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Dave Barnhouse "Chevy Lends a Hand" Framed Print

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Dave Barnhouse Art Print "Chevy Lends a Hand".

Critics and just ordinary country art lovers like me rate the work of Dave Barnhouse as exceptional ... there's no other word to describe it! Dave's work will look wonderful on your walls at home and at your cabin.

Feel the charm of rural Americana, and enjoy the richness of color in Barnhouse's "Chevy Lends a Hand"! Framed beautifully with Brazilian Walnut molding,a Dark Blue top mat and an Autumn Gray inner mat. There isn't a truck made that can't get itself stuck on a rutted, muddy road. It's easy to imagine that the Chevy truck owner who has stopped to help is razzing the driver that's stuck about his "unfortunate" choice of trucks!

Dave Barnhouse treasures his country background, and it shows in his distinctive style! Every piece he creates recalls his fond memories of rural and small town America... and makes the viewer feel a sudden, delightful rush of country memories. Dave's art has earned many awards and honors. He has been voted one of America's most popular artists by U.S. ART Magazine, and was twice included in Inform Art's "Top Ten Hottest Artists" list.

He is quoted as saying, "I want my art to make people feel as if they were back home on a Friday evening, so they can experience the warmth of a cozy fire and smell the homemade bread and cookies coming from the oven," he says. You'll agree that it does that and more when it graces the wall of your home or cabin! A biography of Dave Barnhouse is included with every Print you order. Made in the USA. Measures 28 x 38.

Enjoy the great beauty and meaning of a Barnhouse Framed Print. Order yours ONLINE today!

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