Online Art Gallery #139

Tanks. trees, elephants, chrystanthemums, yaks — our “06880” artists cover the world this week.

Remember: This is your feature. All readers are invited to contribute. Age, level of experience, subject matter — there are no restrictions.

All genres are encouraged. Watercolors, oils, charcoal, pen-and-ink, acrylics, lithographs, collages, macramé, jewelry, sculpture, decoupage and (yes) needlepoint — whatever you’ve got, email it to 06880blog@gmail.com. Share your work with the world!

“Garden of Hope/Slava Ukraini” — oil on canvas (Norm Siegel)

“Spaces.” Photographer Peter Barlow says of this Compo Beach image: “Instead of seeing a tree, try observing all the different shapes defined by the branches. Every shape is unique.”

Untitled (Kathleen Burke)

Photographer Celia Campbell-Mohn asks: “Pothole on Sherwood path, or art?”

“Jazzman” – Tom Doran

“Last Chrysanthemums” (Werner Liepolt)

“Burger with ‘The Works'” (Lawrence Weisman)

Untitled (Martin Ripchick)

“A Yakety Yak” Artist Steve Stein says: “They live at extreme high altitudes in Tibet, India and China. They come both as domesticated or wild hairy bovines that produce milk used to make cheese and butter. But they don’t yakety yak — they only grunt”

“The Queen Needs Her Rest” — taken in Tanzania. (Mike Hibbard)

2 responses to “Online Art Gallery #139

  1. I will show my 1st grade granddaughter the art on the animals – she is an full-hearted animal lover. Thank you.

  2. Apropos of your entry in longevity—in Japanese culture the chrysanthemum symbolizes longevity and rejuvenation. When I saw how the bottle holding one of my last surviving garden chrysanthemums captured the light I had to try to capture it in an oil painting.

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