Snefnug Studios
Welcome to Snefnug Studio! For all of you non-Scandinavians out there, "Snefnug" means "Snowflake" in Danish. My husband is a true Dane and when we got married, I wanted to include him in my artistic endeavors, so I asked him for Danish words for all kinds of things (Butterfly, Rainbow - you get the "drift). I finally asked him what was Danish for snowflake and he said, "Snefnug". I liked it. So now all of you know a little bit of Danish too! Have fun going through the site. As you can see, I paint alot of different subjects, and they are all transparent watercolor, so have fun browsing and above all, enjoy yourselves at Snefnug Studio.
Kristin Ranney
4022 W. Golden Barrel Street
Eagle, Idaho 83616 » Idaho Watercolor Society

Posts Tagged ‘Idaho Watercolor Society’


Ok – I know it’s been awhile….and there is so much to tell!  First, my latest painting “Storms” was juried into the Idaho Watercolor Society’s 2011 exhibition (currently hanging at the BSU Student Building until June 22) which is always a good thing.  I have just added it to the Profile Page and the Store […]

February Frolics

This month has started on an up note – which is always a good thing during the winter duldrums.  One of my paintings was accepted into the Capitol Rotunda show put on by the Idaho Watercolor Society for all of it’s members.  The show runs from March 1 through the 13th and is in the […]

It’s been awhile…..

I know I know – just don’t know where the time goes and all of a sudden you are in DECEMBER and you haven’t updated your Blog page in FOREVER…..good grief!  SO – here are some up dates for you (at least the ones I can remember). I took a watercolor workshop this year with […]

New News

May has been such a great month that I hardly know where to begin… I will.  After taking down the exhibition from the Meridian City Hall building, I found out that the painting “Miz Bourbon Retires” was accepted into the Idaho Watercolor Society’s 2009 juried show.  YAY!!!!!!  Ole and I brought it down to the […]

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