Tuesday, October 22, 2019

What Country Kitchen is Without a Cast Iron Frying Pan?

I'm so excited about this new studio product that I am now offering.  Well, it's not exactly new I did paint a few last year but I feel that I have now brought it to it's full potential.

What is this "thing" that I am referring to?  My CAST IRON SKILLET ART of course.  A small piece of artwork, framed in a real 6.5 inch cast iron skillet.  It makes the perfect addition to any Farmhouse kitchen and now you can change out the artwork for the seasons or just to fit your mood. I even had recorded my first Studio Youtube video about them.   I told you I was excited.

Here is a quick snap shot of all the artwork I have painted in the past 2 weeks to go along with my skillet art.  I will be taking these all to the Pomegranate Festival in Logandale, Nevada on Nov 1st and 2nd.  I'm hopeful that these will turn out to be as popular as my cowbells.  

After the festival is over,  I will be adding both my available cowbells and skillets to my Website and Etsy Shops so that you can browse through the selection in plenty of time for your holiday shopping.

Farmhouse Art, Farm Art, Julie Townsend Studio
Here is the WHOLE BARNYARD FAMILY of skillet art pieces

Farmhouse Art, Farm Art, Julie Townsend Studio, Sheep, Pigs, Cows
Skillet art featuring sheep, cows and a pig

Farmhouse Art, Farm Art, Julie Townsend Studio, Goat Art, Cowbells
Goat Cowbell and Skillets

Farmhouse Art, Farm Art, Julie Townsend Studio, Cardinals, Cowbells
Cardinals galore- both cowbells and skillet art

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