Reminiscent of seasons past, this inviting Thomas Kinkade Christmas Memories Fiber Optic Wall Tapestry depicts a 1940s village, full of sentimental charm and decorated for the holidays. Twinkling, fiber optic lights are woven into the tapestry and placed in a pattern that brings the snowy image to life, helping create a picturesque winter landscape. Capturing an evening holiday scene, this polyester, cotton blend tapestry shows a couple strolling down a snow-laden street of a small town, a church and steeple illuminating the sidewalk. Taking a slight rest from the holiday hustle and bustle, this town features houses softly lit by festive Christmas lights, with smoke curling from their stone chimneys. Hang this tapestry art from its included stained wood-hanging dowel with finials in any room you wish to add the heartwarming magic of the holidays. Use the on/off switch or the built-in timer that runs for six hours and then turns off for 18 hours; automatically cycling every 24 hours, so you can conveniently set the timer and walk away. Since this seasonal wall décor requires two AA batteries (not included) you don't have to worry about any unsightly power cords. Spot clean only.
Illustrator and painter, Thomas Kinkade's dearest wish has always been that his artwork be a messenger of hope and inspiration to others– a reminder to slow down, appreciate the little details in life and to look for beauty in the world around us. Originally from the small country town of Placerville, California, Thom has become the most-collected living artist of his time.
• Memories Of Christmas Lighted Tapestry By Thomas Kinkade • Depicts a small, 1940s snowy town and street, decorated for the holidays • Fiber optic lights woven into the tapestry bring the image to life • On/off switch or built in timer • Hanging hardware set included
Size 26"L x 42-1/2"W
Shipping Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery
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