Oink you going to ask me how much I love BBQ? Who doesn't? Not to forget the fixings, baked beans, coleslaw, melons, cornbread, and desserts. I'm hungry just thinking about it. This American Folk Art Acrylic painting brings back the flavors and the nostalgic past. A family-owned country cafe selling the best BBQ meal in the county. Where the family would meet and enjoy good times.
Summer Watermelon Farm is an American Folk Art acrylic painting reminding us of a family-owned watermelon farm. The charm and character of the lines and colors entice us to enter into a world of serenity, love, and nostalgic times. The composition is in layers from the foreground to the background. American flags fly on the barn roof while multi-ethnic families and friends search for their favo
Julie's American folk art painting depicts her dad's Missouri barn. Her summers were spent there with livestock, ponds, fishing, and open fields. Her painting is slightly romanticized from her youth memories but the farm life remains unchanged. The colors depict natural hues after a storm passes. The textures are rustic and warn. The American flag is on the farm's sign and the tuxedo cat naps in
Hide and seek is a favorite American family pastime. Here in Julie's American folk art oil painting, Julie captures the whimsey of the family fun time. Even the chickens are running to hide off the sides of the painting. Fond memories are found at every edge of this painting.
The first quilt trail was created in Adams County, Ohio, in 2001. Donna Sue Groves wanted to honor her mother, Maxine, and her quilting art by painting a quilt block on their tobacco barn. In talking with friends and neighbors, Donna Sue realized that the project had wide appeal and also could be beneficial to the community as a means to bring tourism and economic development. Instead of a single
Barns are full of stories, reflecting the ways in which, people forged a partnership with the land. Barns tell of past decades of horses pulling plows and turning the soil. They also speak of hard working generations, as people balanced their lives against the hardships of nature. Julie's painting "Winter On The Farm" captures the historic flavor of barns but adds the uniqueness of incorporating