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Whether you're looking for a gift for someone or for yourself, this is the perfect gift for Wildcats who love the University of Arizona! Featuring the painting 'Fountain at Old Main', this rectangular ornament is tempered glass, and has a ribbon hanger.
Size: 3" x 4"
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Add a personal touch of style and warm glow throughout your home or office with art by Diana Madaras.
How did a Jersey girl become a desert dweller who walked away from a successful marketing career to pursue her passion for art? In Private Spaces, explore Madaras' inspiring and sometimes heart-wrenching life journey on the way to becoming one of the region’s most well-known and influential artists.
Private Spaces is also a 20-year retrospective of exquisitely reproduced paintings. The 150 images in the book begin with her first watercolors from the Bahamas and Greece, and continue with later work from her African sojourn and South Dakota Artist Rides. In her unique and colorful style, southwest landscapes, animals and florals are portrayed from 1992 to present, along with newer paintings that few have seen.
160 pages–Hard Cover book 9.5" x 11.5"; 150 paintings : 105 photographs
Flowers at Old Main - I was commissioned to do a painting of Old Main and asked to choose an unexpected vantage point that incorporated lots of color and surprise.
Fountain at Old Main - This beautiful fountain is located on the west end of the University of Arizona campus. John and Peggy Morehouse were engaged at this fountain 43 years ago and commissioned the painting to commemorate their anniversary.
Inside Sentiment: "Happy Hanukkah! Wishing you all the best this holiday season."
Inside Sentiment: "A wish for peace and happiness at Christmas and throughout the New Year."
5 3/4" x 8" spiral bound journal with 80 lined pages.
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