New Work from Bart Levy

Add some Zen to Your Space

Evening Comes to the Marsh

36″ x 48″


Quiet scenes of sky, water, trees and distant horizons. Peaceful images of dawn on the coast, moonrise on water and flowers that never fade. They’re enough to make you take a deep breath and say …ahhhhh. That’s exactly why I paint them.

For purchase info on this and other paintings visit the Shop. Other work include more landscapes of the beautiful Virginia and North Carolina countryside and floral paintings. This and all paintings on this site are original oil paintings.

Be sure to visit my Gallery for size and price of each painting on this page as well as lots more work, or go straight to the Shop page to make a favorite painting yours. Or check out the new Print Galllery for an affordable alternative to your favorite original painting.

If you have a favorite view or place or blossom or memory, I’m ready to capture that in a painting just or you. It’s a nerve jangling world out there and a bit of Zen may be just what you need in your life.

Ready for Spring Planting 

10″ x 12″


This is what rural Essex County, Virginia, looks like in April – as I suspect it does in many other parts of the northern hemisphere. Open fields, big skies, bursting with energy. Painted in plein air.

Be sure to visit the Shop page to make a favorite painting yours.

Current and Upcoming Exhibits

Current – Several paintings are now on exhibit at Carolina Creations Gallery, New Bern, NC.

April 27 – June 19 – 6th Annual South-Atlantic Juried Exhibition Juried show with 19 other artists at The Montpelier Center for Arts & Education, Montpelier, VA.

May 27 – June 30 – Page Gallery  Juried exhibition at VMRC in Harrisonburg. Opening reception June 3.

June 1 – 2 – Arts in the Middle  Art fair at the historic Hewick Plantation near Urbanna, VA, about an hour east of Richmond.

Through June 19 – Art: In the Garden  Three floral paintings will appear in this juried exhibit at Lewis Ginger Botanical Garden, Crossroads Art Center and St. Stephens Cafe, Richmond.

My favorite tools/toys

If I found a hundred bucks on the sidewalk, I’d look around to see if anyone obvious dropped it. But if the sidewalk was otherwise empty, I’d definitely put the cash in my pocket – and head to the nearest art supply store. Here's what I'd buy.

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