Wild Rose Potholders

The Wild Rose Inn in Woodstock NY is truly wild.  I felt like I was in one of those cowboy movies from the 70’s.   The time period is the late 1800’s, but everything is filtered through the style and fashion of the 1970’s.  It’s not authentic, it’s idiosyncratic. 

That’s the Wild Rose.   The house is Victorian, the antiques 1930’s and the rest of the furniture looks like it came from Roma Furniture.   The decor ranges from  from brothel to 1960’s Italian suburban.  Unusual and quirky and great fun to draw from.  I fell in love with the bedside lamps and only regret that I didn’t have time to do more drawings.

I”ll be showing these at the Orange Cat Cafe  on Elm Street in Glens Falls NY during the month of May.  Check out my Events and Appearances page for more detail.

3 thoughts on “Wild Rose Potholders

  1. Maria,

    Hi, I’d love the second one. The one with the lamp by the bed and the picture frame hanging on the wall, on the print background.Let me know how to go about purchasing it. All of these are awesome though!

    Kim

  2. These are quirky! I can just imagine being shown to one of these rooms above the saloon, by” Miss Kitty” on “Gunsmoke”. Beautiful.

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