Online Art Gallery #178

Abstract pieces highlight this week’s online art gallery.

We also welcome pottery, from an 11-year-old just back from summer camp.

As always, we welcome all kinds of submissions. Watercolors, oils, charcoal, pen-and-ink, acrylics, lithographs, collages, macramé, jewelry, sculpture, decoupage, 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.)

Age, level of experience, subject matter — there are no restrictions. Everyone is invited to contribute.

“Falling Leaves” — oil/impasto Pointillism creation (Dorothy Robertshaw)

“The Sleepy Sea Dragon” — acrylic resin painting (Patricia McMahon)

“Cells” (Amy Schneider)

“Imagined Seascape (After Feininger)” (Tom Doran)

Untitled (June Rose Whittaker)

“Horseshoe Bend” — Colorado River watercolor (John Danbury)

Untitled (Cohl Katz)

“Water Painting” (Rowene Weems)

“Day Sail Schooner Argia and Many Guests” (Peter Barlow)

“Aerin’s Summer Camp Pottery” — Stephen Stein’s 11-year-old grandchild’s creations.

“Nonchalance” (Lawrence Weisman)

“Moon Rise” (Karen Weingarten)

(Entrance is free to our online art gallery. But please consider a donation! Just click here — and thank you!)

6 responses to “Online Art Gallery #178

  1. I love the color variations in Aerin’s pottery. Well done!!

  2. The cool thing about art is that it invokes different interpretations in each one of us.
    I particularly liked Mr. Barlow’s
    “Overloaded Migrant Sailing Vessel Heeling to Starboard”
    and Ms. Weingarten’s
    “Instant of Detonation”
    Perhaps I’ve been consuming too much news & movies…

  3. This is a good group. I particularly like the first two by Dorothy Robertshaw and Patricia McMahon.

  4. Another note: I think participants in the gallery should be encouraged to mention the SIZE of their entries. Size is a factor in art works and should be known when seeing them reproduced.

  5. Patricia McMahon

    Greetings Peter💫
    That’s a good suggestion.
    My piece is a 24×36

  6. Kudos to Aerin for those wonderful pots…I see a growing artist with talent for form and color!