Holidays in Art

cornucopia-detail-sm  all images, Kevin Sprouls

Here we are again, at the beginning of the Holiday Season. Despite the onset of Winter, and the fact that we’re at the beginning of the two darkest months (tough on us “SAD” sufferers!), the celebrations and gatherings this time of year are a venerable bulwark against the ravages of cold months.


Now the harvest is in, and the fields in many parts are quiet. What better time to celebrate?



My hope is that Thanksgiving finds all of you well, and among family and best of friends…


JFK was to say, before his death, “…that we may achieve in our time and for all time the ancient vision of “peace on earth, good will toward men.” That must always be our goal…”

I, for one, couldn’t agree more.


One thought on “Holidays in Art

  1. I really like the horn of plenty. I have a woodworking and laser engraving business. I am currently building 3L wooden wine boxes. I have designed the front to be removable so that seasonal engravings can be put on the wine box.
    What are your terms for use of your graphics. I would expect that the quantity of boxes made to be less than 25.

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