Online Art Gallery #157

As we enter the 4th year of our online art gallery, we set a record.

There are 16 pieces this week — the most ever.

They range from underwater, to the mountains of Nepal and a village in Cambodia.

Plus, of course, pieces depicting our home town.

Thanks to every artist who helped us set this new mark. The numbers are high; the quality, as high as ever.

Remember: 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! (PS: Please include the medium you’re working in — art lovers want to know.)

“Poulet de la Mer” — acrylic abstract (Patricia McMahon)

“In the Aquarium Gumbo Limbo” (Sandy Rothenberg)

Untitled (Luis Castro)

“Gray Horse” — acrylic (Laurie Sorensen)

“Fun Bunch, Ready for Lunch” — Easter Sunday 2023, Upper West Side (Elena Nasereddin)

“Sometimes It’s Just Too Much” (Lawrence Weisman)

Untitled — downtown Westport (Rowene Weems)

Untitled — Bilbao exhibit, Spain (John Richers)

“Cornet” — colored inks (Peter Barlow)

“Cambodian Fishing Village” (Mona Brown)

“Wired Aaaah!!!” — Kathmandu, Nepal (Mike Hibbard)

“They have their exits and entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts — William Shakespeare” (Amy Schneider)

“City” (Tom Doran)

“Love Love Me Do” — acrylic on canvas (Beatrice del Perugia)

“Improving on Reality” (Steve Stein)

“Trees in a Lake” (Ken Runkel)


3 responses to “Online Art Gallery #157

  1. Luisa Francoeur

    There are lots of nice pieces but Trees in a Lake really stands out.

  2. Patricia – Chicken of the Sea, Very Funny, LOL!
    love the color palette also 😉

  3. Suzanne Goldstein

    I look forward to seeing artwork and I recognize. Artist before I see name

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