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Light and layers of fine detail define Gerald Moore’s “Amish Bales.”
Plein air painting at it’s best is found in the warm hues and nostalgic feel of Connie Kuhnle’s, “Ben’s Farm in May.”
Jerry Gates embraces mixed media in “Big Sky Over Diving Land.” This work is 18 inches wide by 24 inches high and evokes the passion Gates has for landscapes and nature.
Spring is just peeking through & the afternoon light is dimming in Robert Scudder’s “Cheboygan Shed.”
There is a slight whimsy in this work that is off set by bold brush marks.
The striking sky in “Dawn,” by Mark Mehaffey will make a statement in your home or office with its detailed brushwork offering drama, texture, and an array of color.
You’ll want to wander and sniff and immerse yourself in these “Fields of Lavender” as painted by William White.
Soft light capturing the end of another great day on Foster’s Farm.
Each year we anxiously await the beautiful cherry blossom season. William White has captured it in, “Full Blossoms.”
Where some see the sad end of summer, Gail Hayton captures the beauty of a clear, early fall day in “Harvest End.”
Colors take on magical properties in Alan Maciag’s hands. Shadows create different shades and textures, yet the integrity of the landscape is always maintained.
Ready to be picked is Gerald Moore’s “Port Oneida Apple Tree.”