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Joe DeLuca packs a lot of original art into a fairly small work. This is “Stuart Suite #3” and we love the imagination that went into it — and how it piques our imaginations as well.
Sometimes it feels random to classify Joe DeLuca’s original art as “abstract,” because it is easy to see so many things in it. This is “Stuart Suite #4,” the last of this 4 part series.
One of the few abstracted landscapes you’ll find in Daniel Heron’s collection, “Sub Rosa Farm” offers a glimpse of the artist’s imagination.
Soft, quiet & still is Katarzyna Korytowska’s, “Sun Set.”
Bright & cheerful is this “Sunny Day” by Mark Mehaffey.
Solemn & introspective is Daniel Heron’s, “The Everlasting.”
Despite it’s title, we find this large scale Mixed Media warm & inviting.
Bright, playful, and a bit surreal is William White’s “The Leaning Tree.”
“The Lower Escanaba” by Jerry Gates brings all the beauty of a northern Michigan evening into focus. It is an oil-pastel painting on paper.
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?”
Rufus Snoddy offers a quiet reflection in this small, but poignant Mixed Media piece.
“Time Portal #1” by Jerry Gates, mixed media, 31 inches by 31 inches, framed, $2500.