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Let Heaven And Nature Sing: Merry Christmas From Mountain Journal

Sue Cedarholm Paints A Glowing Elk Antler Archway In Jackson, Wyoming's Downtown Squre

In "Watercolor Diary," her ongoing series, Sue Cedarholm has been painting one new work, every day, on a schedule overlapping from one year to the next. The widely-traveled Jackson Hole artist chronicles her forays into nature using a brush.

In day 273, Cedarholm paints one of the most beloved landmarks in Jackson Hole after the Tetons—the snowy, inviting glow of her community's elk antler archways located into Jackson's central town square.  Few human-built structures better convey the rustic charm of Greater Yellowstone.

On behalf of Mountain Journal and the artist, we bid you sweet holidays with your loved ones. Let heaven and nature sing. 

PS: Check out Sue Cedarholm's Watercolor Diary taking you through a year of earthly seasons.
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