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The bucolic feeling of winter on a farm leaves a big impression from such a small frame in Gail Hayton’s “Sleigh Ride at 4:00.”
Known for her plein air technique, Joan Gerigk sits above the farm and works her magic on canvas as the farmer gets to work in the fields.
Known for her love of nature and animals, Anni Crouter focuses on both with “Winter Bunny.”
Just finished whilst teaching one of his many fantastic acrylic courses at Twisted Fish, Charles Murphy depicts, “Snowfall at Dusk.”
Playful use of found object becomes the centerpiece for “Spigot Fish” by Michelle Tock York. Due to the delicate nature of this mixed media sculpture, purchase is required through the gallery directly.
This lovely Oil measures 14″ wide by 12″ high in gold trim, red wood frame.
Bright & full of texture is “Spring Field” by Ginnie Cappaert.
This large scale canvas is bursting with color in “Spring Morning,” by William Sievert.
“Spring Warm” by Margaret White evokes feelings of soft May evenings, youth and hope.
The magnificence of a bear is captured in “Standing Tall,” a Brazilian soapstone original sculpture by James Troutman.
Small, but large with imagination is Daniel Heron’s, “Star Gazers.”