VAN GOGH’s Starry Night Mixed with our Little Aspen Town - SHERRI MIGNONNE


Thanks to SHERRI MIGNONNE, you can now have your very own Starry Night with a twist of Aspen…not just the very nature of Aspen but Many of our most recognizable buildings and landmarks. The Aspen Art Museum, Elks building, Aspen block and the The Opera House.

According to History Lists, Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” is one of the top 20 most famous artworks in the world. Vincent Van Gogh Gallery states that Starry Night stands out for two main reasons…It was painted while he was living in Saint-Remy asylum, which Vincent admitted himself to after cutting part of his left ear off. The other reason being because the work was done by pure memory from inside instead of his usual preference of being outdoors.

Her use of metallic colors makes her work completely transform in the light...

SHERRI’s imagination truly has no limit… Which is one of many reasons SHERRI is our signature Aspen artist. She is known for her incredible playfulness and bending of rules… leaving what color Aspen leaves should be up to your imagination.

Displayed below is the real aspen block, SHERRI’s depiction and Van Gogh’s depiction of his little town.

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Here are some of the key elements of the piece that beautifully molds Aspen with one of the most recognizable paintings on Earth.

Starry Night “Crown” 36x36

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