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Americana, Artist Feature, Farmhouse, Landscape, Ray Hendershot -

Ray Hendershot’s prints have been some of McGaw’s best-selling and most beloved images since we first published his work nearly 20 years ago. Hendershot’s paintings depict wholesome scenes of life from a simpler time: old stone houses blanketed in snow and moonlight, weathered barns, covered bridges and patchwork quilts.

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Art found in hospitals, doctor’s offices, and other healthcare facilities has always had a bit of a stigma. We think back to the sun-faded seascapes, tired funerary florals, and bland abstracts found in waiting rooms years ago…images that seem to be placed as an afterthought. Not meant to be too distracting, but rather fall into the background so as not to excite or unnerve. Flash forward to present day and the healthcare industry is booming. Hospitals are being built, expanded, and redesigned. There is a focus on creating atmospheres that are calming, therapeutic, and encouraging.

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Art Collections, Peace -

Today is the International Day of Peace (“Peace Day”), which is observed around the world each year on September 21st. Peace Day was established in 1981 by unanimous United Nations resolution to have a date for all people across the globe to commit to Peace, foregoing differences to build a world culture of Peace. Being in the art business, McGaw Graphics recognizes the power of art as a form of expression that can unify and inspire. On this day, and with this important message, we have curated a print collection featuring symbols of peace. See the McGaw Graphics Peace Collection....

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Celestial Art, Science, Space, Trends -

With the recent Great American Solar Eclipse drawing eyes skyward, there has been an influx of interest in celestial and scientific events. Science has long been an intriguing subject for illustrators and artists, as seen in vintage star charts and celestial maps.

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Abstract, Artist Feature, Coastal, MargaretJuul -

Since signing artist Margaret Juul nearly three years ago, we have watched her brilliant collection of abstract waterscapes make a splash on the wall décor market. Incredibly prolific in practice, Juul typically works on two paintings at a time, completing 3-4 paintings per month – all developed with a keen eye on home décor and color trends while staying true to the wild and somewhat tumultuous traits of her ocean muse.

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