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(KSL News) A work of art from Utah is part of the White House Christmas. Bryce Canyon National Park has earned a spot as part of the White House holiday decorations.
This year's theme is "Holiday in the National Parks," and the Bryce Canyon ornament is one of hundreds decorating the White House Christmas tree.
It was hand painted by local artist Daniel J. Cloud, who also serves as the chief of maintenance for Bryce Canyon.
Done in oil paint, the ornament shows views of Thor's Hammer, Natural Bridge and the Douglas Firs of Wall Street.