Oxford Gallery Holiday Show 

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Amy McLaren's "Wherever I Go, She Goes" is a large diptych painting of a girl towing an intangible pachyderm.
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Chris Baker has the ability to imbue any subject, including the utilitarian disorder of a dusty, chiaroscuro-laden workshop, with unexpected poetry. Baker maximizes the matte medium of gouache paint in his "Blacksmith Shop."
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Daniel Mosner's oil painting, “Sunset Lion Burger,” is full of rural nostalgia. I especially love the details of the metal barrel and the slope of one man's hunched back.
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Helen Santelli's “Orange Fury” is a dramatic sweep of sky, featuring an almost fluorescent light within smoke-black clouds over low terrain.
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Phyllis Bryce Ely's oil painting, “Skiddow Mountain (England),” depicts a large manor tucked at foot of a sloping, dominant mountain.
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"Fiery I" by Sharon Gordon is a dreamy vision of fleeting terrain.
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Darryl Abraham's “Sugar Shack,” a mixed media diorama, depicts a snowy slice of a maple sugaring scene.
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“Full Moon,” an oil on canvas by Kate Timm, features a cheerful, candlelit tableau of treats set against a peaceful, cold night.
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Todd Chalk’s “Lone Pine,” a watercolor on Yupo paper, is almost abstract with its glorious, dappled sunlight.
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Helen Santelli's “Orange Fury” is a dramatic sweep of sky, featuring an almost fluorescent light within smoke-black clouds over low terrain.

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