New Work from Bart Levy

Add some Zen to Your Space

Route 15 to Gordonsville

30″ x 40″


Quiet scenes of rolling hills 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.



That golden light when late afternoon is just about to turn to evening, people are heading home, thinking about spending some time outside after dinner, maybe with someone special. Though these two paintings were painted separately, they would make a wonderful diptych on someone’s living room wall or in their office. Each is 20″ x 20″. Interested in both? Special pricing is available. Let’s talk.

Current and Upcoming Exhibits

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

August 10-11 – Spotsy Art Festival, outdoors, 9101 Courthouse Rd. Spotsylvania, VA. Just an hour north of Richmond! My first time here, but I understand the quality is quite high.

September 14 – Lynchburg Art Festival, outdoors at E.C. Glass High School. Art only, no crafts, at this show.

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