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Alluring and almost magical is “#1864,” by William Sievert.
Awww. Alan Maciag found “A Bit of Scotland” in our own backyard.
Get a fish-eye view of the harbor in Alan Maciag’s “A Bit of Wind.”
An original acrylic masterpiece interwoven with color and detail is “A Well Placed Lie #2” by Marcia Hales.
“Above the Gush” by Jerry Gates, oil-pastel, 37.5 inches wide by 31.5 inches high, framed, $2,700.
Is there a better feeling than the one you get after a good day on the water? Alan Maciag captures that feeling in “After The Big Catch.”
We all know of nature’s fury, but the flip side shows bold in “After The Storm” by Alan Maciag.
Drawing you in with intrigue is Rufus Snoddy’s “Amber Impression.”
Light and layers of fine detail define Gerald Moore’s “Amish Bales.”
Rufus Snoddy examines form and character in “Animal Spirit.”
Margaret White’s “Art Collector” has a gold, hand-painted frame.
The peak of fall color can glorify your life all year long with “Autumn Color” by Alan Maciag.