Once again our wonderful artists have finished some new artwork! We hope you enjoy. Select a work below to see more information. Be sure to check out even more art on our online shop!
This textured painting mirrors the beautiful turquoise and emerald green waters of Florida’s Panhandle. Heavy Acrylic on Wood. 14×14 by Eddie Powell.
This textured painting mirrors the beautiful turquoise and emerald green waters of Florida’s Panhandle. Heavy Acrylic on Wood. 24×24 by Eddie Powell.
White umbrella and beach chairs on a peaceful day
Oil on Canvas. 12×12 by Ruthie Carlson.
Lily Pond at Topsail
Beautiful lily pads on a pond at Topsail State Park
Acrylic on Canvas. 24×36 by Aaron Sutton.
Write it on Your Heart – Just Sold
“Write it on your heart that every day is the best day of the year”
Acrylic on Canvas. 12×12 by Shelly Minchew.
“Your imagination is your greatest gift”
Dune grass beside a teal blue Gulf
Acrylic on Canvas. 24×12 by Ruthie Carlson.
Here Comes the Sun
A happy mixed media piece
Acrylic on Canvas. 12×16 by Stacy Radford.
A whimsical seahorse named “Horsea”
Acrylic on Canvas. 12×24 by Linda Fisher.
Be Still and Know that I am God (Psalm 46:10)
Acrylic on Canvas. 10×10 by Stacy Radford.
Today the Path to the Beach: Fun, Love, Be Happy, Peace
Acrylic on Canvas. 16×20 by Tricia Robinson.
Today the Path to the Beach: Happy Day, Fun, Gulf of Mexico
Acrylic on Canvas. 24×24 by Tricia Robinson.
Check out this new artwork that just came in!
Joy to the Fishes
Original 6×6 acrylic painting on canvas by Shannon Harris.
Original 20×16 oil on canvas with antiqued silver frame. By Jeanie Posey.
Vintage soda cans on wood by The Moore Family Folk Art. 13×22
Goodnight Hwy 30A
Original 16×20 acrylic on wood painting by David Lynch. This artwork is the cover illustration for a recently published book called “Goodnight Hwy 30a”.
Psalm 139:12-14 ~ 30×40 abstract acrylic/mixed media on gallery wrap canvas by colorblind artist Aaron Sutton.
See What is in Your Heart
Hidden Truth: A man sees in the world what he carries in his heart. 12×12 acrylic on canvas by Shelley Minchew.
Aaron Sutton’s exhibit at CUP was so successful it’s been extended another month! His beautiful artwork will be on display through the month of November 2014. A portion of the artwork sales will go to help support Children’s Volunteer Health Network, Food for Thought, and New Day Church.
Read about the debut of CUP’s monthly art exhibit in this great article . Photo credit for Aaron’s picture on our home page, and a big thanks, goes to Deborah Wheeler of the Walton Sun.
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Aaron Sutton’s beautiful artwork will be on exhibit at CUP during the month of October 2014. Please join us for his reception on Friday, October 3rd, at 6:00 pm.
Aaron Sutton with Walton Sun Newspaper Box; photo credit Kristiana Scott 7-17-14
Colorblind artist, Aaron Sutton, painted a Walton Sun newspaper box for WaterColor Town Center. Read the article written by Kristiana Scott of The Walton Sun on July 17, 2014:
Aaron Sutton Newspaper Box in Walton Sun