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Framed Carmel Dogs


Item Category: Art


For the pet lover and art lover this is a great addition to your home or office decor. This portrait captures local artist Brenda Boutin's two golden retrievers, Halli and Phoebe and a photo of the pets is included on the back. The work is double matted and then framed to an overall size of 26 x 29 inches.


Donor: Pet Portraits by bboutin


Donor Value: $400


Framed Charley Harper Print


Item Category: Art


Charlie Harper describes “Cottontail in a Cottonfield” like this:  “Hiding is hard to do if you have a cotton boll for a tail. Pity poor Peter Rabbit, pursued as food by every fang and claw from Canada to the Land of Cotton.  Providing protein for predatory species while perpetuating one’s own presupposes a prodigality of procreation that has procured for the cottontail a reputation for a perpetually proliferating population.  So without predators, we’d be up to our ears in rabbits; without rabbits, we’d be living in a jungle of lettuce.  Let us, therefore, give thanks for the balance of nature.”  This rare limited edition serigraph, is signed and numbered by the artist himself.  It is custom framed by the donor, Artique at the Pendleton in Middletown, Ohio, with conservation glass and matting and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.  The framed work measures 25” x 30”, and is sure to be a conversation starter.

 


Donor: Artique


Donor Value: $538


Framed Chris Walden Print


Item Category: Art


Artist Christopher B. Walden is a native New Zealander who combines his passion for creating art and protecting wildlife.  Now residing in Ohio, he is a nationally known wildlife artist, recognized for his very realistic style and his ability to capture life in the animal kingdom.  This limited edition print, double signed and numbered by the artist, portrays a mountain lion stealthily tracking a wild turkey on a wintry day.  The print is double matted in gray and black acid-free materials, with a feather print on the top mat.  Framed in gray rustic wood, the finished size is 41" x 21".


Donor: Chris Walden Studio


Donor Value: $500


Framed Chris Walden Print


Item Category: Art


Nationally known wildlife artist Christopher B. Walden is recognized for his realistic style and his ability to capture life in the animal kingdom.  In this print, entitled "Windsurfer", he portrays a majestic bald eagle taking flight from a rock outcropping on a snowy day.  The work is matted in cream and gray, and set in a frame of rustic dark brown, reflecting the outdoor setting of rock and wood.  The custom framing uses conservation-grade UV protection and acid-free materials.  Overall framed size is 40" x 30".


Donor: Chris Walden Studio


Donor Value: $500


Framed Edward Dexter Residence Print


Item Category: Art


Whether you're an art or history aficionado you will appreciate this framed print of an original lithograph of Edward Dexter's Residence.  In the late 1800's, this home stood at the northeast corner of Fourth and Broadway - the current site of Western-Southern Insurance.  The original Chromolithograph was published by Ehrgott, Forbringer and Company in Cincinnati in 1867.  The framed print, with archival matting measures approximately 29 1/2" x 27".


Donor: Friend of CET


Donor Value: $450


Framed Imogene Farnsworth Tiger Print


Item Category: Art


Imogene H. Farnsworth is recognized as one of America's most talented wildlife artists. This beautiful Bengal tiger is a fine example of her work. It is number 2604 of 3000 and signed by the artist. The artwork is double matted and framed in a classic wooden frame to an overall size of 31 x 25 inches.


Donor: Friend of CET


Donor Value: $325


Framed Limited Edition Print


Item Category: Art


Pitseolak Ashoona, an Inuit Eskimo artist from the Cape Dorset region of Baffin Island, Canada, was a master of word pictures. "Attacking Bird" is a hand printed  stone-cut print, pulled from a carved stone plate.  It is number 44 of 50, is dated 1973. It is professionally matted and framed to an overall size of about 28 x 20 inches.


Donor: Friend of CET


Donor Value: $250


Framed Limited Edition Print


Item Category: Art


This artwork is a combination of stone plate and stencil techniques  by Armand Tagoona and Ruby Angrna'naaq, Inuit Eskimos of the Baker Lake region of the Northwest Territory of Canada. Titled "Qiviuq, His Wives and Children", this print is number 41 of 50 and is matted and framed to an overall size of 24 x 30 inches.


Donor: Friend of CET


Donor Value: $250


Framed Linocut "Gardening Day"


Item Category: Art


“Gardening Day” is an original multi-colored linocut in a hand stained recessed, poplar frame.  Whimsically, the artist embellishes the frame by continuing the picture onto the frame in a few selected areas. A great piece for art lovers and gardeners alike, this reduction process linocut features a beautiful porch scene complete with gardening pots, tools, pillows, a few books to enjoy in the sun and a well-loved wicker chair.  The artist is Mary Mark of Lost Steeple Originals in New Richmond, Ohio.  The dimensions for this painting are: 31 x 38.

 


Donor: Mary Mark Lost Steeple Originals


Donor Value: $1250


Framed Linocut "Gardening Day"


Item Category: Art


 “Gardening Day” is an original multi-colored linocut in a hand stained poplar frame.  Whimsically, the artist embellishes the frame by continuing the picture onto the frame in a few selected areas. A great piece for art lovers and gardeners alike, this reduction process linocut features a beautiful porch scene complete with gardening pots, tools, pillows, a few books to enjoy in the sun and a well-loved wicker chair.  This print is matted with a fillet edging.  The artist is Mary Mark of Lost Steeple Originals in New Richmond, Ohio.  The dimensions for this painting are: 36 x 44.


Donor: Friend of CET


Donor Value: $1450


Framed Lithograph - Break Point


Item Category: Art


Tennis, anyone? Break Point is signed and numbered by the artist, Mike Mikos. Numbered 100 of 950, this matted limited edition print measures 27 1/2 by 26 1/2 inches.


Donor: Friend of CET


Donor Value: $125


Framed Lithograph - Double No-Hitter


Item Category: Art


"Double No-Hitter" is a framed litho by Clint Orlemann, depicting the second of Reds pitcher Johnny Vandermeer's 1938 consecutive no-hit games. Includes a Gift Shop card, pencil-signed by the artist and by Johnny Vandermeer himself. Numbered 14 of 1000. Matted and framed in red wood, the print measures 25 1/2 x 32 inches overall.


Donor: Friend of CET


Donor Value: $150


Framed Lithograph - The Sluggers


Item Category: Art


The Sluggers by Clint Orlemann is plate 5 in a series of Greatest Moments in Cincinnati Reds history. The print is double matted and framed, and measures 31 by 25 inches. Numbered 56 of 1000, it is signed on the back by George Foster and Ted Kluszewski.


Donor: Friend of CET


Donor Value: $200


Framed Oil Painting


Item Category: Art


Jan Boone is an award winning local artist whose works are in several corporate collections. "Hot Dogs, Cold Drinks" is an oil painting that captures a street vendor during an art fair on Main Street. The work measures 11 x 14 and is beautifully finished in a wooden frame that resembles a double frame.


Donor: Longmeadow Lane Studio


Donor Value: $600


Framed Painting- "Skyscape"


Item Category: Art


Encaustic painting, also known as hot wax painting, involves using heated beeswax to which colored pigments are added. The liquid or paste is then applied to a surface, usually prepared wood. This work, titled "Skyscape" is by local artist Aurelie Flynn. The overall size of the piece is approximately 34 x 27 inches and is finished with an antiqued wood frame. The value is $400.


Donor: Ralph & Aurelie Flynn


Donor Value: $400


Framed Pen & Ink by Jack Howard


Item Category: Art


Home is where the heart is, and you can show your pride in your residence by displaying an 8” x 10” pen-and-ink drawing of your home, drawn and matted by nationally known artist Jack Howard.  The artist captures the unique flavor of the place where you experience the memorable moments of life, the site of unforgettable events and the love of family and friends.

Included with the matted art is a $150 certificate for custom framing by Artique at the Pendleton, Middletown, Ohio.  The certificate must be presented at the time of the order, and is valid until March 28, 2015.


Donor: Coldwell Banker Oyer/Jackie Hunter


Donor Value: $475


Framed Pete Rose Lithograph


Item Category: Art


"Rose to the Occasion" framed litho by Clint Orlemann is part of the series Greatest Moments in Cincinnati Reds History. It is matted with a red metal frame to 26" x 33". Certificate of Authenticity is included.


Donor: Friend of CET


Donor Value: $150


Framed Roadrunner Print


Item Category: Art


Arthur B. Singer (1917-1990) was an American wildlife artist who primarily specialized in bird illustration. This print of a Roadrunner, signed by the artist, is double matted and framed in wood. The overall size of 22 x 29 inches.


Donor: Friend of CET


Donor Value: $100


Framed Tiger Head Print


Item Category: Art


Guy Coheleach is an American wildlife artist. His paintings have been in 41 one-man retrospective exhibitions in major museums in 32 cities from New York to Los Angeles. "Tiger Head" is one of his Big Cat Portrait series and is signed by the artist. It is beautifully double matted and framed in a classic wooden frame to an overall size of 26 x 30 inches.


Donor: Friend of CET


Donor Value: $150


Framed Watercolor


Item Category: Art


Cincinnati artist Barbara Guthridge Landen has created this watercolor that suggests a quaint gaslit neighborhood garden. The soft pastel colors are effectively blended in a way that will match most decors. The work is double matted in cream and includes an ornate gold-tone frame.  Overall dimensions are 17" x 18 1/2".
 


Donor: Barbara Guthridge Landen


Donor Value: $200


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