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It is not easy to detail depth from such a small canvas, but Gail Hayton does so with “Afternoon at the Creek.”
“Fishtown” is a miniature oil painting by Gail Hayton, depicting the beloved Leland, Michigan, landmark.
Capturing one of the last days on the river before heading south is Gail Hayton’s “Last Flyover.”
Just “Over the River” to home is Gail Hayton at her best.
Gail Hayton captures the reward for a bracing hike in the woods with the tranquil scene “Reflections in the Pond.”
Serene & still. Gail Hayton captures the calming sense of a day’s end with, “Silent Sunset.”
The bucolic feeling of winter on a farm leaves a big impression from such a small frame in Gail Hayton’s “Sleigh Ride at 4:00.”
Margaret White can’t resist whimsy, as shows in “The Nest,” an oil-pastel painting.
Time for some hay on a bright sunny day in winter. Gail Hayton captures a peaceful scene in, “Togetherness.”
Gail Hayton takes her inspiration from nature, and no doubt this is one of her favorite spots.
Companion to “Origin,” Rufus Snoddy suggests a glimpse into his soul with “Where I’m From.”