Sometimes a Frame Begs for a Bit of Paint

blogbdacChristmas Bears is the featured art of the Bountiful Davis Art Center 2013 Holiday Show. The opening reception was great and I met some wonderful artists. The art work is priced for holiday gift buying and the show runs from November 15th to December 21. The art center is temporarily located up in Farmington in the old court house on the second floor. That is also where the classes are held. My watercolor class will start up in January for anyone who wants to take it. Christmas Bears is available as a giclee print at the show.

"Christmas Bears" Giclee print by Sherry Meidell

“Christmas Bears” Giclee print by Sherry Meidell

I found the perfect frame for this giclee’ print. It’s a heavy wooden frame that seemed to fit the watercolor painting. It needed just a touch of something, so I used a little Rub n Buff Spanish Copper and painted some little red berries and green leaves on the frame. It gives it a real old fashion Christmas touch. This giclee along with three of my oils and other art by Catherine Hostetter, Greg Newbold, Simon Winegar, Rebecca Hartvigsen and Diane Turner to name a few, are ¬†available for purchase. It is a great show. Be sure to check it out at the art center.

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About Sherry Meidell

Sherry Meidell is a signature member of the National Watercolor Society and the Utah Watercolor Society. She loves to paint with watercolor whether she is painting pictures or illustrating children's picture books.
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2 Responses to Sometimes a Frame Begs for a Bit of Paint

  1. Deena Millecam says:

    Oh how I love your fun, creative, one-of-a- kind artwork! Thanks for getting my juices ready for Christmas! Would you please send me info for your classes!

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