Item #1038 - Professional EXQUISITE IG Needlepoint Canvas "Dogwalk"
This canvas is called Dogwalk. It is designed by our own ITALGREY Sharon Garmize under her professional name of SharonG. The little IG on the right is Sharon's sweet Phyllis. The Art Deco lady is walking her Greyhound with an elegant Whippet to the left. A black cat is standing guard. The scene is reminiscent of the Gold Coast of Florida during the Art Deco period.
Measurements are: 9"x13". It is handpainted by this professional artist on 18 mesh Zweigart Mono Deluxe canvas. This differs from canvases found in needlework stores which are printed.
Needlepoint canvases of this sort are found only in boutique needlework shops. Only the highest quality acrylic paints applied by human hands are used in these fine works of art.
No threads are included. Threads to complete this canvas could easily be purchased at any needlework store. By doing it this way you can substitute any color that you might prefer to fit your own decor! This is for the canvas only. It normally sells for around $140 and people "in the know" consider that a bargain!
This exquisite canvas was donated to IGRF by the artist, SharonG.
Shipping will be handled by Sharon.
MANY THANKS for this beautiful donation!
This item benefits the IGRF.
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Minimum bid: $50.00 including shipping
Bidding commenced Sunday, May 6, 2007
Bidding on this item will close 8:00 PM Eastern Time, Sunday, May 13th, 2007
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