Scranton-centric Holiday Ornaments

November 30, 2012 | By administrator

Source: via First Friday Scranton on Pinterest

American Artist Jack Puhl Adds New Scranton Landmarks to Holiday Collection 

Scranton native and American artist Jack Puhl, known for his watercolor works throughout the country, and in Scranton specifically for  his paintings of local landmarks, will be adding to his holiday collection this year. “Christmas Eve At The Globe “,  ”Scrantastic Holiday Lights” and “Holiday Arrives At Lackawanna Station” are now immortalized as limited edition ornaments, on sale 12/1/12 exclusively at Lavish Body+Home or online at Mr. Puhl’s art and ornament signing will also be featured on First Friday, 12/7/12, at LAVISH Body+Home, 600 Linden St, Scranton. Mr. Puhl’s 2010 AND 2011 collections featuring Scranton landmarks were a sell out.

Born in Scranton, PA., Jack Puhl is best known throughout the country for his watercolor works on paper. Jack Puhl holds a BA in Integrative Arts from Penn State University and as an emerging artist in the Chicago Art scene, Jack’s art grew to popularity through his original art – greeting cards. His work is available exclusively in specialty locations such as quaint boutiques, luxury hotels and select galleries throughout the country.

Jack’s art is simple in theme with a soft interpretation that welcomes you inside. You may feel the chill of winter, hear the soft rustle of leaves, or anticipate a distant rumble of thunder; he allows you to participate in the scene. Jack’s art has gained national attention particularly through his unique and quiet scenes of city life. He finds inspiration from his many travels but especially from the places he has called home: The Pocono Mountains and Lancaster County Pennsylvania; Washington DC; New York City and Chicago. From this inspiration, Jack highlights the simplicity of country life in concert with urban living.

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