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r By Rebecca Lee Perry

The artistic imaginings of Krystal Cooper Meldrum have been created from the time she was able to able to hold a crayon. Her hunger for art was nurtured by parents and teachers until she finally pursued her passion to expand her command of media by attending BYU-Idaho and BYU where she attained a Bachelor of Fine Art in Illustration in 2001.

Her voice as an artist has been described as a color dancer that captures themes of strengthening marriages and families. Her whimsical artwork is created with a range of mediums including watercolor brushos crystals, watercolor crayons, inktense watercolor pencils, acrylic markers, oil sticks, krink markers, oil pastels, acrylic, oil, watercolor, collage, tombow markers, mixed media, and digital.

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For a limited time, one may view the artist paintings at the Krystal Meldrum Art Show at Peteetneet Academy (10 S. 600 E. Payson, Utah 84651.) The show will run from January 5 – February 24, 2018, Monday-Saturday 10:00 – 4:00 p.m. Join the artist for live demonstrations every Saturday during the show from 10:00 – 2:00 p.m. The Artist Reception is Friday January 19, 2018 from 6-8 p.m. at the Peteetneet Academy.

Krystal teaches art lessons for ages 8 to adult every third Thursday of the month for $15 a lesson. For more details contact her at (801) 616-1951 and one may also view her live videos on her youtube channel at Krystal Meldrum the Color Dancer at the link below.

Follow the artistic journey of Krystal Meldrum the Color Dancer here:rInstagram: @krystalmeldrumrFacebook: @krystalmeldrumthecolordancerrWebsite: https://krystalmeldrum.comrYouTube: Krystal Meldrum The Color Dancer

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