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Figurative art is artwork that is representational, clearly derived from real object sources, and includes the human figure.

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  • Splishy Splashy – Betty Watkins


    Splishy Splashy

    “Framed 26.75 x 14.75”


    These swans seem to be having a wonderful time splashing around in the misty fog.

  • Safety First – Christina Fitch


    Safety First

    24 x 36″

    Mixed Media on panel

    “This painting shows my brother as an infant, asleep in a car seat. The car seat is precarious at best, but my brother is peacefully napping, unaware of any danger.”

  • Make Believe – Christina Fitch


    Make Believe

    24 x 48″

    Mixed Media on panel

    This is one in a series of paintings using encaustic, encaustic pastel, oil pastel, powdered pigment and digital painting on panel. I so much enjoyed the unique style of painting I was able to create using these mediums.


  • Don’t Play in Street – Christina Fitch


    Don’t Play in Street

    72 x 48″

    Mixed Media on panel

    “Every mother has told their children not to play in the street. This painting portrays the innocence of children at play. The children are unaware of the dangers of the world, but they are being looked after by a higher power.”

  • Merry go Round – Christina Fitch


    Merry go Round

    28 x 42″

    Mixed Media on panel

    “This painting shows my brothers as children, riding a merry-go-round. Their faces blur as the world spins and time passes.”

  • First Steps – Christina Fitch


    First Steps

    36 x 24″

    Mixed Media on panel

    “This painting is of my mother taking her first steps. Her mother in the background is fading away, to show the passage of time and the separation of mother and daughter that naturally happens.”

  • Juggling Seven – Christina Fitch


    Juggling Seven

    48 x 48″

    Mixed Media on panel

    “This painting shows my parents struggling to juggle their seven kids. Life could be chaotic, but we managed the best we could. This painting shows the best of times.

  • Absentee Father – Christina Fitch


    Absentee Father

    72 x 38″

    Mixed Media on panel

    ‘Absentee Father’ was created from old photographs and enhanced by the emotional memories of my mother, as she described the events of her childhood to me. Follow the scenes progression from left to right. 

    The left is her family at an early age and all was happy with her father devoted to her and her mother. The progression follows as her parents divorced when she was 2 years old and she became less and less of a part of her father’s life. Her father’s remarriage and building of his new family reduced her time with him until it was only at Christmas.  At age eighteen, my mother married my father, Bill Alexander. My grandfather was invited to the wedding and made an appearance but it was the first time he had even seen the man that married his daughter.”


  • Angel of Music – Betty Grummer


    Angel of Music

    Gallery Wrap 11 x 14”

    Acrylic Collage on cradle board

    “I work intuitively directly on the substrate. There are no plans other than I think I will paint an angel. After a few happy accidents the result is a composition I like. I am pleased with the curved lines of the background and in the curved lines in wings, clothing and face.”

  • Life Through Bliss II – Regina Davis


    Life Through Bliss II

    Gallery Wrapped 60 x 48

    Oil on canvas

    “This painting represents the premise of my artwork – it wrestles with epic themes: eternal bliss (or perhaps the illusion thereof) versus the thorny injuries wrought by time and experience. You may find profoundly symbolic narratives of human nature and a testament to our existence in the presence of a larger spiritual reality – what we choose to believe and see or not.”

  • Pink Bliss – Regina Davis


    Pink Bliss

    Framed 21 x 27”

    Oil on board

    “How delicate are we in our humanity… Our mind is of such intricate lace and our soul pure and untouched as the petals in a flower.  We have to choose the flowers we want to wear on our crown, whether they are tough, everlasting, or carry thorns hidden underneath. We all carry our awareness, our blindness in our experiences.”

  • Messengers – Regina Davis



    Gallery Wrapped 22 x 37”

    Oil on Canvas

    “I believe that when we find ourselves astray, we have to be aware of the signs that are out there. It is known that finches are little messengers of the higher being, appearing and fluttering in front of us, waiting for us to take notice and let them guide us along the way.”