After more than 50 hours of preparation and meticulous work with her paint brush and palette of colors, artist Liz Hutchinson-Sperry finally finished the immense 7-foot-by-10-foot, 8-inch reproduction of Claude Monet’s 1916 “Water Lillies.”
She reproduced his painting, then added a portrait of Monet that she had found in an old book. She had spent most afternoons and countless evenings working in the Goff Gallery at the Visual Arts Center after teaching all day at her Red Hat Studio.
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