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Chair and Pail

On 03, Jul 2012 | One Comment | In | By Caren Hackman

Chair and Pail

The Keepsake Series grew from my love of utilitarian objects. I am fascinated by simple tools and their ability to create. There is great beauty in the humble, worn chair backs and tool handles that I paint. These items have served generations and I feel privileged to be able to paint them.
Watercolor on 100% Arches cotton rag, 22” x 30”, $950

Eggs and Bowl

On 20, Jun 2012 | No Comments | In | By Caren Hackman

Eggs and Bowl

The Keepsake Series grew from my love of utilitarian objects. I am fascinated by simple tools and their ability to create. There is great beauty in the humble, worn chair backs and tool handles that I paint. These items have served generations and I feel privileged to be able to paint them.
Watercolor on 100% Arches cotton rag, 22” x 15”; $750

Hand Drill

On 20, Jun 2012 | No Comments | In | By Caren Hackman

Hand Drill

The Keepsake Series grew from my love of utilitarian objects. I am fascinated by simple tools and their ability to create. There is great beauty in the humble, worn chair backs and tool handles that I paint. These items have served generations and I feel privileged to be able to paint them.
Watercolor on 100% Arches cotton rag, 15” x 11”; $450

Hulda’s Chair

On 20, Jun 2012 | No Comments | In | By Caren Hackman

Hulda’s Chair

The Keepsake Series grew from my love of utilitarian objects. I am fascinated by simple tools and their ability to create. There is great beauty in the humble, worn chair backs and tool handles that I paint. These items have served generations and I feel privileged to be able to paint them.
Watercolor on 100% Arches cotton rag, 22” x 30”; $950

Quaker School House

On 20, Jun 2012 | No Comments | In | By Caren Hackman

Quaker School House

The Keepsake Series grew from my love of utilitarian objects. I am fascinated by simple tools and their ability to create. There is great beauty in the humble, worn chair backs and tool handles that I paint. These items have served generations and I feel privileged to be able to paint them.
Watercolor on 100% Arches cotton rag, 22” x 30”; $950

Straw Hat

On 20, Jun 2012 | No Comments | In | By Caren Hackman

Straw Hat

The Keepsake Series grew from my love of utilitarian objects. I am fascinated by simple tools and their ability to create. There is great beauty in the humble, worn chair backs and tool handles that I paint. These items have served generations and I feel privileged to be able to paint them.
Watercolor on 100% Arches cotton rag 22” x 15”; $750