Joining the Heard 36x36

Extended

"Rhythm and Pattern"

by 

Erin Nazzaro

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New arrivals by Richard Lang Chandler, Jane Cooper, Linda Puiatti, plus a selection of small works of various mediums and price. 

Erin Nazzaro 

Through the years Erin Nazzaro traveled extensively to the Americas and the America Southwest.  Her paintings are infused with the energy from those experiences. The artist painted more than a thousand paintings and divides them into categories, animals, people. landscapes, birds; in this exhibit we bring you a sample of each category.

MEET THE ARTISTS
 
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Paintings by

Dave Bradford 
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Paintings & Prints by

Jane Cooper 
Waiting for Rain-36x28 Silver metal frame

Paintings by

Ellen Hopkins Fountain 
City Lights 18x18 Oil Monotype.jpg

Paintings by

Claire Melbourne 
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Paintings by

Michael Patterson 
Pink Blossoms

Photography by

Julie Testwuide 
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Paintings by

Richard Lang Chandler 
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Sculptures by

BA D'Alessandro 
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Paintings by

Satish Joshi 
Irises - 24x36 oil on aluminum board

Paintings by

Cynthia Mullins 
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Paintings by

Linda Puiatti 
Lila Turjanski-Villard -Us- 19_ total Hight

Sculptures by

Lila Turjanski-Villard 
Mirage 24x24

Encaustic Paintings by

Richard Coico 
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Paintings by

Mireille Duchesne 
Other Side- Mixed media-painted and stitched-10x10 framed-$480.jpg

Paintings by

Natalya Khorover 
Big Red 30x30

Paintings by

Erin Nazzaro 
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Paintings by

Liron Sissman 
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Photography by

Hooey Wilks 

HELLO THERE!

From all of us at Oak&Oil Gallery,  we invite you to connect with the artists who inspire us to live in  beautiful, enhanced surroundings. Enjoy browsing our website and leave us your comments or visit us. We are located in the heart of Katonah Village, only minutes away from I-684, the Saw Mill Parkway and a short walk from the Katonah train station.