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Holodook is one of America's finest painters of Santa Claus, country
Americana, and everything Christmas. In the small towns and villages of
Holodook's America you can sip the cider, sit by the cracker barrel, go
sugaring and skating in the winter and enjoy life as it used to be, and
perhaps ought to be.
The artist has created hundreds of pieces of art, many of them folk art and
Americana that sold quickly in the traditional markets and galleries of
the Hudson River Valley, and many of his works grace fine homes as well as
major corporations, among them Ernst & Young and ITG Boston. He
has also created restoration artwork for the Sacred Heart Church and for
the St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church, both in Hudson, New York.
In recent years
Holodook has turned his interests toward another St. Nicholas -- Santa
Claus -- as well as other holiday-related images which show the influence
of the works of Norman Rockwell and the Wyeths on his art. Joseph
paints primarily in oil on canvas, and his works range in size from 16x20
The artist has
licensed his work broadly. Licensees for which he has created
artwork include Hallmark, Evergreen Enterprises, C&F Enterprises,
Hearthside Home, JCA, Leanin' Tree, Limited Treasures, Ne'Qwa, Pure
Country Weavers, PaperKraft, Ravensburger, Pictura, Tweel, Wincraft, NCE,
UNICEF and many others both here and abroad.
Porterfield's Fine Art Licensing, Joseph Holodook began to license his
artistic works into a broad range of home decor and decorative products.
These efforts have broadened public awareness of his art and increased his
name recognition throughout the United States and have helped make him one
of America's best-loved painters of country Americana themes.
For information on how to license the works of Joseph Holodook,
call Lance Klass at Porterfield's, (800) 660-8345 or email Porterfield's now.
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