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Nov 11, 2015

We're excited to have Art From Architecture joining us at the Holiday Boutique. Local artist Bernadette "Bernie" Lee started this business in 2015 after almost thirty years as a fine wine professional. A shoulder injury left her unable to lift crates of wine, but she could still wield a pen and paintbrush. Her previous hobby of painting landscapes and drawing custom home portraits has evolved into a passion for creating lasting memories of places that people hold close to their heart.


Visit Bernie and the Art From Architecture team at the Holiday Boutique in Booth 14 to discover beautiful pieces you can surprise your loved ones with this holiday season. But first, get to know this KC artist and her business a little better by reading our brief interview below.

Please describe your product.

"I create lasting memories of places that people hold close to their heart with prints of my finely detailed pen and ink and watercolor paintings."


What is your price range?

$$ -- $20 - $50

Will you have any featured items?

"Watercolor prints of Kauffman Stadium and other Kansas City iconic landmarks."

Why would your product make the perfect holiday gift?

"The Royals World Series Championship makes "The K" matted watercolor print perfect for any fan at an affordable price for the holidays."

What is your favorite part of the Holiday Boutique?

"The excitement of the holidays."

Is there anything else you think folks should know about your business?

"I also draw custom home portraits."


The Holiday Boutique takes over the Overland Park Convention Center November 19-22, 2015. With hundreds of local and national retailers showcasing the latest products in fashion, accessories, home decor, gourmet food, and more, it's the place to get all your holiday shopping done.


Don't have tickets yet? Get 2-for-1 when you visit the Holiday Boutique Facebook page. Treat a friend or family member to the show - we can't wait to see you there!

OVERLAND PARK CONVENTION CENTER
NOVEMBER 19-22, 2015.



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