Our Current Exhibition:

RED RULES!

The POWER OF COLOR

September 19, - OCTOBER 18, 2020

Winter Fox

Winter Fox

Winter Fox I love to watch animals. And as animals do, where there is snow, the fox love to romp and play in it. Acrylic mixed media 16 x 20 $600 Leslie Patterson

Early Morning Hunt

Early Morning Hunt

Early Morning Hunt The result of observation and inspiration drawn from the excitement, the focus and the heart of this Brittany. It is a snowy early morning and the scent is in the wind; she is smelling to find the scent and shaking in anticipation, her instinct telling her that she will soon feel the thrill of running to retrieve. Her movements are swift her posture majestic and the red shine of her hair a beautiful sight in the sun. Acrylic on Canvas 34x36 $2,900 Maria Barrio Gibson

Busy Morning

Busy Morning

Busy Morning Oil 14 x 11 $300 *Painted from photo courtesy of Dorothy Kray Margaret Carroll

Pear Shaped Gourd

Pear Shaped Gourd

Pear Shaped Gourd oil on canvas 28 x 22 $590 Steve Myles

Red Barn in Winter

Red Barn in Winter

Red Barn in Winter oil on canvas 20 x 24 $490 Steve Myles

Red Fox

Red Fox

Red Fox We are remarkably blessed to be able to have the beautiful fox in our area to see on a daily basis and capture them in photo, or another medium. Pastel 14 x 17 $300 Leslie Patterson

Old Covered Bridge

Old Covered Bridge

Old Covered Bridge There are not many of these old covered bridges left in the country. This one reminds me of one I used to cross on a daily basis where I once lived in the Adirondack Mts. Acrylic /mixed media 12 x 16 (oval) $400 Leslie Patterson

Electric Lips

Electric Lips

Electric Lips From Glen Echo Park’s brilliant neon display comes this electric kiss from bright red lips. photography 24 x 36 $750 Larr Kelly

Ferris Wheel I

Ferris Wheel I

Ferris Wheel I A Carnival comes to town and the bright lights attract people like a flame attracts moths. The Ferris Wheel’s light show display pulses with energy which is captured in this image. photography 24 x 36 $750 Larr Kelly

Red Canoe

Red Canoe

Red Canoe oil 20 x 16 $295 Deborah Schneider

Ferris Wheel III

Ferris Wheel III

Ferris Wheel III A Carnival comes to town and the bright lights attract people like a flame attracts moths. The Ferris Wheel’s light show display pulses with energy which is captured in this image photography 36 x 24 $750 Larr Kelly

Come a Little Closer

Come a Little Closer

Come a Little Closer digital photography 16 x 20 $165 Paul Schneider

Tribute to Ayrton

Tribute to Ayrton

Tribute to Ayrton Ayrton in Hungry. The 1991 season was filled with drama as Ayrton Senna's chief rival and teammate Alain Prost at McLaren/Honda left and joined Ferrari. The championship came down to the last race of the season in Japan. I wanted to illustrate the light atmosphere and energy that surrounds these cars in a way that holds the viewer that extra few moments. acrylic on prepared board 48 × 96 $9,800 Stuart Thompson

Red Flag

Red Flag

Red Flag Belongs to Pavone’ s ongoing study of identity and community through his Flag Series. The foundation of this study, like his other work is linked to his connection with prevalent subject matter from his childhood. Pavone tends to focus on certain images and forms. In the case of flags as subject matter, the association is based on one of his earliest memories - the flying American Flag. acrylic on canvas 26 x 48 $3,000 Matt Pavone

Sailor’s Delight

Sailor’s Delight

Sailor's Delight Shannon’s appreciation of sunsets is a result of sailing the waters of Cape Cod. This photo was taken this past May on a trip to the Outer Banks in North Carolina. It brings to mind the old adage Red Sky at Night Sailor’s Delight Red Sky at Morning Sailors Take Warning. Digital Photography 14.25 x 19.25 $175 Shannon Gilmore

Red Boat

Red Boat

Red Boat A fisherman’s red sailboat advertised this popular beachside tavern where my family and I dined. Oil on linen 16 x 20 $466 Anne Marshall Block

Red Door

Red Door

Red Door As I walked down my street on a sunny fall afternoon, purple shadows cast across this red front door. Oil on linen 16 x 20 $466 Anne Marshall Block

Ultimate Enlightenment

Ultimate Enlightenment

Ultimate Enlightenment The medium is hand-ground Sumi Ink, brushed on either mixed media paper, or hand-made Japanese Nishinouchi Seiki B Nakaban Kozo Fiber Paper. Each unique piece is the result of an extended contemplation and meditation practice by the artist on the meaning and esoteric teaching of each Kanji character or phrase, and applying swift strokes on the paper, the artist completes both the artwork and the meditation session. Sumi ink on paper 26 x 20 $250 Don Woodward

Red Sunset

Red Sunset

Red Sunset Drive across our sunset, and your eyes will often find a bright, Red sunset like this one I saw. Oil on linen 11 x 14 $266 Anne Marshall Block

Consciousness from The Heart Sutra,

Consciousness from The Heart Sutra,

Consciousness from The Heart Sutra, Hand-ground Sumi Ink, brushed on either mixed media paper, or hand-made Japanese Nishinouchi Seiki B Nakaban Kozo Fiber Paper. Each piece is the result of an extended contemplation and meditation by the artist on the meaning and esoteric teaching of each Kanji character or phrase, and then by applying swift strokes on the paper, the artist completes both the artwork and the meditation session. Sumi ink on Nishinouchi paper 26 x 20 $250 Don Woodward

The assurance of daisies

The assurance of daisies

The assurance of daisies oil 13 x 11 $500 Ann Ford

Seated Figure, Redhead

Seated Figure, Redhead

Seated Figure, Redhead Acrylic on gallery-wrapped canvas-painted edges 40 x 30 $650 Ramona Weaver

Corvette Reflections

Corvette Reflections

Corvette Reflections This beautiful red Corvette was in front of us at a gas station near Chestertown, MD. I asked the owner if I could photograph his car, and I painted it from that photo in my studio. I love the reflections of the surrounding environment on the car’s surface. Oil 18 x 24 $1,500 Karen Merkin

Big Red 2

Big Red 2

Big Red 2 There are so many shades of red in this tomato that it was a fun project to work on. Oil 30 x 30 $1,800 Karen Merkin

Red and the Auto-Harp Pla

Red and the Auto-Harp Pla

Red and the Auto-Harp Player I was attracted to the extreme colors and contrasts; her dark hair, fair skin and white of her shirt. I later added the red wine just to play on the red background and flower in her hair. The colors and dress reflect her heritage which is suggestive of the music she’s playing on the autoharp. Oil 28 x 24 $700 Marcia Klioze

Gala 2

Gala 2

Gala 2 This painting is all about the apple, with lots of water droplets on its surface. I set up this still life in my studio, and painted it there. Oil 10.25 x 10.25 $400 Merkin, Karen

Street Tango

Street Tango

Street Tango Oil on canvas 36 x 32 $2,000 Alan Rubin

Red Sky at Night

Red Sky at Night

Red Sky at Night Oil 36 x 22 $1,900 Alan Rubin

School Daze

School Daze

School Daze Oil on canvas 12 x 40 $1,500 Alan Rubin

The Sheep Barn

The Sheep Barn

The Sheep Barn The sheep were taking an early morning lie down in the late summer sun. Oil 10 x 20 $585 Peggy Weed

Ravenna Cardinal

Ravenna Cardinal

Ravenna Cardinal Charlene Sloan is a mosaic artist specializing in stone, smalti, and stained-glass mosaics. She was first introduced to the art form during a visit to a Smithsonian exhibition on Byzantine mosaics. The complexity and enduring beauty of ancient mosaics captured her imagination and the tactile feel of creating a mosaic has intrigued her ever since. She seeks to make beautiful mosaics and never stop learning. Smalti and wood in tinted thinset 6 x 5 $100 Charlene Sloan

Relationships

Relationships

Relationships Color on color, shape on shape, person on person, thought and counter thought. The color of passion, fire, violence, love, blood, the color that erupts with tension next to green. This painting includes two reds, a mild thing called “Venetian Red” and the bold cadmium red. Venetian red lies quietly next to green; it lets the cad red announce itself and define the shape of things, even in a mess of complications. Oil 10 x 13 $250 Susan Sharpe

Changing Boxes

Changing Boxes

Changing Boxes Oil 24 x 29 $450 Margaret Carroll

Red Rover Come Over

Red Rover Come Over

Red Rover Come Over This was accidental, but happy accident can make abstract painting exciting. You have to keep your eyes open. And the fact that it’s not much of a representation of a road brings me back to the flatness of the canvas, to the colors laid here and there, the colors that themselves advance and recede. The patches of red seem to call to each other across the distance, like the old children’s game. Red Rover Come Over Oil 10 x 13 $250 Susan Sharpe

Back Porch

Back Porch

Back Porch Oil 20.5 x 15.5 $375 Margaret Carroll

Mosaico Cardinale

Mosaico Cardinale

Mosaico Cardinale Charlene Sloan is a mosaic artist specializing in stone, smalti, and stained-glass mosaics. The complexity and enduring beauty of ancient mosaics captured her imagination and the tactile feel of creating a mosaic has intrigued her ever since. She seeks to make beautiful mosaics and never stop learning. Mosaico Cardinale Stained glass in tinted thinset 9 x 7.5 $170 Charlene Sloan

Three Slips

Three Slips

Three Slips Photography 30 x 40 $250 Sarah Huntington

Apples

Apples

Apples Oil 10 x 13 $500 Dana Lee Thompson

Barnyard Brahma

Barnyard Brahma

Barnyard Brahma Oil 16 x 15 $750 Dana Lee Thompson

The Red Cloth

The Red Cloth

The Red Cloth Oil 12 x 12 $650 Dana Lee Thompson

Red Power

Red Power

Red Power International Harvester/McCormick Farmall Model Super C Tractor Clarke County, Virginia. Nothing shouts red louder than a beautifully restored Farmall Tractor. I stated to collect images of the Farmall models after seeing a tractor parade at the Clarke County Fair in Berryville, Virginia. The Super C model, “Red Power”, is one of six fully restored Farmall tractors restored at the Heath Farm in Clarke County, Virginia. Photography 12.5 x 15 $185 Ron Salmon

Snow Fox

Snow Fox

Snow Fox Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) Flathead National Forest, Montana “Snow Fox” is an image that represents a fleeting moment of time. Nature photography often provides the unexpected. While silently and patiently waiting, at a discovered fox den, the fox appeared out of the forest. The image captures the animal’s quick recognition of an intrusion into its habitat. Photography 19 x 25 $300 Ron Salmon

Big Chincoteague Sun

Big Chincoteague Sun

Big Chincoteague Sun Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge Assateague Island, Virginia. Sunrise through low layered stratus clouds. Snow Goose Pool; Assateague Island, Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia. The morning that this image was taken the temperature was just above freezing. The big sun makes you feel that the day will be much warmer. Photography 12.5 x 15 $185 Ron Salmon

Life

Life

Life During a chilly early winter afternoon walk through Whitney State Forest, my wife came across this partially decomposed oak leaf. One of many millions on the ground that afternoon, there was something so striking about seeing the process of life happening right before my eyes. As I held the leaf up, the sun illuminated the microscopic patterns unique to this leaf’s life journey. Macro photography 15 x 21 $100 Mike Chirieleison

Left at the Station

Left at the Station

Left at the St This wooden luggage hand cart has been at the train station in Staunton for as long as I can remember. It reminded me of all the history that this tiny little train station has seen, from Union soldiers being ferried into town to Presidential visits. A true gem of the Shenandoah Valley, Staunton even served as the capital of Virginia for a period in 1781, sheltering legislators during Benedict Arnold’s traitorous destruction of Richmond. Photography 12 x 12 $75 Mike Chirieleison

Red Coasts are Coming #1

Red Coasts are Coming #1

Red Coasts are Coming #1 Acrylic on wood 18 x 25 $275 *photo courtesy of Focal Point Creative Debbie Cadenas

Hound Master

Hound Master

Hound Master Acrylic on canvas 27 x 23 $275 Debbie Cadenas

Red Coats are Coming #2.

Red Coats are Coming #2.

Red Coats are Coming #2. Acrylic on wood 18 x 25 $275 Debbie Cadenas

Three Pears

Three Pears

Three Pears Almost everyone likes pears and they are one of the greatest shapes God ever created - they taste pretty good too – Oil 11 x14 $525 Peggy Weed

Red Pepper

Red Pepper

Red Pepper Red peppers are such a beautiful color. Oil 11 x14 $285 Peggy Weed

Red Fort

Red Fort

Red Fort I took inspiration from the Alcazar of Segovia Viewing it at night when lit by colored lights, the walls acquire a tint of coral pink. I fortified the image by painting it in richer and deeper shades thus giving it the illusion of solid strength. The “cut-outs” are arrow slits set inside walls through which an archer can launch arrows. The viewer is at once reminded of a formidable fortress and the richness of the Spanish land. Acrylic 27 x x 21 $395 Chito Padilla

Mirage 1

Mirage 1

Mirage 1 Mirage I and Mirage II are both colorful fantasies a bright and warm day in late summer. The bright red orange represents the ripening of the last peaches of the season and the anticipation of crisp apples to be picked. The bright green suggests the corn harvest, hay to be baled, or the last cutting of grass before the cold sets in. The two paintings can be admired as a diptych. Cold wax and oil 9 x 9 $95 Chito Padilla

Mirage 2

Mirage 2

Mirage 2 Mirage I and Mirage II are both colorful fantasies a bright and warm day in late summer. The bright red orange represents the ripening of the last peaches of the season and the anticipation of crisp apples to be picked. The bright green suggests the corn harvest, hay to be baled, or the last cutting of grass before the cold sets in. The two paintings can be admired as a diptych. Cold wax and oil 9 x 9 $95 Chito Padilla

Mushroom Fantasy 2

Mushroom Fantasy 2

Mushroom Fantasy 2 Watercolor 8.5 x 6.5 $60 Roberta Sullivan

Last Stagecoach to Medora

Last Stagecoach to Medora

Last Stagecoach to Medora ND, photography 12 x16 $125 Pamela Miller

From the Vine to the Cas

From the Vine to the Cas

From the Vine to the Cask Photography 12 x 9 $100 Pamela Miller

Fox in the Snow

Fox in the Snow

Fox in the Snow Photography 13.5 x 17 $125 Pamela Miller

Mushroom Fantasy 1

Mushroom Fantasy 1

Mushroom Fantasy 1 Watercolor 8.5 x 6.5 $60 Roberta Sullivan

Red Water

Red Water

Red Water acrylic on canvas 16 x 12 $100 Ligia Inra

Exquisite LabyrinthThe Heart of Antelope Canyon

Exquisite LabyrinthThe Heart of Antelope Canyon

Exquisite Labyrinth The Heart of Antelope Canyon This particular part of the canyon formed a perfect heart overhead, where the sunlight streamed through and created a glowing, atmospheric effect. The experience of this sacred place is something I want to share with others, and the fluid and translucent qualities unique to watercolor are ideally suited to this kind of flowing, luminous, canyon-scape. Watercolor on paper 38 x 30 $2,100 Alex Carr

Airborne

Airborne

Airborne This is an imagined scene inspired by my own need for something visual to help me focus when I try to meditate. I visualize the (inevitable) intruding thoughts as hot air balloons. I see them and then I let them go... let them float away. Watercolor on paper 23 x 23 $650 Alex Carr

Mesmerized (goldfish bowl)

Mesmerized (goldfish bowl)

Mesmerized (goldfish bowl) I imagined this fun scenario so I could experiment with the challenge of seeing form through water, differentiating within the water from behind the water. The playful subject encouraged me to be less literal. The subject of water itself as part of the painting allowed me to take full advantage of watercolor's uniquely fluid properties and the whimsical qualities that I find so magical. Watercolor on paper (varnished), mounted on wood panel 14 x 14 $475 Alex Carr

Vulnerable

Vulnerable

Vulnerable The homeless in migrant camps are always on my mind. Two women, unaware of the sickness surrounding them, doing laundry. Acrylic 9 x 12 $100 Linda Wine

The Emerald CIty

The Emerald CIty

The Emerald CIty If you’re searching for the Emerald City, know you have always had the brains, the heart, and the courage inside you to get there-no matter what stands in your way. Photography 12 x 12 $175 Dorothy Kray

Resting In The Orchard

Resting In The Orchard

Resting In The Orchard A couple of years ago, my sister and I went out to Hollins Orchard in Delaplane, VA to pick peaches. As we gathered the peaches, we suddenly noticed a little lady just slowly walking down the hill from us. She sat down with her bag of peaches. She looked so peaceful just quietly sitting there. Oil on canvas 7 x 9 $150 Doris Jenkins

Vintage Wine (tomato)

Vintage Wine (tomato)

Vintage Wine (tomato) There are so many reds! Vintage Wine, I thought would be a deep dark red variety. Perhaps this was the wrong label!? Acrylic 8 x 10 $150 Linda Wine

Autumn Light

Autumn Light

Autumn Light This painting from my imagination portrays the warm light of a late autumn afternoon. As a painter of Tonalist landscapes, I have a special affinity for the seasons of autumn and winter, and focus my work on portraying mood and emotion in scenes of dawn, twilight, and evening. Oil on canvas 16 x 20 $750 Laura Hopkins

Red Hot!

Red Hot!

Red Hot! Kiln-formed fused glass 8 x 10.5 $95 w/acrylic stand Maureen Storey

On The Way To Jasper

On The Way To Jasper

On The Way To Jasper Along the way, I started to notice the beautiful pinks and reds of what I learned were Fireweed. The lovely flowers were in full bloom and along the sides of the road and in different areas of the terrain. The bright red Fireweed against the many greens and brush was so striking. I decided it was a perfect picture to paint for this show. Oil on canvas 13.50 x 16.75 $425 Doris Jenkins

First Bouquet of The Season

First Bouquet of The Season

First Bouquet of The Season A friend of mine posted her first bouquet of zinnias on Facebook. I was immediately drawn to the complementary colors of the red flowers and the green woven mat they were placed on. The contrast of the dark container and the centers of the flowers also caught my eye. With her permission, I decided to try to bring this lovely bouquet to life with my oils. Oil on canvas 13.25 x 15.50 $350 Doris Jenkins

October Twilight

October Twilight

October Twilight As a painter in the American Tonalist tradition, I try in my work to suggest the feeling or mood of a place. This painting from my imagination is a traditional Tonalist motif, a bit of woods and meadow alongside a stream at twilight. It is my hope that this quiet scene offers you a respite from our fast moving and turbulent world. Oil on canvas 18 x 24 $975 Laura Hopkins

4 Red Hot Chile Peppers Kiln-formed fused glass 8 x 11 $95 w/acrylic stand Maureen Storey

Red Hot Sauce! Kiln-formed fused glass 8 x 8 $95 w/acrylic stand Maureen Storey

View from Chatsworth

View from Chatsworth

View from Chatsworth Oil 18.5 x 22 $800 Sarita Moffat

And Justice for All

And Justice for All

And Justice for All Mixed Media 24 x 30 $275 Ligia Inra

 

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