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Larry Gray’s oil landscapes are expansive in depth and rich in color, providing magnificent atmospheric studies of time, light, and space. His paintings are windows into the natural world. Each piece depicts the expansive sky with its clouds and shadows, pockets of light, and varying glimpses of blue sky in the subtleties and varieties of naure. Larry Gray resides in Pisgah Forest, NC and his work has been shown and collected widely from coast to coast, including the collections of MOMA in New York, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Seattle Museum of Art, and the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
Emily Wilson explores the flora and fauna of the natural world in her basswood and steel wall sculptures. Colorful birds, fish, leaves, and flowers swirl together in her expertly constructed compositions, influenced by Wilson’s time spent in Florida, New Orleans, Tennessse, and Northern Alabama, where she was born and currently resides. Her work is featured in many major collections, including the Mayo Clinics in Florida and Minnesota, The Huntsville Museum of Art, as well as numerous institutions throughout the country.