Adirondack Chairs-Scripture 18x24 Fully Illuminated LED Wall Art

Indulge in the serenity of the great outdoors with our Adirondack Chairs 18x24 Fully Illuminated LED Art. Featuring a picturesque scene of two Adirondack chairs sitting peacefully on the bank of a tranquil lake, this stunning artwork is sure to transport you to a place of pure relaxation and bliss.

As you admire the artwork, you'll be greeted by the majestic presence of an eagle, moose, and duck in the background, adding an extra touch of natural beauty and wildlife wonder to the piece. With the powerful message of Romans 8:39 This scripture serves as a reminder that, just like the unwavering love shared between the two Adirondack chairs in the artwork, the love of God is unshakeable and everlasting.

This LED art is not only breathtakingly beautiful, but it's also designed to illuminate any room with a soft, warm glow. Perfect for creating a cozy ambiance in your home, office, or cabin, our Adirondack Chairs LED Art is a must-have for anyone who loves the great outdoors and wants to bring a touch of nature into their space.

Adirondack Chairs-Scripture 18x24 Fully Illuminated LED Wall Art Details:

  • "Nothing in all creation will ever be able to separate us from the love of God" Romans 8:9
  • Fully Illuminated LED
  • Color Changing Lights: 16 Colors.
  • Remote Control
  • Timer - 2, 4, 6 hour
  • Power by included USB Cable or AA Battery
  • 18" x 24" x 1.5"
  • Made in USA
  • Artwork © Greg & Company, LLC.

    About the Artist:

    Greg Giordano has been painting all his life. His father Joseph Giordano was a groundbreaking professional in the art licensing field, and he instilled a love for drawing and sketching in Greg at a young age. After studying at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, Greg went on to further cultivate his career as a wildlife artist, and then developed his own business in the licensing industry.

    When he’s not painting, you’ll find Greg visiting art galleries, hitting antique and flea markets, hiking and spending time outdoors and attending antique car shows. He resides in Ridgefield, CT. with his wife Joyce and daughter Jessica. His property is home to deer, fox, coyote, turkey, beaver and many different species of birds. Local farms provide inspiration for his horse paintings.



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