
If peaceful and reflective is what you seek in a painting, look no further than “#1887” by William Sievert.
Have you ever imagined of walking through a quiet, blue forest? Now you can in William Sievert’s, “#1889.”
With a dreamlike imagination similar to William Sievert’s “#1887,” the artist adds a magical meadow in “#1890.”
An original acrylic masterpiece interwoven with color and detail is “A Well Placed Lie #2” by Marcia Hales.
Look, see, imagine with “About Face,” by Rufus Snoddy.
“Along The Fence” by Thomas LeGault is a riot of color and a deluge of beauty.
Drawing you in with intrigue is Rufus Snoddy’s “Amber Impression.”
Light and layers of fine detail define Gerald Moore’s “Amish Bales.”
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.”