GARAGE sale chair (a little stretch)
My first purchase in a garage sale in Dallas was this $5.00 chair. The sweet little chair has been with me 42 years now, undergone multiple recoverings of the seat. I have to admit I've not ever been much of a devotee of garage sales. In the last 11 years, we've lived in neighborhoods that do not allow garage sales.
I have shown some of these to you in an earlier post, but I'm adding by showing the other prints we love in our home.
|Donna Howell Sickles - I love you - your artwork makes me HAPPY. We can only afford your prints. |
When in Santa Fe, we visit the galleries to see your latest.
|AND while we're talking about chairs - well we were - this chair in the entry also came from an estate sale.|
It was the owner's father's chair he used in his dental office.
|Roped Out - purchased in Santa Fe; sorry can't remember the artist's name and I can't read the signature!|
|Red Shoe Lily by Linda Carter Holman; displayed in our office|
|The Three Graces by Linda Carter Holman|
also in our office. The old Royal typewriter was an alley trash find. I need "something"
to place it on in this room.
|Colors are so vivid!|
|Chuckwagon Coffee by Linda Carter Holman, above our roll top desk|
in our office.
|See my box to the left - it has cowboys and cowgirls too; a purchase in Santa Fe|
Until the next letter....