James Bonner watercolor giclee sale benefits HAM | Rock Candy

Thursday, November 20, 2014

James Bonner watercolor giclee sale benefits HAM

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The Historic Arkansas Museum is selling giclees of a watercolor by James M. Bonner, "December Snow," to raise money for its unique living history program. The watercolor is of the door to the Hinderliter Tavern, the historic building at the corner of Third and Cumberland where many of you have picked up pawpaws and put 'em in your pocket with director Bill Worthen, and it will remind you of the fun. The giclees are $250, and the edition is limited to 250. Call 324-9351 to buy one.

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