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Original painting on masonite panel with rear hidden frame (painting may be hung directly on wall) by Liz Sivertson. Size: 9 W x 12 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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Liz has lived near Lake Superior most of her life. Currently she resides just over the hill from Grand Marais in a small house/studio. Her easel stands at the window with a big view where she paints whimsical and richly-colored images of the North Woods—from moose to bears to brilliant northern lights. Liz graduated from the University of Minnesota Duluth and has been painting seriously since the late 1980s. Her early experiences at Isle Royale included “Beaches, bonfires, picnics; moose, fox, fish and toads; riding big seas in little boats…”
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