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Is it possible to be entangled, but have a way out?
Clouds are rolling in and it’s time to get inside in Charles Murphy’s, “October Storm.”
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.”
An illuminated full moon landscape that captivates and engages the viewer.
Setting a darker tone with this abstract landscape, Charles Murphy contemplates the “Passage.”
Anni Crouter is known for her large scale polar bear portraits. She’s offers a medium sized beauty with “Passing Through.”
Winter looks glorious when Thomas LeGault captures its subtle, yet colorful, temperament.
Small, but engaging with thick brush strokes from a colorful palette, Mark Mehaffey brings, “Peaceful Afternoon.”
Ready to be picked is Gerald Moore’s “Port Oneida Apple Tree.”
Are we wrapping up tightly or about to spin loose? You decide with “Pulling White” by Marcia K Hales.
Fresh and colorful with an air of mystery, Rainy Day captivates the senses. 48 x 24 inches acrylics on canvas.
Large, colorful and suggestive of a sail is Antonio Macioce’s “Sailing Abstraction.”