Friday, September 19, 2008

Chicken Art

While passing through Kittitas County in August we stopped at a farm stand in Ellensburg. I bought 5 pounds of cherries and a couple of hot mochas. As I explained to the clerk that I did indeed want a hot mocha in the middle of a heat wave and not one of those horrid iced mochas I glanced down and saw this colorful fair poster. I thought to myself, Wow this would look good framed. I made a mental note to contact the fair to see if they would be available when I got home. Yes they were! So the other day a signed by the artist fair poster came in the mail. I will frame it and hang it somewhere.

"Doodle Dan an' Dee" by Caly Garris

I just don't know where.

9 comments:

Wrensong Farm said...

Beautiful poster! I love farm art, thanks for sharing! :)

Carole@Fowl Visions said...

OMG! How cool is that...I love it! I can see that hanging in my dining room.

frugalmom said...

That artwork is great. Great find for you.....

How was the hot mocha?

Far Side of Fifty said...

Great artwork..you must have just the right spot someplace? Ah then again..I have some stuff that has been waiting years to be matted, framed and put up someplace:)

Marigold said...

It is quite nice. However, it would have been better if it was o goats, don't you think? :)

Twinville said...

That is really a striking art print. The colors are just brilliant and so vivid. Even someone who decorates modern could hang this up. It's really gorgeous.

And I could use a cup of hot mocha today. I've been cold all day. Brrr! :)

~Lisa
Laughing Orca Ranch
New Mexico

Heidi said...

I love water color!! That is so pretty -
Yes, I smell his head daily, kiss his feet, neck, throat and bum EVERYDAY for everyone that comes to my blog - Milk Man asked me what I was doing the other day - I said lovin him up from his long distance aunties - he laughed and thought that was pretty special, all of your long distance love!!!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic poster!! It looks like good kitchen/dining room art. Bright colors are always good in those locations, I think. Enjoy your new art! =)

Tracey said...

That's beautiful...love all the COLOR!!