Dorothy Atkins "MY PRIVATE MOMENTS" Acrylic 12x16 NFS
Note: Received the Most Public Votes My private moment collections done when the world is quiet and asleep I paint in solitude. www.dorothyatkinsartist.com
Dorothy Atkins "MASK" Acrylic 21x25 $425
I yearn to always paint mask, as they awaken my spirit and let me travel to places of new beginnings and positive energy. www.dorothyatkinsartist.com
Tracy Beardsley "REMEMBERING" Oil 24x18 on wood panel NFS
I tried to convey the quietness that comes with growing older. And as we age, it seems like those happier memories of better times help to soothe our souls during difficult times, because it reminds us that we are cherished and loved by family and friends.
Carol Brolin "NATIVITY CHURCH" Acrylic 24x28 NFS
I used to attend this historical Nativity church in Menlo Park for years. I painted several pictures of the church and one is hanging in the church parish rectory.
Diana Chan "GIRAFFE" Photography 5x7 PRINT $20
On a tour of Tanzania, we saw this giraffe, chewing leaves from branches while nursing her baby. Giraffes are beautiful, graceful, and coexist with wildebeests, zebras, and worthogs in Tanzania. Pictures are featured in my book "Animal kingdom: Vertebrates" https://asiastore.org/author-page/diana-f-chan/
Diana Chan "SYMBIOTIC" Photography 5x7 Print $20
On a tour of Tanzania elephants were seen with birds hitching rides on their backs. The birds get fed pecking at ticks and insects while the elephants get rid of the pesky itchy insects. Good example of symbiosis, different animal species helping each other. Featured in my book: Animal kingdom: Vertebrates https://asiastore.org/author-page/diana-f-chan/
Barbara Chamberlain "WHALES" mixed media $20
Fun with the pod. it's because i see things that aren't really there. These pieces of driftwood looked like whales and baby whales to me. My favorite thing is beachcombing. Now the beaches are open but the parking lots closed. Our world is being run by people who make up things daily without a gram of common sense. I am always bringing home rocks and pieces of wood thinking I can do something with this.
Barbara Chamberlain "WHO'S THERE" Mixed Media 5x7 $20
I love putting things together. Who's there is a collection of metal found pieces on velvet. It is refound art.
Mary Miller Chiao "THE AQUARIUM" iPhone Photography NFS
My iPhone captured this exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium on January 24, 2020. I love the vibrant colors and the sense of peace it gives me.
*Cyra Cowan "EVENING SPLENDER" Giclee 30x24 $340
This scene was created out of my imagination. I feel it represents the power and beauty of the ocean. A 2"wrap around canvas which requires no frame. www.cyrapaintings.com
*Cyra Cowan "VIGILENT" Giclee 30x24 $340
I tried to portray the dignity and strength of the Lioness. This is a 2"wrap around canvas which requires no frame. www.cyrapaintings.com
*Patricia Dennis "A LITTLE PAST 5" Photography 11x17 PRINT
Fall is my time of year! This photo was taken at Silver Springs, W.Virginia. We were on an evening walk and I couldn't resist taking an image of the peacefulness of the area. My only regret is that the clock was 7 minutes past the hour and I couldn't title the photo "It's 5'o clock" somewhere. 11x17 Matted Photography print www.patriciadennisphotography.com
* Patricia Dennis "GARDEN WALK" Photography FRAMED PRINT 20x24 $175.00 FLASH SALE 15% OFF
I love gardens and this is one of my favorites. I have volunteered at Filoli in Woodside for years and never tire of it. The spray of roses over the gate invites you to enter and experience the beauty. 20x24 framed Print available www.patriciadennisphotography.com
Patricia Watkins Dick "ALL LIVES MATTER" Ink 8x10 matted $200
The tears in these young boy's eyes tell the story of the times. I drew this picture in 1978 to show my own young children how social issues affect everyone.
Kay Duffy "ESCAPE TO MY GARDEN" Watercolor/ink 21x27 $450
ESCAPE TO MY GARDEN Digging and planting Seeding and sowing Watering and weeding Green and growing WAITING & WATERING Squash are swelling Lettuces are leafing Beans are blooming Tomatoes are turning Pumpkins are plumping BOUNTY WELL EARNED Cucs are crispy- lettuce are lush, Tomatoes rosy – ready to toss Beans are dangling – ready to harvest Zucchini are super -- ready to pick FRUIT TREES ARE FRUITING Peaches are sweet - ready to eat Berries are black - ready for jam Apricots are orange ready to can Pumpkins are plump -ready for pie MY OH MY ! -- YUMMMM! www.kayduffywatercolors.com
Kay Duffy "ADAM AND EVE" Watercolor 14x20 $300
From a statue at Montalvo Art Center, Saratoga, CA. The devil snake is hard to see at the back of the statue so I enlarged to the front. www.kayduffywatercolors.com
Pat Fisher "STONE FLOWERS" Quartz Necklace $50
A very pale rose quartz necklace for $50.00. The Set with earrings $70. I love color and the feel of different textures. A piece of me is part of each piece and seeing someone love my jewelry bring a smile to its new owner and my heart.
Pat Fisher "TREASURE NECKLACE" Hard/soft metal NFS
I love color and the feel of different textural stones on my skin. Putting these colors and textures together brings me joy and satisfaction.
I grabbed my camera and went to take a walk down to the ocean. I came upon the Point Arena Lighthouse not far from the town of Point Arena in Northern California. The site of those unusual cliffs got my adrenaline going and this is one of the end results.
Karen Franzenburg "COLORFUL GUITAR" Photography on Acrylic 16x20 NFS
Just as I was about to start a new painting. My guitar caught my eye. From that point on creativity took over and this is the end result.
Social distancing the new normal of how people relate to one another is not quite normal nor feels good. This sculpture shows the feelings I had on Mother’s Day, when my older daughter came over to celebrate - however, I couldn’t hug her. I felt split and torn. I wanted to reach out to her (the clear glass reaching up to her). She kept reminding me not to get to close for my own protection (her wisdom is demonstrated with the quartz at the top middle) Together, but apart. It was very painful and sad when she finally left, and felt fractured. This sculpture is representational of the split we are all feeling while social distancing. www.graydesigns.org