Timely world events and timeless nature share space in this week’s online art gallery.
As we do each week, we welcome all kinds of art. Watercolors, oils, charcoal, pen-and-ink, acrylics, lithographs, collages, macramé, jewelry, sculpture, decoupage, needlepoint — whatever you’ve got.
Email it to email@example.com. 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 (no, urged) to contribute.
“Under Attack” (Amy Schneider)
“Levon” — acrylic resin abstract wood canvas (Patricia McMahon)
“Fall is Here; The Sun is Brightly Shining” —
encaustic wax painting burnished with shellac (Dorothy Robertshaw)
“Signal Flags 01” — abstract art with a strong Mondrian influence (Ken Runkel)
“Evan Harding Park at Longshore” — watercolor (Jo Ann Davidson)
“Fishing Boat Nellie at Sunset” (Peter Barlow)
“Sidelined” (Lawrence Weisman)
“South Bank of the Arno River” (Kathleen Burke)
“New Bridge” (Karen Weingarten)
“Who You Calling a Frogmouth?” (Mike Hibbard)
“Fleeting Fall” (Jerry Kuyper)
Suzanne Casey says: “I came out of needlepoint retirement to make this stocking for my brother’s first grandchild. (My brother is Michael Wheatall, Staples High School Class of 1979.) I also made them for all of my children, nieces and nephews when they were born — but the last of those was 20 years ago.”
“A Golem of War, Now loose in Israel and Ukraine.” Artist Steve Stein explains: “A golem, according to Hebrew legend, is a mass of clay magically given life. It can be a force for good or more often a force of evil, war and mindless destruction.”
(Entrance is free to our online art gallery. But please consider a donation! Just click here — and thank you!)