A Cabin in the Woods
Fine Art by artist Linda Flicker - Description: She longed for a place to call her own, somewhere she could be herself. The ad read, `For Sale, Cabin in the Woods'. Could this really be where she belongs? It seems so remote, so by yourself. How perfect, she'll take it!
All You Need is Love
Fine Art by artist Susan Kuznitsky - Description: During the holiday season I decided I needed to paint something cheerful. As I was sitting in my home office on a cold grey day I glanced up to an upper shelf and there was my prized procession of my favorite band from the classic "Yellow Submarine" movie of the 60's. I set them up in my studio and created this piece. My colorful color therapy idea worked!
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Fine Art by artist Linda Flicker - Description: The vintner named this wine after his grandmother, Isabel. He once described it as the perfect pairing with a good book out on the porch. I'm sure she would agree.
Fine Art by artist Linda Jerome - Description: From a very old bush, the yellow blossoms are anticipated each spring. I wanted to capture the grace of the arrangement of petals in a few flowers in this oil painting.
Out in the Garage
Fine Art by artist Linda Flicker - Description: Night after night he came home from work, changed into his favorite coveralls and headed out to the garage. No one really knew what he did under the hood of that old hot rod. They just knew it made him happy, so no one bothered him till dinner time.
Fine Art by artist Linda Jerome - Description: This one rose was enough beauty to capture my attention. All of it seemed appealing; the leaves fanning out, the light shining through it's golden petals, it's bowed head, and the play of light through the vase and water. A must to capture in an oil painting.
Fine Art by artist Gayle Pedemonte - Description: This was painted partly from a still life set up, cut flowers and a an old white pitcher. Then I patched it together with the books on a table that were close by. The sun was hitting them. A little reality, a little imagination. But it felt right to me.