Wishing you a Snowy Christmas!
|A small portion of my latest snow scene RIGHT SIDE|
I am guessing if you have opened this page, you like folk art. I happen to love it, too, along with a lot of other styles. The other day I got it into my mind that I wanted to try to make A NEW greeting card for Christmas. I wasn't using my head though, on this one, because the format was all wrong for a Christmas Card. I am going to sell this on my ETSY store KOLENESPICHER. Please look it up!
|A small section of the LEFT side of this painting|
As I was saying, the FRAME is sort of an odd size. It would be perfect for a whale. I happened to fall in love with it, however, because someone a long time ago hand-grained it. I sold myself on it thinking that I could make it work--Wrong! It doesn't work for a greeting card.
I am afraid that my Apple Iphone camera is starting to fade away. The pictures are not good quality. This is a little blurry which is why I included the top two pictures first.
|The size on this is 15 3/4" x 7 3/4" (almost 8" really)|
Here's a great shot of the frame, as I said, this was hand-grained very long ago. I would put this at nearly 100 years old (the frame). It might be 1920s. Its really a guess.
|This was all 13! I STILL have the original of ONE FOR ME AND ONE FOR SISTER|
That is the snow scene in the photo above that is pictured
with the grained piece from long ago.