In 1950 when Paint by Number kits were first unleashed on the American public, critics and serious artists scoffed at the idea that you didn’t need talent or training to make something worth hanging on a wall. In more ways than one, the decades since have proven that artist's don't need talent but that is another story altogether.
This new paint by number dinnerware series pays homage to that moment in time when all of America had the opportunity to become "artists" for the paltry sum of Two Dollars and Fifty Cents...
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1) Feline Friends
2) Red Barn
3) The Old Tree
4) After Boy And Rabbit Painting by Sir Henry Raeburn
5) Mountain Cathedral
10 inch melamine plates that can be displayed as a collectible or used functionally at your table. Food safe and Dishwasher safe both.
DO NOT MICROWAVE