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Alluring and almost magical is “#1864,” by William Sievert.
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.”
An original acrylic masterpiece interwoven with color and detail is “A Well Placed Lie #2” by Marcia Hales.
Look, see, imagine with “About Face,” by Rufus Snoddy.
Charlie Murphy moves into abstracts and acrylics in “Advance of Spring.”
“Along The Fence” by Thomas LeGault is a riot of color and a deluge of beauty.
Drawing you in with intrigue is Rufus Snoddy’s “Amber Impression.”
Light and layers of fine detail define Gerald Moore’s “Amish Bales.”
“August at the Dock” by Charlie Murphy captures the frenzy and beauty of boating season.
Geometry is art in “Balance/#264” by Ron Gianola, a clever use of shape and color.