Originals: Accomplished Artists Unveil Their Original Works

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Originals: Accomplished Artists Unveil Their Original Works


LESLIE SOBEL announces the release of two originals, "Bloom" and "Wisteria Leaf" The images are encaustic and digital images on panel. "Bloom" is 24 x 18 inches and retails for $900. "Wisteria Leaf" is 24 x 12 inches and retails for $800. For more information, call 734-439-8562; e-mail las@lesliesobel.com, visit www.wsg-art.com.

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RICHARD SHAFFETT introduces the release of "Shipwreck Chalet" and "Manana Cabana." For more information, call 941-955-6761; e-mail richardshaffett@hotmail.com, visit www.islandartofflorida.com.

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JOHN DOMONT introduces the release of "Journey #3," an original mixed media on linen. Sized at 72 x 60 inches, it retails for $12,000. "At the Toe of the Buddha," an oil on canvas sized at 48 x 60 inches, retails for $7,200. For more information, call 317-685-9634; e-mail john@domontgallery.com; visit www.domontgallery.com

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ELYSE COHEN announces the release of "Kim's Roses," an oil on canvas, measuring 36 x 48 inches and retailing for $4,600. "Pale Pink Lilies" an oil on canvas, is sized at 30 x 48 inches and retails for $2,800. Cohen is noted for her true-to-life flower paintings and has always embraced the beauty found in nature. Her newest collection of floral oil paintings show the delicate interplay of translucent light and illumination, conveying an undertone of spirituality in nature's marvels. For more information, call 949-766-6626; e-mail ElyseArt@aol.com; visit www.ElyseArtStudio.com.

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HOLLIS RICHARDSON announces the release of two originals, "Melody in Blue" and "Proper Shopper" Richardson is known for his distinctive style, richness of colors and emphasis on design. His work is collected nationally by discerning patrons. "Melody in Blue," an oil on board, is sized at 24 x 28 inches and the framed piece retails for $1,700. "Proper Shopper," a framed oil on canvas, is sized at 9 x 12 inches and retails for $800. For more information, call 216-595-1376; e-mail opusgallery@sbcglobal.net.

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TEAL ROWE announces the release of two new originals. "Glass Canvas I," a hand-blown glass piece sized at 15 x 5 inches, retails for $685. "Glass Canvas V," is sized at 10 x 7 inches and retails for $425. For more information, call 805-639-4097; e-mail teal@tealrowe.com; visit www.tealrowe.com.

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ANNE OSHMAN announces the release of "The Violinist" a ceramic tile-and-marble mosaic. Sized at 40 x 221/4 inches, the piece retails for $8,000. For more information, call 973-744-8774; e-mail studio@anneoshman. …

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