Large and in Charge

34 Artworks

Stately pieces of stature, with much to say.

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The Big Black and Blue by Erin Lynn Welsh
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South of the Convergence #4 by Ashok Sinha
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They Were Pale Blue and There Were Many Horses by Aliza Cohen
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Dusting Crops Where There Ain't No Crops by Dana Bell
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Untitled (GRYB) by Mitch Paster
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No Blue Skies by Eric LoPresti
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Train III by Luckey Remington
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Mountains + Valleys (Yellowstone National Park #3) by Millee Tibbs
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Bay Triptych by Ryan James MacFarland
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Bude, Cornwall by Ashok Sinha
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The Mountain Inside by Piero Passacantando
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No Future Plans by Ben Skinner
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Cut from the Same Cloth III by Luckey Remington
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on Classon + Greene (AM) - looking like a forest telling of a forest by Kristin Texeira
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Windfall II by Anna Beeke
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Untitled by Bo Kim
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Henry M. Jackson Playground #1 by Franck Bohbot
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As It Breaks by Erin Lynn Welsh
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court 16 - hong kong 2012 by Ward Roberts
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First Month by Natalie Baxter
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Pane with Brass Valance by Rachel Mica Weiss
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Four Points by Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey
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Row by Dan Covert
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Oxtails by Kate Roebuck
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Rococo Study 2 by Holly Addi
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Opulent Orbit by Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey
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Aurora Quilt by Meg Callahan
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Black Shield II by Aschely Vaughan Cone

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