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Gallery windows display diversity of artistic talent

“Windmill Point Bayside,” by Debra Bull

The RAL Art Center gallery windows, 19 North Main Street, Kilmarnock, display the diversity of artistic talent of its members and the June Windows will showcase some of the differences in the “more-modern” and the “more-traditional” sides featuring artists Debra Bull, Johnny Hayes and Sue Broadway.

Bull works in acrylics and oils. Working in an impressionist – realism” style, she loves to paint the areas around the Northern Neck that provide the raw, natural beauty of the countryside and waterways, reported Ellen Huddy of the communications team.

When Bull retired here in 2018 her eyes were opened to a love of painting seascapes, said Huddy. She enjoys spending time kayaking to find the hidden beaches here and the simple beauty of life found at the edge of the Chesapeake. Bull discovers images that inspire her to paint scenes that she sees from her point of view; the intimate visions of nature that require the viewer to focus on the details of areas that are left untouched by humans…

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