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Hawaiian artists travel to Breck art show

Danny and Jan Bushart will be showcasing their jewelry and paintings at the Gathering of the Great Divides Art Festival in Breckenridge. This husband-wife team from Hawaii will share their award-winning artwork during the three-day event.
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Danny and Jan Bushart will be showcasing their jewelry and paintings at the Gathering of the Great Divides Art Festival in Breckenridge. This husband-wife team from Hawaii will share their award-winning artwork during the three-day event.

Danny Bushart, owner of Romantic Jewelry, has been designing and crafting silver and gold jewelry for more than 30 years. Romantic Jewelry is based primarily in Maui, Hawaii; however, you can find Danny and his wife Jan in various locations throughout the year as they travel to and from mainland art shows. Jan uses color, tone, and light to convey the beauty of the natural world.

Both artists work directly from nature, incorporating the perfect sense of design that nature offers into their artwork. Jan Bushart, known for her oil paintings (painted on location), is the founder and president of Plein Air Painters of Hawaii, an organization with more than 150 members including quite a few Colorado artists. She has won numerous awards and honors, including Best of Show at the Evergreen Fine Arts Festival, 2013. She paints up to 4X5-foot canvases on location and in the studio throughout Hawaii and Colorado. Jan Bushart will be showing a mixture of Colorado landscapes and Hawaii seascapes. Jan’s work can be found in galleries throughout Hawaii and at select Colorado art shows. Visit her website at http://www.janbushart.com.

Danny Bushart creates designs inspired by Hawaii and Colorado flowers. Influenced by the Art Nouveau and Romantic eras, Danny incorporates graceful lines in his silver and gold jewelry sets. His impeccable craftsmanship and delicately designed jewelry can only be found in galleries throughout Hawaii, at art shows and on his website at http://www.romanticjewelry.com.


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