Folk Art Prints
Folk artwork is an American tradition, evolved from early craftsmen and women. In the most basic sense, folk art reflects the conventional values of a society - this is why we may see a change in subject matter or style over time. The art form encompasses a variety of techniques from watercolor, oil or acrylic paintings, wool hooked rugs, painted or carved furniture and whimsical sculptures. All of these and more have become part of the style known as American folk art. Here we will highlight a variety of prints that exemplify the folk art spirit.
AmericanaFrom red, white, and blue to patrotic displays of Old Glory, Americana is an easily recognizable art style cherished by many. Display these charming signs of American pride throughout your home with wall art options such as Americana Barn Print by talented artist Billy Jacobs. Billy Jacobs is most well-known for his authentic American landscapes from Ohio and Pennsylvania. He creates a welcoming feel while highlighting nature and pastoral scenes depicting the serene qualities of everyday life around us.
Historical figures, such as George Washington, Mary Todd Lincoln and others by Tim Campbell, offer a look back at American life as it was years ago. Adding vintage charm and American roots to a home office or den, wall art featuring historical figures from our nation's historical timeline make their mark with patriotic pride. Delight a history enthusiast by giving a historical print as a gift. Other options include whimsical scenes and historical depictions, like the vibrant Folk Art USA Map Print.
It's important to surround ourselves with things that inspire our hopes and our dreams. Our collection of inspirational themed folk art is something we're proud of. Living Life Print, by artist Bonnie Mohr, features lessons to live by such as: "Life is not a race - but indeed a journey. Be Honest. Work Hard. Be Choosy." Family Quilted Together Print and Time is an Illusion Print both offer similar hopeful phrases to keep us moving each day with smiles on our faces.
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