We Are Never Far From Nature

We are off to a new year, and, I think you may agree that some contemplation and beauty may be in order for us all. As we encounter more anxiety in our lives, we can better appreciate the opportunities to de-stress and re-invigorate our bodies and minds. It is at times like these that the […]

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Gallery Insider: Creative Saturdays

It’s a Saturday afternoon. Snow is falling steadily outside, but the gallery doors are open. Card tables are set up with paper mache, thread, and fabric for the weekly children’s puppet making class. Starting with a drawing, the students have free reign to design their very own puppets from scratch. Each student designs at their […]

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Gallery Insider: The Matting Process

                    Ever wonder how prints get matted? Our professional framer of 18 years walked us through the process with Rob Gonsalves’s Pursuit of Balance paper print. All the supplies listed below can be found at local art supply stores such as Plaza Arts or Michaels. Supply […]

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BRINGING US BACK (To Nature)

Introducing the Paintings of Holly Lombardo and Robert Allison VISIT US AND SEE MORE OF THESE UNIQUE WORKS OF ART! Holly Lombardo is a self-taught American painter and photographer who works in watercolors and acrylics, creating landscapes, still life and suburban scenes.The artist’s tag line “I’ve been a painter my whole life, I just didn’t […]

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The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss

We all know Dr. Seuss is known for the Cat in the Hat. He is one of the most influential people in the world from the last century. Now Huckleberry Fine Art is helping the world get a little more acclimated with his art including illustrations from his infamous books. Dr. Seuss illustrated and wrote all […]

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Susan Clifford-Clark versus the Wind

This week we had three new arrivals from Susan Clifford-Clark: Ballet, Windswept, and Wind Dance. These three pieces stay true to Clifford-Clark’s vision of drawing inspiration from the elements. I believe the element brought to our attention in these pieces is the power of the wind. Clifford-Clark’s focus is most noticeable by her choice in […]

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