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  • Chinese Zodiac Tile : Year of the Horse
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    The Chinese Zodiac (also known as Shēngxiào) operates on a 12-year cycle, with a different animal and personality representing each birth year. This unique ceramic tile depicting the symbol for the Chinese Year of the Horse is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The tile arrives boxed and includes a complimentary gift card describing the Year of the Horse personality. Measures 7.5" square and is ready to hang. Created by hand in Manitoba, Canada. The Year of the Horse: The horse is the sign of refinement. Those born in the year of the horse are strong and energetic with great capacity for hard work. Horses are seen as attractive and popular. Independence and freedom are strong characteristics. Famous horses include Isaac Newton, Theodore Roosevelt, Frankin Roosevelt, Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford, Cindy Crawford, Barbara Streisand, and Nelson Mandela. The birth-dates for those born under the 'Year of the Horse' are as follows: February 11, 1918. - January 31, 1919. January 30, 1930. - February 16, 1931. February 15, 1942. - February 04, 1943. February 03, 1954. - February 16, 1955. January 21, 1966. - February 08, 1967. February 07, 1978. - January 27, 1979. January 27, 1990. - February 14, 1991. February 12, 2002. - January 31, 2003.
  • Tony Stromberg Photography, Natives Artwork
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    After two decades as an advertising photographer, Tony Stromberg was artistically and spiritually drained. Through his work with horses, everything began to change. He credits these magnificent animals with teaching him "the power of authenticity, honesty and integrity, and…the true meaning of leadership and relationship." To capture their true spirit, he photographs them in open spaces without riders or saddles. Natives: 57 3/4" x 43 3/4" overall. Limited-edition photograph signed by the artist. Printed on glossy photographic paper. Set behind Plexiglas with an acid-free white mat. Framed in wood with an espresso painted finish. Ready to hang with a sawtooth mount at the back.
  • Crate & Barrel Block Print Reclaimed Wood Wall Art
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    Framed with a ring of iron reclaimed from old wagon wheels, this one-of-a-kind wall art piece showcases vintage wooden printing blocks from India. Varying in age and pattern (some as old as 80 years), the blocks create a dimensional mosaic of pattern and whitewashed wood. Used to pattern textiles, block printing dates back to 12th-century India, often used to decorate fabrics used in royal processions. Each unique piece will vary slightly in design and size (see additional photos).
  • Chinese Zodiac Tile : Year of the Goat
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    The Chinese Zodiac (also known as Shēngxiào) operates on a 12-year cycle, with a different animal and personality representing each birth year. This unique ceramic tile depicting the symbol for the Chinese Year of the Goat is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The tile arrives boxed and includes a complimentary gift card describing the Year of the Goat personality. Measures 7.5" square and is ready to hang. Made by hand in Manitoba, Canada. The Year of the Goat: the goat is the sign of art. Those born in the year of the goat are creative, elegant and artistic. They seek peace and harmony in their lives and avoid confrontation. Stability and security are important elements. Famous goats include Mark Twain, Mikhail Gorbachev, Babe Ruth, Jane Austen, Whoopi Goldberg, Liberace, Mick Jagger and Bill Gates. The birth-dates for those born under the Year of the Goat are as follows: February 01, 1919. - February 19, 1920. February 17, 1931. - February 05, 1932. February 05, 1943. - February 24, 1944. January 24, 1955. - February 11, 1956. February 09, 1967. - January 29, 1968. January 28, 1979. - February 15, 1980. February 15, 1991. - February 03, 1992. February 01, 2003. - January 21, 2004.
  • Chinese Zodiac Tile : Year of the Snake
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    The Chinese Zodiac (also known as Shēngxiào) operates on a 12-year cycle, with a different animal and personality representing each birth year. This unique ceramic tile depicting the symbol for the Chinese Year of the Snake is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The tile arrives boxed and includes a complimentary gift card describing the Year of the Snake personality. Measures 7.5" square and is ready to hang. Made by hand in Manitoba, Canada. The Year of the Snake: the snake is the sign of wisdom. Those born in the 'Year of the Snake' tend to be romantic, intense and deep-thinking. Snakes are shrewd in business, fine decision makers and often are financially successful. Famous snakes include Alfred Nobel, Pablo Picasso, Ghandhi, Mao Zedong, Joan Crawford, Oprah Winfrey, J.K. Rowling and Stephen Hawking. The birth-dates for those born under the Year of the Snake are as follows: January 23, 1917. - February 10, 1918. February 10, 1929. - January 29, 1930. January 27, 1941. - February 14, 1942. February 14, 1953. - February 02, 1954. February 02, 1965. - January 20, 1966. February 18, 1977. - February 06, 1978. February 06, 1989. - January 26, 1990. January 24, 2001. - February 11, 2002. February 10, 2013. - January 30, 2014.
  • Chinese Zodiac Tile : Year of the Rabbit
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    The Chinese Zodiac (also known as Shēngxiào) operates on a 12-year cycle, with a different animal and personality representing each birth year. This unique ceramic tile depicting the symbol for the Chinese Year of the Rabbit is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The tile arrives boxed and includes a complimentary gift card describing the Year of the Rabbit personality traits. Measures 7.5" square and is ready to hang. Made by hand in Manitoba, Canada. The Year of the Rabbit: The rabbit is the sign of peace. Those born in the 'Year of the Rabbit' are talented, ambitious, articulate and affectionate. They are also known to be shrewd and have an intuitive sense. Famous rabbits include Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Walt Whitman, Frank Lloyd Wright, Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, David Beckham and Tiger Woods. The birth-dates for those born under the sign of the Rabbit are as follows: February 02, 1927 - January 22, 1928. February 19, 1939. - February 07, 1940. February 06, 1951. - January 26, 1952. January 25, 1963. - February 12, 1964. February 11, 1975. - January 30, 1976. January 29, 1987. - February 16, 1988. February 16, 1999. - February 04, 2000. February 03, 2011. - January 22, 2012.
  • 'Love Lives Here' Canvas Print by Michael Mullan 14" x 32
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    Bold in black and white, this singular design delivers a simple heartfelt message. A high quality gilcree print, it is gallery wrapped to allow a ready-to-hang, frameless presentation. Canvas.
  • Pier 1 Wooden Wall Panels - A Pair
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    A pair of wooden wall panels with eye-catching geometric pattern. Hardware for mounting is attached. The panels are in a mocha paint finish. Made in India.
  • Betsy Barron Photography, Pinto Horse
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    Betsy Barron is a self-taught fine art photographer who carries her camera with her at all times. She’s inspired by everyday moments and uses her camera to transform them into art. In this stunning image, she draws the viewer in with a juxtaposition of animal and sky. 53.75"W x 39.5"H overall. Giclée printed on glossy paper. Limited edition, signed by the artist. Set behind Plexiglass with a white mat. Wood frame with a brown painted finish. Ready to hang with D-rings at the back. Made in USA.
  • 'So Pretty' Canvas Art by Leah Flores 18" x 18
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    Your new mantra. Leah Flores' canvas art features the classic saying "I feel pretty oh so pretty" set against the backdrop of beautiful flowers. Canvas.
  • CB2 Porcupine Small Raw Wall Hanging
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    Different spokes. Spindly burst radiates 3D texture from infinite iron rods. Handcrafted to form an airy sphere, sculpture has a raw industrial finish and inner halo of weldings that show the mark of the artisan. Fun to spike the wall with porcupine large white hanging. Details and Dimensions: Porcupine small raw wall hanging. 17" Dia. X 7"D. Handcrafted. Iron. Raw industrial finish. Visible weld marks. Wipe with soft, dry cloth. Overall Dimensions: Depth: 7" Diameter: 17"
  • 'Orchid' Canvas Art Set by Kathie McCurdy 14" x 24
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    This vibrant, delicate orchid springs right to life on Kathy McCurdy's canvas art. Gallery-wrapped and ready to hang, this piece adds a welcoming touch to your home. Canvas.
  • Chinese Phoenix Ceramic Wall Hanging
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    Viewed as a symbol of good fortune, prosperity and grace, the phoenix has been an essential part of Chinese culture and folklore for many centuries. A composite of several bird types and the greatest of all winged animals, The Chinese Phoenix (also called Fenghuang) is also the representation of celestial bodies. When paired with the Chinese Dragon (seen below), the phoenix becomes the yin to the dragon's yang. This unique ceramic tile depicting the Chinese Phoenix is handcrafted of stoneware clay and hand-painted with glazes, all high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a flowing, paper-like edge, contrasting the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. Arrives ready to hang. Made by hand in Manitoba, Canada.
  • 'Spaces Between I' Canvas Art by Kavan & Co 24" x 24
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    Give your favorite room in the house a touch of the abstract with Kavan & Co.'s "Spaces Between I" canvas art. Gallery-wrapped and ready to hang, it's sure to make a bold statement amid the rest of your decor. Canvas.
  • CB2 Framed Fabric Art
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    Color block. The ancient Indian art of block printing aligns a modern tapestry of recycled fabric with spontaneous color and texture. This traditional technique begins with achada, the grey cloth spread on long printing tables. With each print, artisans stamp layers of color and texture on the fabric by hand that, over time saturate the achada with unintentional patterns. The fabric is then cut into strips and hand-strung into tightly bunched rows with a raw edge. The organic nature of achada, in contrast to the precise printing method, celebrates a fusion of traditional Rajasthani art and a bold graphic framework. CB2 Edition LMTD: CB2 Edition LMTD original works are offered one time only in a small reserve. This special CB2 Edition LMTD design has a limited-edition release of 80. Details and Dimensions: Framed fabric art. 23.7"Wx23.7"Dx2"H. CB2 Edition LMTD design. Handmade, handcut and hand-strung. Cloth, spruce wood frame and clear glass. Clean with soft, dry cloth. Made in India. Overall Dimensions: Width: 23.7" Depth: 23.7" Height: 2"
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  • John Diehl, Clearing 483
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    Drawing on his training as a classical pianist, John Diehl brings fluidity and emotion to his photorealistic paintings. He studied art at the Rhode Island School of Design and the University of Florence in Italy. His focus is on landscapes, which he uses as a means to express feeling rather than capture a scene. This exquisite painting is rendered with precision using rich, cool color. 33" sq. One-of-a-kind original artwork. Oil on canvas. Signed by the artist on the front. Ready to hang with wire on the back. Made in USA.
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  • Figure In Black And White I And Ii - Fine Art Print Under Glass design by Lazy Susan
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    Figure In Black And White I And Ii - Limited Edition Prints On Fine Art Paper. Signed And Numbered By The Artist. Edition Of 950. Framed In A Silver Frame With Black Edging And Under Glass. Top And Middle Matts Are White With A Black Bottom Matt To Define The Picture. 25”l x 27”h each. giclee with wood frame. set of 2. handpainted.
  • 'Dream Bouquet' Canvas Print by Sheila Golden 18" x 18
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    Evoking the whimsical luster of watercolor, the Dream Bouquet can add a bright spot to any wall. This high quality gilcree print is gallery wrapped to allow a ready-to-hang, frameless presentation. Canvas.
  • Stork Angel Ceramic Wall Hanging
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    Our artist interweaves decorative ceramic artworks with narrative animal imagery. The clay medium allows her to capture the whimsical nature of a creature along with the meaningful narrative of the image. Her Stork Angel is an allegorical synthesis of three figurative entities : The Stork - a symbol of childbirth and kindness in Western culture. The Angel - guardianship symbol, personifying divinity and spirituality. The Fish - represents baptism and miracles in Christianity, and happiness and freedom in Buddhism. Furthermore, Celtic lore regarded the fish as a sign of wisdom and birth. With olive leaf in hand (also an image for goodwill), the Stork Angel stands as guardian upon the wall, providing symbolic protection and lively symbolism for the home.
  • Driven Textile No. 1
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    Carol Benson-Cobb’s abstract paintings evoke a sense of fluidity, which allow them to fit seamlessly into a range of interior spaces. Her original works and reproductions strike that perfect balance between mood and color, and offer the unique character inherent in great one-of-a-kind art. This limited-edition reproduction employs fields of complex blues and creams to create an abstract focal point, simultaneously drawing the viewer in while encouraging individual interpretation. 60" x 46" high. Williams-Sonoma exclusive. Limited-edition reproduction with an embedded signature. Giclée printed on canvas with a clear acrylic, floating frame. Ready to hang with D-rings on the back. Made in USA.
  • 'World Map Rock' Canvas Print by Michael Tompsett 24" x 32
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    This print employs array of earthy hues to cast the world in a fresh light. It blends perfectly into a neutral interior design palette. This high quality gilcree print is gallery wrapped to allow a ready-to-hang, frameless presentation. Canvas.
  • Crate & Barrel Evening Traffic Print
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    Sarah Atkinson's blurred reflections of city lights on rain-soaked streets evoke the wide-eyed wonder of a young child. Passersby, neon signs and headlights pulse in softened forms that verge on pure abstraction, rendered in a fresh, springtime palette of pastel pinks, greens, blues and grey. Our giclée reproduction on canvas beautifully recreates the look of the original acrylic painting, presented in a crisp floater frame of white-painted, FSC pine.

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