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Chroma Gallery celebrates nature

Late Day Vineyard, by Susan Sarback.
Late Day Vineyard, by Susan Sarback.

Late Day Vineyard, by Susan Sarback.

Nature’s bounty in the fall provides abundant resources for an artist’s imagination. The deep rich tones of harvested fruits and vegetables and the cool blues and greens of the lakes and rivers are reflected in the “Autumn Aura” artwork featured at Chroma Gallery this month. See the influence of autumn’s atmosphere in the paintings of sunsets, fields, and fall flowers. Additionally, the gallery’s  jewelry display features handmade silver earrings and necklaces  by Patricia Williams. Chroma Gallery is located at 10030 Fair Oaks Blvd, just off Sunrise Blvd., in Fair Oaks. They’re open Friday and Saturday from noon until 5 p.m., Second Saturday until 9 p.m. or by appointment. Call (916) 966-6020 for more information or visit thechromagallery.com.

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