This broadside won 2nd place ribbon at the 2004 Heritage Fall Fair contest in the Calligraphy section
The wording is done in
a Foundational hand on cream toned "Stonehenge" paper in
black ink. The capitals painted in red ink, are surrounded with a
wagon wheel and spokes. The larger wagon wheel at the bottom left
overlaps onto the mat and both large wheels are painted using
watercolor pencils. The mat is a faux beige toned burlap.
This piece is a 3 dimensional work of art and the purple card stock is worked up to create the walls. The strip of cream paper also works up the walls.