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  • Rainy Day by Antonio Macioce


    Fresh and colorful with an air of mystery, Rainy Day captivates the senses. 48 x 24 inches acrylics on canvas.

  • Sailing Abstraction by Antonio Macioce


    Large, colorful and suggestive of a sail is Antonio Macioce’s “Sailing Abstraction.”

  • Seashore by Antonio Macioce


    Seashore engages with its spacious and airy feel, and leaves the viewer longing to join the sailor. 24 x 48 inches acrylics on canvas.

  • Soft Reflections by Thomas LeGault


    Soft Reflection by Thomas LeGault uses a minimum of colors to maximum effect.

  • Stand of Birches by Thomas LeGault


    Stand of Birches by Thomas LeGault is an original acrylic painting. It is 24 inches wide by 36 inches high.

  • Stormy Sea by Antonio Macioce


    Wind, waves… let’s go! Energy abounds in Antonio Macioce’s, “Stormy Sea.”

  • Summer Fields by Mark Mehaffey


    Dramatic, but endearing is Mark Mehaffey’s, “Summer Fields.”

  • Summer Fun by Thomas LeGault


    Summer Fun, indeed! Thomas LeGault captures the majesty — and fun — of a classic wooden boat.

  • Summer Oak by Mark Mehaffey


    Earth tones in the warm light makes for a very special capture via plein air technique in “Summer Oak,” by Mark Mehaffey

  • Summer Wheat #2 by Mark Mehaffey


    Equally as bright and inviting as it’s companion piece, “Summer Wheat,” is this serene homage to farmland in, “Summer Wheat #2.”

  • Summer Wheat by Mark Mehaffey


    Bright and asking to be run through is “Summer Wheat,” by Mark Mehaffey.

  • Things Are Heating Up by Marcia K Hales


    Don’t let the small size fool you. “Things Are Heating Up” offers a layering effect that will keep you wondering, “How does she do that?”

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