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Weekly Update: Various Artists

As we continue to hunker down, our artist friends are busy in a flurry of color and canvas! Check out what they've been up to below:

Christie Scheele


Soft Glow Over Tidal Flats
30"x60"
Oil on Panel



Christie's Art Journal 
Christie's Website


Ruth Gilmore Langs



Coming Together
30"x24"
Oil on Canvas



I Wish I Was a Mouse
25"x20"
Oil on Canvas



Susan Fehlinger


Incoming Fog 
 20" X 20"
Oil on Canvas


Inner Harbor, Off Season
40" X 44"
Oil on Canvas



Elizabeth Durand



Untitled
Monotype



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