Framed Texas map shows the Lone Star state the way it was in 1878. Reproduction map has lots of detail for history lovers with calligraphied lettering, topography and counties indicated in color. Beautiful detail shows railroad lines, roadways, and waterways. Also portrays adjacent state and territories. Includes frame, $495
American artist Edna Hibel (1927 – 2014) had a prolific career. Born in Massachusetts, she began early (age 9) and studied at the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts. She’s known for her use of color and drawing skill. This Edna Hibel lithograph is a wonderful example of her work. Entitled “Me Myself and I”, it’s framed and ready to enjoy in your collection.
Odd and interesting teak molten glass pitcher is made from teak roots pulled from the ground; the gnarled shape determines how the glass will flow. Teak is a sought-after wood from Indonesia for art and decorative furniture. It’s very durable and produces a natural oil that acts as a weather proofing agent. The glass in fits the root base, but lifts off for use and cleaning.
Molten glass shapes naturally to the gnarled teakwood root to make this unusual pitcher, $260
Indoor outdoor artwork is made to display inside or out. 30″ x 40″ canvases have colorful scenes including interesting alleyways in quaint towns. Each is mounted on a durable frame, is UV protected and completely waterproof. Included with each is special mounting hardware so you can hang them on your fence or an outdoor patio wall.
Do you have a kitchen window that looks onto your neighbor’s fence? Imagine viewing one of these instead. Want to hang artwork in your master bathroom or pool area? These are made to withstand the humidity. Have a small porch or patio that needs a little color? Put in one of these pictures and you’ll never kill another potted plant.