Linda Croxson

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Creekside

Linda Croxson

Oil on board
30″ x 30″
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Hidden Creek

Linda Croxson

Oil on canvas
30″ x 30″
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Fodderstack, 4

Linda Croxson

Oil on board
30″ x 30″ 
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Fait Accompli

Linda Croxson

Oil on board
30″ x 30″
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Madge & the Garden

Linda Croxson

Oil on board
36″ x 36″
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Fodderstack 2 – Reconsidered

Linda Croxson

Oil on board
30″ x 30″
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Philip Ward

The Meaning of a Tree

Philip Ward

Acrylic on panel
30″ x 40″
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Crow Road

Philip Ward

Acrylic on panel
24″ x 36″
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Three Shouters for Glory

Philip Ward

Acrylic on panel
30″ x 40″
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He Told Me He Had Egrets

Philip Ward

Acrylic on canvas
111″ x 67″
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Park the Heap

Philip Ward

Acrylic on panel
36″ x 24″
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Blowin’ a Hoolie

Philip Ward

Acrylic on canvas
118″ x 66″
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Hatbrim House – the studio – is new to Rappahannock County. Barely built, you could say. But the art work by Linda Croxson and Philip Ward has been going on for decades. Although both make abstract paintings, their approach and their end products are vastly different.

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Linda Croxson and Philip Ward participated in the May, 2020 Virtual Art Exhibitions. Click here to watch the recording of the live Meet-the-Artist event.