Two striking photos, and a reproduction/adaptation of a famous work open this week’s online art gallery.
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Untitled (Andrew Colabella)
“GULLable” (Patricia McMahon)
“Pieter Claesz’s Dinner at the Katzes/” Artist Norm Siegel based this on “the famous Dutch 17th century still life food artist– updated with all the foods I loved that now give me heartburnand acid reflux.”
“A Little Snow” (Karen Weingarten)
Artist Lawrence Weisman calls this “Character of Westport,” then adds, “or one of them at least.”
Untitled (Mona Brown)
“The Tennis Players: Igor Stravinsky and His Taller Friend” — acrylics (Peter Barlow)
“Whelk” (Amy Schneider)
“A Very Little House on the Prairie” (Steve Stein)
Photographer Rindy Higgins describes this monotone: “I was impressed with the gray on gray on gray, illustrating that the Saugatuck River is the same as the Sound is the same as the sky: the oneness of all.”
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