Holiday Home 8x6 Lighted Tabletop Canvas

Escape into a winter wonderland with our Holiday Home 8x6 Lighted Tabletop Canvas. The perfect addition to your holiday decor, this canvas captures the essence of a snowy retreat.

At the center of the scene, two adorable rabbits stand beside a snow-covered fence, decorated with a festive wreath and a mailbox, patiently waiting for a special delivery. Behind them stands a shining lamp post, lighting up the snow-covered path that leads to a cozy cabin.

As you follow the path, you'll come across a wooden sled with a jolly snowman standing by it, beckoning you to come closer and join in on the holiday fun. The snow-covered trees that surround the scene glisten in the moonlight, making the setting even more magical.

The cabin in the background is the ultimate destination, with its warm lights shining through the windows and smoke pouring out of the chimney. It's the perfect place to cozy up with loved ones and create lasting memories.

Holiday Home 8x6 Lighted Tabletop Canvas Details:

  • Artwork by Abraham Hunter.
  • 8" x 6"
  • Easel Back
  • Fiber Optic/LED Technology
  • Auto Timer: On 6 HRS, Off 18 HRS.
  • Requires AA batteries, not included.
  • Made in China

About the Artist: 

Abraham is a self-taught, award winning artist, highly respected among wildlife
conservation groups and fans nationally. Starting to paint at age 12, Abraham
progressed from selling his work in local restaurants and gift shops to opening his
own gallery and being published, all by the time he was 21. “I’ve always been
driven inside by a need to create and immerse myself in the world I was creating.
I try to express my deep longing for a perfect world, full of peaceful homesteads,
villages, and wildlife, telling stories and expressing my faith with my work.
Abraham, his wife Whitney, and their son live in Knoxville, Tennessee where
they work, raise a family, and explore the mountains around them, with visits to
the beach as often as they can. An award-winning artist with a Federal Jr. Duck
Stamp win, and multiple wildlife conservation groups’ Art Print of the Year desig-
nations, young Abraham has a brilliant career ahead of him.



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