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Winnie the Pooh - A Heroes Parade - 11" x 14" Gallery Wrapped Canvas

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Winnie the Pooh - A Heroes Parade - 11" x 14" Gallery Wrapped Canvas 109217

Winnie the Pooh - A Heroes Parade - 11" x 14" Gallery Wrapped Canvas

Vendor
by Eric Dowdle

Model No: 109217

Price
Regular price
$69.00
Sale price
$69.00
Regular price
$69.00
Sold out
Unit price
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  • Description
  • Ideal for any space, Gallery Wrapped Canvases are a stylish way to display your favorite Eric Dowdle painting. Each piece is crafted with our premium canvas reproduction techniques and hand wrapped around a deep, hardwood stretcher bar. Hung as an ensemble or by itself, this frameless presentation gives you a versatile way to display art in your home.

    Features
    • Premium canvas substrate
    • Hardwood stretcher bar
    • Printed with UV cured ink.
    • Certificate of authenticity included
    • Made in the USA

    Image Notes

    A Heroes Parade in the Hundred Acre Wood! A celebration of friends: Winnie the Pooh and Piglet, are shouldered and cheered by Owl, Rabbit, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Christopher Robin, and Tigger too. Aren’t friends the true heroes, those who sacrifice to make others’ lives better? They don’t count the cost. They just do without thought and often even avoid the recognition.
    Pooh saved Piglet, Piglet saves Owl, and the good acts keep going. We see the group assisting each other along the way – each rooting the others on. It is a wonderful world of examples of friendship we see in the youthful world of Christopher Robin. “Hip hip, hurray for the Piglet and the Pooh!”
    My high school Art teacher, Rudy Gunter, is my hero. With his skills he could have sculpted for the wealthy. He could have done anything in the sculpture world. Instead he chose to sculpt young artists, changing the lives of thousands. He mentored and helped me in ways transcending just a teacher. Rudy was in my thoughts as I painted this scene.
    This image of the Heroes Parade gives us a chance to review the heroes in our lives; our friends, those that make a difference and may not even know it. Friends do what they do because they want to, not out of obligation. They do because they are friends. We should hold Heroes Parades for all the special friends in our lives and let them know.

    Certificate of Authenticity Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity

    Premium Canvas Printed on premium canvas substrate

  • Product Specifications
  • For more information about this product, please call us at (888) 624-5455 or fill out our Contact Us form.

    • Artist: Eric Dowdle
    • Painting Title: Winnie the Pooh - A Heroes Parade
    • Substrate: Canvas
    • Orientation: Landscape
    • Outer Dimensions: 14" x 11" x 1.5"
    • Size of Image: 11" x 14"
    • Shipping Weight: 1 lbs
    • Premium canvas substrate
    • Hardwood stretcher bar
    • Printed with UV cured ink.
    • Certificate of authenticity included
    • Made in the USA
  • About the artist
  • Eric Dowdle

    Eric Dowdle

    Eric Dowdle has a background of hard work and dedication to God, family and country. He was born and raised in the heart of the western United States to parents of 12 children, 2 girls and 10 boys. Many of the stories of his youth are reflected in his artwork...

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Ideal for any space, Gallery Wrapped Canvases are a stylish way to display your favorite Eric Dowdle painting. Each piece is crafted with our premium canvas reproduction techniques and hand wrapped around a deep, hardwood stretcher bar. Hung as an ensemble or by itself, this frameless presentation gives you a versatile way to display art in your home.

Features
  • Premium canvas substrate
  • Hardwood stretcher bar
  • Printed with UV cured ink.
  • Certificate of authenticity included
  • Made in the USA

Image Notes

A Heroes Parade in the Hundred Acre Wood! A celebration of friends: Winnie the Pooh and Piglet, are shouldered and cheered by Owl, Rabbit, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Christopher Robin, and Tigger too. Aren’t friends the true heroes, those who sacrifice to make others’ lives better? They don’t count the cost. They just do without thought and often even avoid the recognition.
Pooh saved Piglet, Piglet saves Owl, and the good acts keep going. We see the group assisting each other along the way – each rooting the others on. It is a wonderful world of examples of friendship we see in the youthful world of Christopher Robin. “Hip hip, hurray for the Piglet and the Pooh!”
My high school Art teacher, Rudy Gunter, is my hero. With his skills he could have sculpted for the wealthy. He could have done anything in the sculpture world. Instead he chose to sculpt young artists, changing the lives of thousands. He mentored and helped me in ways transcending just a teacher. Rudy was in my thoughts as I painted this scene.
This image of the Heroes Parade gives us a chance to review the heroes in our lives; our friends, those that make a difference and may not even know it. Friends do what they do because they want to, not out of obligation. They do because they are friends. We should hold Heroes Parades for all the special friends in our lives and let them know.

Certificate of Authenticity Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity

Premium Canvas Printed on premium canvas substrate

For more information about this product, please call us at (888) 624-5455 or fill out our Contact Us form.

  • Artist: Eric Dowdle
  • Painting Title: Winnie the Pooh - A Heroes Parade
  • Substrate: Canvas
  • Orientation: Landscape
  • Outer Dimensions: 14" x 11" x 1.5"
  • Size of Image: 11" x 14"
  • Shipping Weight: 1 lbs
  • Premium canvas substrate
  • Hardwood stretcher bar
  • Printed with UV cured ink.
  • Certificate of authenticity included
  • Made in the USA
Eric Dowdle

Eric Dowdle

Eric Dowdle has a background of hard work and dedication to God, family and country. He was born and raised in the heart of the western United States to parents of 12 children, 2 girls and 10 boys. Many of the stories of his youth are reflected in his artwork...

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