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Snow Artwork

Snow art is as unique as the season it represents. However, this form of art is generally rejected in for usage in office decor, while being highly popular in households. This is largely because this form of art is not only a reflection of the beauty of winter, but also for the things that winter represents in most cultures. Themes of survival, death, fortitude, and hard-won challenges are the domain of blizzard and snow art, as well as hope, reuniting with loved ones, and the simple joys of life that mean so much during the cold months. Because of the deeply personal themes of blizzard art, it makes sense that this art form is used in a more personal setting, rather than an impersonal one, such as a business office or suite.

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Winter Cardinals
by Janet Stever
20" x 16"
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Pine Forest In The Snow, Yosemite Nation
by Ansel Adams
24" x 36"
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Solitude
by David Lorenz Winston
24" x 36"
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Snowman With Tophat
by William Vanderdasson
16" x 20"
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A Walk in the Woods
by Stephen Lyman
36" x 26"
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Christmas Village
by Richard Burns
36" x 29"
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Heaven On Earth 1
by Nicky Boehme
24" x 20"
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Snowman With Wreath
by William Vanderdasson
16" x 20"
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A Winter's Day
by Dan Campanelli
32" x 22"
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Lone Wolf
by Collin Bogle
12" x 15"
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Snow Leopard - Snow Ghost
by Collin Bogle
16" x 16"
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Cardinal
by J.D. McFarlan
20" x 16"
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Winter Sunset
by Dubravko Raos
36" x 24"
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Merry Christmas
by Nicky Boehme
24" x 19"
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Country Christmas
by Debbi Wetzel
18" x 14"
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Husky Ski Co
by Ryan Fowler
16" x 20"
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The Magpie, 1869
by Claude Monet
36" x 24"
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Winter Sunset
by Nicky Boehme
36" x 28"
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Snowman I
by Kim Lewis
12" x 12"
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Winter Trees II
by Ilona Wellmann
28" x 20"
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Farmhouse Christmas
by Lori Deiter
16" x 12"
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Boston Common at Twilight, 1885-86
by Childe Hassam
36" x 26"
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Wolf - Broken Silence
by Collin Bogle
12" x 15"
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Snow Mouse
by Susan Rios
12" x 12"
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Good Old Days
by Nicky Boehme
36" x 28"
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A Fine Winter's Eve
by Nicky Boehme
24" x 19"
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Winter Trees III
by Ilona Wellmann
28" x 20"
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City Lights NYC
by Rod Chase
30" x 32"
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American Homestead Winter
by Currier and Ives
16" x 12"
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Full Moon
by Ray Hendershot
19" x 13"
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Train in the Snow or The Locomotive, 1875
by Claude Monet
24" x 18"
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Winter Chickadees
by Randy Van Beek
24" x 17"
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On Walden Pond
by Nicholas Santoleri
18" x 12"
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Christmas Affinity VI
by James Wiens
18" x 12"
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Red Barn Winter
by Debbi Wetzel
18" x 9"
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Because of its personal nature, however, several artists have created truly beautiful works of art using this subject for inspiration. Artists such as Monet, Sorenson, and Alphonse Mucha have created delicate works that portray the mysterious beauty and enchantment of the winter season. Because of the reflective qualities required for the depiction of believable snow, this form of art requires skill and patience in order to create the sense of depth typical of this art form. Animals and people are frequently included in this category of art, either as a main or secondary subject to the work. These snow paintings can serve as an example of human joy and fortitude, with the snowy imagery as an effective backdrop to the other subjects. Blizzard and snow art that are simply landscapes in nature are also highly effective as emotive pieces. These pictures can depict homes, foliage, and other stationary objects. These are very accurately considered 'still' life paintings because they depict the still perfection of deep winter. These depictions can have a variety of themes involved in their creation, but the majority of them provide a place of quiet contemplation for the viewer's mind while still being aesthetically pleasing to the eye.
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