Stagecoach Stop, 6" x 18"

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A homestead on the Overland Trail, a stagecoach and wagon trail used heavily in the 1860s as an alternative route to the Oregon, California and Mormon trails of the time. This original piece of artwork incorporates acrylic paints, pencils, pastels and authentic vintage ephemera (including ledgers, farmers almanacs and Western magazine clippings from the late 1800s/early 1900s) anchored by my photography.  A contemporary piece of agricultural art with a vintage aesthetic.  

• measures 6" x 18" x 1.5"
• original painting on cradled wood panel (example in last photo)
• sides painted black
• sealed with UV protective matte varnish, backside signed with artist info
• wired and ready to hang, no framing required

This piece is available for purchase from Convergence Gallery on Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico, 505.986.1245,

Room views may not be to scale and colors may vary from monitor to monitor.

Bring wide open spaces, peaceful places and simpler times into your home.

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Rustic | Historic | Nostalgic
Art that speaks to a bygone era and simpler times.