It’s getting to be a Winter Wonderland out there. As a kid, our yard had the biggest hill, so all of the neighbor kids came to slide down it. After each snow, the first one down the hill had the responsibility of making a good path and it was slow going down. Shortly after that, our yard looked like streets packed with icy snow. One goal was to see who could go the furthest into Mr. Stein’s yard. On our bright colored mini-boggans, we would yell at the top of the hill “Scooby Doobie Doo– Where are you?” jump on them and away we would go.
It’s also fun to paint snow. The whole trick is to know where to play the light against the dark, like the buried fire hydrant. Paint the shadows first. For example, I painted these evergreen trees like Dairy Queen cones and then added the branches. Snow often appears darker on vertical shapes and lighter on the ground. The top is a painted maze of snowy branches in varying shades.
A celebration of Artists
One Day Only! December 11, 2021 | 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Fargo Civic Center | 207 4th Street North, Fargo, ND
Arts for the Holidays was started with the simple aim to celebrate artists and the incredible work that they do. Our event provides the community an opportunity to meet and support local artists.
Take advantage of these Holiday Specials:
· Get $10.00 off our 1st Puzzle “Next-in-Line” – a fun Christmas gift that you can enjoy indoors!
· Pre-issue discounts on new Giclée’s $10.00-$25.00 off!
· Buy 1 get 1 FREE calendar matted!
· See new originals as well as framed originals and Giclées!
· Card packs only $8.95 each!