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By Dave Gilsvik
Original oil painting on stretched canvas by Dave Gilsvik. Size: 24.25 W x 24.5 H inches. Available for viewing at our Grand Marais gallery.
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Sivertson is thrilled to help people discover, fall in love with, and own one-of-a-kind paintings by some of the most talented and emerging artists of the north. Original paintings are hand-painted by the artist and owned only by you.
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Dave paints northern Minnesota landscapes with a free-flowing style infused with emotion and color, expressing his love for the place he calls home. He studied at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, the University of New Mexico, and Yale University’s prestigious summer program. Dave painted billboards, eventually creating Gilsvik Signs and Murals in Two Harbors before turning into a full-time artist. “The world of nature has always been my world of choice. My method is to simply observe nature and pay attention, both to the nature in front of me and the nature inside of me.”
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