Betsy Shepardson ’75

I enjoy painting iconic cityscapes and am just finishing up a painting of the Parlor of the Molly Brown House Museum at Christmas. This is a beautifully restored house that depicts Denver and the neighborhood at the turn of the 20th century. It also tells the story of the life of the real Molly Brown, survivor of the Titanic.

I live in Denver, Colorado where I have a studio in my house and a gallery in Central City. These original paintings of "Georgetown Christmas Market" and "Molly Brown House Museum Parlor at Christmas were both planned for use as holiday or notecards. The panoramic 5" x 14" Georgetown card features St. Nicholas and Victorian carolers, while the house museum is a 5"x 7" image of historic Denver. I would like to do a same size giclee prints of the "Molly Brown House Museum Parlor at Christmas", as well.

Painting, Molly Brown House Museum Parlot at Christmas"Molly Brown House Museum Parlor at Christmas"
Gouache on paper
16" high x 20" wide.

The print would be the same size and the top and bottom margin would be cropped for the card, still showing the image on the room.

Painting, Georgetown Christmas Market"Georgetown Christmas Market"
Gouache on paper
10 1/2" high x 28 1/2" wide