Gallery: Archives

Perpetual Mobiles by Vladimir Barsukov

Perpetual Mobiles by Vladimir Barsukov

“Vladimir Barsukov was born in Tbilisi, Georgia (formerly in the USSR). He earned his Ph.D. in physics and mathematics from St. Petersburg University in 1971 and immigrated to the United States in 1989. Vladimir died suddenly of heart failure on December 10, 2013. To find stories about Vladimir’s life, please go to the blog.

New Work

Anna Louise Lane

For more of Anna Louise's work go to: www.annalouiselane.com 

Sky Dancer

New Work

Michael Robbins

For more of Michael's work go to:  https://michaelrobbinstherapy.com

Image: Tanya Hayes Lee.

New Work

Tanya Hayes Lee

To see more of Tanya's work go to http://tanyahayeslee.com

Image: Free Association, Mara Sanadi Wagner.

Free Association

Mara Sanadi Wagner

To see more work, go to http://huronvillageart.com or http://marawagnerart.com

Ecstatic Photography

Dorothy Oja

For more of Dorothy's work, go to: http://www.planetweather.net/art.html 

An Instant in Space-Time

Work by Adriana Prat

To see more works by Adriana, visit: http://www.agprat.com/

Wonders

Illustrations by Choo Chung

See more of Choo's work at http://www.choochung.com.

after the storm

Time & Consciousness

Paintings by Maura Cunningham

For more work by Maura, go to:

http://www.mauracunningham.com/

The Laws of Chance

Paintings by Barbara Trachtenberg

For more work by Barbara, go to:

http://www.barbaratrachtenberg.com/

Recent and Not So Recent Works

Paintings by Denis Wogan

The landscapes and seascapes of Atlantic Canada and the New England Coast continue to be a source of inspiration for my representational works.

Lily Pena Moses

Image & Interview: Portraits of My Contemporaries

Carol E. Moses

For more of Carol's work, visit: http://carolmoses.com/photographic-portraits/

New Work

Tim Allen

For more of Tim's artwork, go to: http://www.timallenart.com

Botanical Prints

Ken Field

The flowers and plants used in his botanical prints are grown on his farm and collected throughout New England. Each  botanical print is composed and arranged to enhance the botanical to show its best.