Designer Shares Propitious Kershisnik Art Collection Info And Caramel Cheesecake Bites Bonus Recipe (Cont'd.)

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In developing a collection of art, it can be an overwhelming undertaking.  Moreover, decorating with a rich palette is highly appealing. But so often, unfortunately, exorbitantly expensive.

Then there's this artist from Kanosh, Utah . . . and this guy is hot, and only getting hotter.

Let me tell you Darlin,' Brian Kershisnik's stuff is an astounding investment.

Not only does his work sell out quickly, which can make it 'hard to get,' but check this out! Brian Kershisnik's original art sells for $50,000 to $100,000! Now you (and I!) can revel in the magic of his art, in your very own living room! A very limited edition quantity of signed and numbered giclee Kershisnik prints are available. These signed Kershisnik prints are beautiful, but, moreover, they are affordable. Read on.

His work sells quickly which makes it 'hard to get'. But, check this out!  You can have this, you can have Brian Kershisnik's magical art that sells for $50,000 to $100,000 - in your home - in limited edition, signed and numbered giclee Kershisnik prints. Read on.

I just got word today that the giclee print, "She Will Find What Is Lost," is close to selling out!

"She Will Find What Is Lost" (Below)

AND . . . check out this other very relevant tidbit for the savvy art collector: the original oil painting of "She Will Find That Which Is Lost," just sold today, April 18, 2014, for $82,800 from the Park City Meyer Gallery.  (Click here to see the actual Gallery listing).

Yes, Brian Kershisnik's originals sell. And for some hefty amounts.

His signed and numbered prints are high on appeal, but at a lesser cost. To see this piece as a limited edition, signed and numbered giclee print - which you now know, is close to selling out - click here.

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Brian Kershisnik was raised as a global citizen. He traveled extensively with his parents and brothers, until he settled in Utah as a young adult. This exposure to many cultures, combined with a rich and fulfilling family life, shaped his world view. His paintings are deeply personal expressions of life's simple joys and the subtleties that can be found within that emotional realm. Initially drawn to architecture and ceramics, his gift for painting emerged early in his career. Today his studio occupies a historic dance hall in Kanosh, Utah. (Click here to read a published interview with Brian Kershisnik.)

Brian Kershisnik's art has been sold, and is on display all over the world. The original oil painting of "Lovers Running," shown at right, sold for $52,000 and it now lives in this lovely Scottsdale, Arizona home. (Click here to see the article in Traditional Home.)

Kershisnik is a legend of our time. His oil paintings are hugely popular, selling for incredible amounts; and, they go quickly. This makes his more attainable, limited, signed and numbered giclee prints, of such special import.

When someone has fallen in love, say, with one like the piece (below) named, "Angels," it is heartbreaking to find out, that this edition has just sold out.

I have personally had to tell thrilled and hopeful customers that the stunning artwork they have envisioned inside their own home, is sold out.

To me, art and artwork are the soul of a home and this artwork is joyful for the soul. I encourage you to move on this piece, if you are a Kershisnik fan, or share (tweet, facebook) with others who may be. Keep a heads up on this contemporary American artist - he's shaking up the art world.

For more information about collecting art, especially on a budget, click here.

Caramel Cheesecakes Bites


19 ounces cream cheese
3 eggs
1/4 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla

1/2 cup granulated sugar 
2 tablespoons water 
1 tablespoon butter
1/2 cup evaporated milk 

1 cup almond meal
1/2 cup slivered almonds
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 teaspoon fine Sea Salt
1/4 teaspoon ground Cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon Baking Soda
1/4 cup melted butter


  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees F
  2. Crush your slivered almonds.
  3. In a mixing bowl whisk together the almond flour, almonds, baking soda, salt, sugar and cinnamon. Add the butter and combine with a spoon.
  4. Line a muffin tin with liners. Push the almond mixture into the bottom of the liners.
  5. Bake for 10 minutes to set.
  1. Turn oven down to 300 degrees F.
  2. In a mixing bowl, add cream cheese, vanilla, sugar and eggs.
  3. Beat until light and fluffy.
  4. Spoon mixture into the muffin tins with prepared almond crust.
  5. Bake for 40 minutes.
  6. While cakes are cooking, start on the carmel.
  1. Combine granulated sugar and 2 tablespoons water in a medium, heavy saucepan over medium-high heat; cook until sugar dissolves, stirring gently for 3 minutes.
  2. Stop stirring and continue cooking 10 minutes or until the color of light brown sugar.
  3. Remove from heat; carefully stir in butter and milk.
  4. Place pan over medium-high heat until caramelized sugar melts.
  5. Bring to a boil; cook 1 minute.
  1. Remove pan from heat; cool caramel to room temperature.
  2. Cover and chill 1 hour or until slightly thickened.
  3. Take cheesecakes out of the oven when they are done.
  4. Once cool, the middle will slightly fall and this the the perfect indent for caramel.

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