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Snow Day!
Snow Day!

Grey Day, Snow Showers by Ellen Bradshaw Painting, Oil on Canvas 36.0 inch x 48.0 inch $5800

In winter, many of us wish for a snow day. With the promise of staying home from school and work if the roads are closed, the idea of being cozy inside playing games all day by the fireplace is quite ideal.

Aspen Shadow Silhouettes by Carrie MaKenna Painting, Acrylic on Canvas 40.0 inch x 30.0 inch $2600

While that may not be everyone’s reality, a snow day still has broad appeal. If you’re an active, outdoorsy person, getting out in the fresh snow may be top priority. In our minds, snow days can be memorialized by lovely snow scenes hanging on the wall for us to reflect upon all year round.

Benches In Snow by Norman Lerner Photograph, Archival Ink Jet 31.0 inch x 42.0 inch $1500

Some highlights are here! If you have the fortune of being safely inside during a massive snow storm this winter, we hope you can make the most of it, enjoy yourselves and possibly even find ways to be productive! Don’t forget, our gallery at Zatista.com is always open, even when your roads are closed.

SNOW DAY ! by Chin H Shin Painting, Oil on Canvas 30.0 inch x 24.0 inch $3300

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