ARTISTS
Here are a few of the Artists we have in stock:
Click graphic to enlarge sample. We are working on providing a sample of all artist listed, please contact us with any questions at art@mapleleafgallery.com or call 1-517-930-3054.


  • Terry Redlin Recreates memories and scenes of an earlier America and wildlife. Nationally Honored.
  • Charles WysockiThe inspiration behind the art of Charles Wysocki can be summed up in one word, love-his love of country, love of family and love of life.
  • P. Buckley Moss Her favorite subjects are the "Plain People". She seems to "speak" a language that ordinary folks are able to understand. Visit Her Website
  • Linda Bennett Lives in Indiana. Her paintings are restful as well as decorative with a feeling of romantic nostalgia.
  • Will Moses As a fourth gneration member of the renowned Moses family, painting in a unique style of Americana - Folk Art is a natural tradition.
  • Steve Hanks Gently explores the quiet corners of everyday life with children and "moments of introspective solitude."
  • Robert Griffing A painter of 18th century scenes that involve or feature the Eastern Woodland Indian.
  • Judy Larson Surrounded by artist as a child, Judy devoted her time to wildlife art using a unique medium of scratchboard.
  • John Buxton Known for historical art inspired by the history and hills that surround him.
  • David Wright One of America's leading painters of American historical subjects. Known for Indians of the eastern frontier.
  • Kathleen Chaney Fritz Wonderful landscapes,lighthouses with a calming style. Affectionately called "Big Red," the Macatawa Lighthouse located near Holland, Michigan, is captured on paper during a beautiful sunny afternoon.Visit her website
  • Carl R. Sams Professional wildlife photographer from Michigan. His photographs have appeared in national and international publications. Travels throughout United States and Canada for his subjects.
  • Dave Barnhouse An American Classic,known for his paintings of small towns scenes with insight and inspiration.
  • Charles Peterson The Summer Place recalling fondest childhood memories and remembering being together as a family... and how good that felt.
  • Geoffrey Harding Fascinated with the lore of the Eastern Woodland Indians, has helped him paint effectively a reflection of that now-vanished way of life.
  • Pat Norton A Michigan artist known for her Great Lake ships and scenes.
  • Linda Nelson Stocks The Frisky Mermaid has always been a favorite gathering place for the people living alont the shores of Buzzars Bay.
  • Maple Leaf Gallery
    Katy and John Nash
    17153 Garfield Rd
    Olivet, MI 49076

    Phone: 517-930-3054
    Email: art@mapleleafgallery.com

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