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  Black Dog
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen
Size: 28 x 20 (art) 35½ x 27½ (frame)
SOLD (C5713CB)


  City Wires
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen
Size: 20 x 16 (art) 25½ x 21½ (frame)
SOLD (C5711CB)


  Commutator Building, Minneapolis
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen panel
Size: 14 x 11 (art) 18½ x 15½ (frame)
SOLD (C5716CB)


  December Alley
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen panel
Size: 14 x 11 (art) 18½ x 15½ (frame)
SOLD (C5717CB)


  Groveland Tap Parking
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen panel
Size: 16 x 12 (art) 21 x 17 (frame)
SOLD (C5718CB)


  Harbor Golf Carts
Carl Bretzke
Oil on linen panel
Size: 12 x 9 (art) 15¾ x 12¾ (frame)
Price: $900 (C5719CB)


  Late Summer Night St. Paul
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen panel
Size: 16 x 12 (art) 20½ x 16½ (frame)
SOLD (C5510CB)


  North Minneapolis
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen panel
Art Size: 16 x 12; Frame Size: 21 x 17
Price: $1,600.00 (C5710CB)


  Palm Springs
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen panel
Size: 12 x 9 (art) 15¾ x 12¾ (frame)
SOLD (C5720CB)


  Piaggio Ape
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen panel
Size: 14 x 11 (art) 18½ x 15½ (frame)
SOLD (C5714CB)


  Shovel Before It Melts
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen panel
Size: 20 x 16 (art) 25½ x 21½ (frame)
SOLD (C5709CB)


  Snow Day in the Warehouse District
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen
Size: 36 x 24 (art) 44½ x 32½ (frame)
SOLD (C5708CB)


  Vineyard Backroad
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen
Size: 28 x 20 (art) 35½ x 27½ (frame)
SOLD (C5712CB)


  Winter Sunset Near Farmers Market
Carl Bretzke
oil on linen panel
Size: 16 x 12 (art) 21¼ x 17¼ (frame)
SOLD (C5715CB)


The Cafe Life
Adhering to a realistic yet painterly style, Naylor paints in an “alla prima” manner, which allows great flexibility in mixing colors and attaining soft edges, fostering a fresh, spontaneous approach to painting. For this exhibition, Naylor delves into modern day “café society”. In Parisian life in the late 18th and early 19th century, cafés were places of companionship as well as intellectual discourse, and often enough, just frivolous enjoyment. Though we don’t hear the term “café society” often now, the concept and its lifestyle are very much alive today. This exhibition explores the café as a gathering place for people of all ages and walks of life to break bread peacefully together, to enjoy the camaraderie, as well as that extra cup of coffee. Opening reception: February 10 from 6-8pm. On view: February 10 - March 11, 2017
 
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