We had spent the day in the mountains and now as we packed, tired, hungry, hot and sticky into the minivan to make our way back to the cabin, we were frayed. The music played and the road stretched on and on and our gas gauge was low. Dangerously low. And we drove like that for quite some time. Now we were looking for a gas station. Frantic as the roads continued to stretch and the kids bickered, whined and cried in the back seat; we could not run out of gas. Finding a station online proved nearly impossible as internet service was shoddy at best; and so when we came to a fork in the road, with maybe five miles left to our tank of gas, the stakes were high. When our car sputtered down a hill and we saw this sign ahead, a collective sigh of relief was audible.
- 6" x 6" x 1.5"
- Ready to hang!
- Materials: Acrylic paint; Gallery wrapped canvas; Resin; Metal D Hook; Paper backing
- Paintings are done on 1.5” thick gallery wrapped canvas. The first layer of paint I use in each piece is carried over to the back. The juxtaposition from first layer on the sides of the canvas, to the final layer on the front, create additional viewing areas and added interest to each piece. With the sides painted, frames are also unnecessary; you will spend no more money or time shopping for a frame to match your decor. Simply hang your artwork and enjoy!
- Care: Painting has been coated with a high quality resin material. Keep out of direct sunlight and away from high moisture. Keep indoors. To clean, gently wipe resin surface with clean cloth. For stubborn dirt or dust, a damp rag with mild soap can be used to clean. Paper backing should only be wiped with a dry cloth.