Thursday, March 13, 2014

More Oil Paintings at City Hall

Our artists create in many mediums, but we have quite a few who paint in oil. I showed you Joanne Baker MacLeod's oil paintings in my last post about the current City Hall show. Here are a few more artists who paint in oil as well. Their artwork is on display on the first and second floors of the Wellington City Hall, through the Spring. The City Hall is located at 12300 W. Forest Hill Blvd., Wellington.

Sandra Barbieri creates in many mediums but this one, titled "Colorful Solitude," is done in oil. It is 16" x 20", $550.

Leslie Pfeiffer painted this beautiful flower using oils, and calls it "Radiance." It is 16" x 20", $950.

 Leslie also painted this one called "Sunday Blues." It is also 16" x 20", $850.

Arlene Brand calls this "Lookin' at You, Lookin' at Me." It is 27" x 39", $3,950.

Arlene also painted "Guardian," 22" x 40", $950.

 Also by Arlene Brand, "Lippizan" is 25 3/4" x 19 3/4", $750.

 This final painting is an example of oils and acrylics, and was created by Betty Brodie. It is called "Flower Garden," 22 1/2" x 18 1/2", $375.

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