Celebrity Portraits by Dan Crandall in featured exhibit

Chelan - Everyone is invited to view the newest art exhibit at the Lake  Chelan Library running now through Oct. 19.  Watercolor artist Dan Crandall has painted the likes of Clint Eastwood, Cary Grant, Winston  Churchill and John McCain among the 16 original artworks on display. The staff of the library  have added books and DVDs, featuring the subjects, for added interest. In addition, Dan has  included in the exhibit three landscapes of local views: the Lady of the Lake, Lake Chelan from  Stehekin Bay and Stevens Pass in Autumn.
The Lake Chelan Library is open Monday through Saturday and is located at 216 N. Emerson.
Stop in and wander through this delightful exhibit of celebrity portraits, created by local artist  Dan Crandall.
About the Artist: After graduating from the Art Center College of Design, Dan pursued a career  as a commercial interior designer, design director and architectural illustrator. Toward the end  of his career, he taught art and design to college students in Seattle. Since retiring, he has  rediscovered his early love for watercolor, while allowing his formal art and design education to  guide his paintings. Currently, Dan is the President of the Lake Chelan Arts Council.

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