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Paintings of the Ozarks and Middle America by Fine Artist Garry McMichael

October 5, 2009

image.axdFor three decades, artist Garry McMichael has been traveling the back roads of Middle America, especially the Ozarks, capturing its beauty with a camera, charcoals, pencil and pastels. Garry is constantly searching for those fleeting moments when the landscape, the atmospheric conditions and the ever changing light come together in a flash of visual inspiration.

Whether you are inspired by the ebb and flow of the Mississippi River, a quiet walk through the rugged Ozark Mountains or watching a summer thunderstorm roll across the Kansas plains you will appreciate the art of Garry McMichael. His work is beautiful and is a perfect complement to the homes and offices of discriminating fine art buyers.

Since most of Garry’s work is usually one of a kind, purchases are determined by availability.  If you are interested in purchasing art work seen on this blog, please visit Garry’s gallery on

• Work can be purchased either framed or unframed.
• Garry ships anywhere in the United States.

Ozark Barn, Autumn,
16 ” x 12
US $400
Sunrise Mist – Ozark Barn Series
20 ” x 16
US $700
Little Shoal Creek, Madison County, Missouri
36 ” x 12
US $1000
24 ” x 12
US $650
Ozark Barn, Madison County, Missouri
24 ” x 12
US $600
Snow in the Buffalo River Valley
30 ” x 15
US $1000

Bourbeuse River Morning
18 ” x 24
US $850
Autumn Fog on the Gasconade River
20 ” x 16
US $700
Early Morning Mist, Ozark Barn Series
10 ” x 8
US $300
Ozark Barn, Monochrome, Taney County, Missouri
24 ” x 18
US $850

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  1. noactive permalink
    January 11, 2010 9:22 am

    Paintings of the Ozarks and Middle America by Fine Artist Garry McMichael .Thanks for nice post.I added to my twitter.

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