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GALLERY OF ORIGINAL PAINTINGS
ALEX'S GALLERY--FROM DAY 2 TO THE PRESENT
A MIDSUMMER DAY'S DREAM
APPROACHING STORM
BREAKFAST TIME
CHILD AND MOTHER
FROM THE MARUSARZ FAMILY ALBUM--1946
GIRLS AND BUNNIES
GRANDMOTHER AND FRIEND
INSCRIPTION ROCK, NEW MEXICO
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
MARUSARZ FAMILY
MIND OF DAVID
MYRICK PARK MARSH
ONE OF THE BOYS
RACCOONS
SETTING SUN ON PINE
SEVEN MODELS
GUEST COMMENTARY
LANDSCAPES, WILDLIFE, AND PORTRAITS IN OIL, ACRYLIC, AND EGG TEMPERA
 

All paintings and writing copyright the artist 2000-2010. Reproduction allowed only with permission from the artist.

Link to the complete original paintings gallery.

SOLD--Don't Worry, Dad, Everything Will Be Okay
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This painting is my nomination for the Alzheimer's Association poster.

Green Bay Ecstasy and Agony
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Retired--not retired--can't keep up with it.

Beauty Without Mercy
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Nature demands ruthlessness for survival.

Buster Keaton
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A glamorous Hollywood shot unlike most Keaton pictures--no porkpie hat.

Flambeau Birch
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This painting attracted more attention than any other at my exhibit at Alexander House.

Pink Tulips--SOLD
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The Manger--SOLD
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A building by architect Roald Gundersen.

Egret Freedom
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Always an intriguing view

Coulee Sunset Farm
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The drama of sunset in bluff country.

Aurora Borealis--SOLD at WPT auction
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This painting was chosen for "May" on the Werner Electric Supply calendar.

Irish Falls
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S O L D Red Tulips and Golden Alyssum
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Attitude Rules
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Eagles have snatched foxes; I saw an unretouched photo of such a thing.

I'm Next, I'm Next, I'm Next!--SOLD
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Red Barn, Dark Snow--SOLD
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Sundown--SOLD
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Barney's Last Stand
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A metaphor for the drastic changes taking place on Wisconsin farms. How do you stop a tornado?

A Driftless Bovine
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A lovely brown & white in her hilltop pasture.

Moonlit Egret--SOLD
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The grace and beauty of these birds is inspiring.

Flambeau River Pine
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This black and white painting expresses the beauty of nature even without color.

Heeling on the Mississippi
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A sailboat struggles against an oncoming storm.

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Irish Cascade
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Four Red Tulips
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Nestling Barn Owls
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Flying Home
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Black Squirrel
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La Crosse has a large black squirrel population.

SOLD--Ochre Sailing on Moonlight Bay
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First Snow--SOLD
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It's cool among the coulees in SW Wisconsin, but old barns glow with the sunlight.

Juneau County Oak
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I have known this oak for 30 years. It was time to paint it.

SOLD--Alone
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We are alone.

Have more fun than ever before! Click here to visit my sister's unusual web site of exotic jewelry and costumes.

Click here to visit the La Crosse Society of Arts and Crafts, of which I am a member.

If you just cannot get enough of dolls, dolls, dolls, click here to visit a terrific web site of hand-made one-of-a-kind dolls by Cheryl Keeffe.

ART QUOTATIONS

"The work of art must seize upon you, wrap you up in itself and carry you away. It is the means by which the artist conveys his passion. It is the current which he puts forth which sweeps you along in his passion." Pierre-August Renoir

"I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way--things I had no words for.." Georgia OKeeffe

"Art is the Queen of all sciences communicating knowledge to all the generations of the world." Leonardo Da Vinci

"What a funny thing painting is. The abstract painters always insist on their connection with the visible reality, while the so called figurative artists insist that what they really care about, is the abstract qualities of life." Marlene Dumas