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Sunflower Queen by Margaret White is an oil-pastel textured painting, 21 inches wide by 25 inches high.
We love exploring the farmland here in Michigan and take great delight when coming upon a sunflower field.
Bright & cheerful is this “Sunny Day” by Mark Mehaffey.
People who live near a Great Lake love to debate their favorite lake. When Betty Bea Washburn captures the shore of Lake Superior, it almost puts all debates to rest.
Taken aboard her own boat (with lifeline in view), Lindy Bishop captures the thrill of the race in “Taking Lead.”
Depicting our beloved Michigan farmland in soft light & warm hues is Connie Kuhnle’s, “Taking The Back Road Home.”
Who can resist the Cherry Blossoms when in bloom?
“The Arborist,” by Margaret White, is a study in beauty both in nature and in humans.
Margaret White’s whimsy, creativity and attention to detail come through in three dimensions with this clever sculpture, “The Chicken-Walker’s Daughter.”
Solemn & introspective is Daniel Heron’s, “The Everlasting.”
Splitting her time between Michigan & Florida, Artist Joan Gerigk captures what she loves on canvas with the ease of her plein air mastery.
Despite it’s title, we find this large scale Mixed Media warm & inviting.