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  A Morning Stroll
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4056RN)


  A Paris Romance
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4061RN)


  An Old Town in Burgundy
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4068RN)


  At the Louvre
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4055RN)


  Bistro
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4060RN)


  Burgundy Landscape
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4070RN)


  Chardonnay Autumn
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
Art size: 20 x 20
SOLD (C4148RN)


  Coming Over the Hill
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4067RN)


  Corner House
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel, unframed
Art Size: 11 x 14
SOLD (C4069RN)


  Crossing Left Bank
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD


  Distractions
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4059RN)


  Driving Through Wine Country
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4147RN)


  Espresso
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4063RN)


  Homeward Bound
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on canvas
(C4051RN)


  In the 10th Arondissement
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4063RN)


  Lucky Seven
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4071RN)



  Montmartre Autumn
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on canvas
SOLD (C4048RN)


  Morning by R. Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4143RN)


  Paris Street
Rodgers Naylor
oil on panel
SOLD (C4137RN)


  Paris in the Morning
Rodgers Naylor
oil on canvas
2012
Size: 48 x 36 (art) 56 x 44 (frame)
Price: $6,400 (C4047RN)


  Petit Dejeuner
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on canvas
SOLD (C4050RN)


  Premier Cru
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on canvas
SOLD (C4052RN)


  Rail Bridge
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4062RN)


  Repartee
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
Art size: 18 x 14
SOLD (C4142RN)


  Rolling Hills
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4058RN)


  Sunday Brunch
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on canvas
SOLD (C4049RN)


  Tabac
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on canvas
SOLD (C4053RN)


  The First Cup
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4144RN)


  The Lunch Hour
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4140RN)



  Under the Weeping Willow
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4065RN)


  Viewpoint
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4057RN)


  Vineyard At the Edge of Town
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4141RN)


  Vineyard Workers
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4066RN)


  Vintage
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4139RN)


  Weather Coming In
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4072RN)




  Which Way?
Rodgers Naylor
2012 oil on panel
SOLD (C4064RN)


David FeBland: Stories Red And Blue
March 23 - April 21, 2018 David FeBland’s work considers issues of privacy, conflict and isolation in contemporary urban life, employing a colorist’s eye and a strong sense of formal compositional structure. He describes the interaction between man and our physical universe through a series of invented truths, a sleight of the facts as it were, inspired by observations. His paintings, drawing upon experiences over a wide range of geographical locations, are driven by a conviction that certain behavioral responses to ones environment are universal. Critic Brett McCabe described his paintings as such: “These images are disarmingly involving. His ability to instill strongly emotive elements into his work also hints at the more graphic work of Ben Shahn and Diego Rivera. It suggests an evolution of socially conscious realism that both Ashcan artists and Shahn flirted with, a very modern response to the Soviet socialist movement that embraces its more expressive elements…. {this is} a quality that gives the movies of Spike Lee their poignancy, and it’s a spirit that FeBland’s works achieve better than his contemporaries.” In FeBland’s words, “I’m not particularly interested in making references to popular culture in my work because so much of what we commonly associate with that culture is itself distilled through some medium, originally television but now so many other forms of social media, rather than from direct observation. By creating paintings that derive from my own experience, I become the medium rather than a response to it.”. This is David FeBland's first show at Susan Calloway Fine Arts
 
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