Online Art Gallery #155

Some artists and photographers submit works every week for our online gallery.

Some offer their talents only occasionally.

Ken Runkel is in the latter category. He leads off today’s exhibit with a stunning work.

Of course, regulars, semi-regulars and newcomers are all welcome. This is your feature. Everyone is 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 Share your work with the world!

“Chrome Ball in Glass” (Ken Runkel)

“Wild Whispers of Spring” (Dorothy Robertshaw)

“Lyons Plain Bridge” (Cheryl Mayer)

“Norwalk Factory Ruins” — oil on canvas (Peter Barlow)

“Happy Butcher” (Lawrence Weisman)

“They Banned This? Why? It’s Just a Few Curved Lines!” (Steve Stein)

Untitled (Tom Doran)

“Looflirpa Forest Porcupine Nest” — special for April 1 (Mike Hibbard)

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One response to “Online Art Gallery #155

  1. christine bisceglie

    Thank you beautiful artists for making the world brighter. My wish would be for every US artist who is economically burdened could receive a monthly stipend, to provide agency for their creative forces . The Covid has not been easy on them. The country of Ireland recently passed such a bill to support the artists. No grant applications necessary. Eleanor Roosevelt recognized the importance of providing a safety net for the Creatives.
    Can we do it again ?

    Thank you to the artist who dressed up the Grace Salmon Park. You will never know what it meant to me on Feb 15, to stumble upon your paintings. I wish I knew who you are. Westport needs you. America needs you. Thanks to Dan for understanding this with the 06880 platform.

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