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GARY BODNER

                                               Lemon 48x36 acrylic/oil on canvas

                                               Lemon 48x36 acrylic/oil on canvas

                                          A Long Evening 48x48 acrylic/oil on canvas

                                          A Long Evening 48x48 acrylic/oil on canvas

                                                  Lavender  48x36 acrylic/oil on canvas

                                                  Lavender  48x36 acrylic/oil on canvas

                                                     Charleston 36x36 acrylic/oil on canvas

                                                     Charleston 36x36 acrylic/oil on canvas

                                            She's Working It 40x30 acrylic/oil on canvas

                                            She's Working It 40x30 acrylic/oil on canvas

                         The Dancers  40x30  acrylic/oil on canvas

                         The Dancers  40x30  acrylic/oil on canvas

              A Grand Old Flag  36x48  acrylic/oil on canvas

              A Grand Old Flag  36x48  acrylic/oil on canvas

  Right Angles  48x48  acrylic/oil on canvas

  Right Angles  48x48  acrylic/oil on canvas

GARY BODNER

Gary Bodner is the quintessential renaissance man.  Bodner studied architecture at Miami University of Ohio before entering Chicago Medical School. He earned his medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine and aside from his Medical Practice he has been working on his artistic craft for well over 15 years.  

Bodner finds inspirations for his work in nearly everything he encounters;  From photographs to wildlife to traveling to visiting museums and reading and studying art books.  Bodner enjoys painting all things from stills to landscapes to figures.  He particularly enjoys painting flowers and when asked about some of his specific floral paintings he said, "I really enjoy trying to create my own hybrid flower in a masculine way".