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Emil And The Night Visitor Bookmark

By Howard Sivertson

Howard Sivertson at Sivertson

Bookmarks are printed on premium card stock and embellished with a colorful tassel. They are 2 W x 8 H inches in size and make unique gifts—a fun and inexpensive way to enjoy favorite art prints!

$4.95

Questions? Call 218-387-2491. We’re here to help and available daily from 10-5 Mon-Sat and 10-4 Sun (CST).

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Howard Sivertson

Raised as a third generation commercial fisherman on Isle Royale, Howard worked hard harvesting trout and herring from the cold waters of Lake Superior. Those impressions and experiences inspired his studies at the Minneapolis School of Art and the University of Minnesota. He then spent 25 years in commercial art before settling in Grand Marais, where he has been painting and writing ever since. Howard works primarily in watercolor and oils either on location or in his studio. Both a landscape and narrative artist, he paints the scenes and historical tales of the North Shore, Isle Royale, and the BWCA. "Artists are natural storytellers using painted pictures instead of word pictures."

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