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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.”
That soft afternoon sun on our beloved Michigan coastline is captured beautifully in Richard Forrest’s, “A Passing Moment.”
Charles Murphy packs action, color and talent into this watercolor painting.
Colorful & dramatic are packed into a 24″ by 24″ canvas in “Abstraction” by Antonio Macioce.
It is not easy to detail depth from such a small canvas, but Gail Hayton does so with “Afternoon at the Creek.”
Ode to a queen. This Acrylic canvas glows from within, as did the Queen of Soul.
Margaret White paints still lifes as cleverly as she does figures.
“Atop the Stone Arch” is vintage Charlie Murphy, showing playfulness, nature and true talent.
Sometimes a soft palette on a small canvas makes a big statement.
Geometry is art in “Balance/#264” by Ron Gianola, a clever use of shape and color.