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Named among America's Top 25 Best-Selling Artists --Decor, June, 2002

Dave Barnhouse recreates the best of times in his rural and small town American art works. His portraits are snap shots of life the way he remembers it from the 1950s and 60s. "Collectors tell me they often put themselves in my art. It’s a way we all can relive some of the happiest moments of our youth." Barnhouse's works fall into the Americana genre, as he works with illumination and adds a nostalgic touch to give viewers feeling they are actually present and part of the painting,
    Although most of the issued prints are limited editions these are all open editions prints:

    Visit the following pages to enjoy many of Dave's limited edition   prints or one of the 4 original paintings we have available.

David Barnhouse printsContact us, if you're looking for a print we don't have on the web, or want a catalog of prints. We have not had time to add everything yet.
David Barnhouse printsLearning more about Barnhouse was hard. Only one biographical article on Barnhouse was found. It's short but does included Dave's picture. Always nice to see what the artist looks like.
David Barnhouse printsDave Barnhouse prints are either limited editions, signed and numbered (s/n) prints or signed only (SO). Prices vary by availability of the prints. Prints are framed (sample) in a hardwood complemented by a color coordinated double mat. Glass, backing, and hanger finish the framing package.
nostalgia art prints, americana art printsCall today, 507-223-5721, to place your order, or, use our email order form. We'll call you back to finalize your choice of framing. We take Visa, Master Card and Discover Card via personal contact at this time. Your print will be on it's way as soon as it is framed.


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Dave Barnhouse's "Ready to Ride"
"Ready to Ride"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
14 " x 25"
Open Edition


$95 print
$265 framed print

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2007 - There are three cycle riders meeting at Doc's Market. The store is open as the light from inside is shinning outside. We see others there talking to the riders. People are watching from the yard to the left. There is a sign to the right for "Indian" Motorcycles. The chrome is polished and shine in the store's light.
    
Dave Barnhouse's "A Bridge to Unity"
"A Bridge to Unity"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
14" x 25 3/4"
open edition, signed

$70 print
$235 framed print

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Latest Barnhouse print depicting a fall evening with the trees changing to the lovely yellow and orange colors. Town residents are slowly moving to the Little Mission Church for evening services.
Dave Barnhouse's "Preflight Check at Kittty Hawk

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"Preflight check at Kitty Hawk"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
14" x 22"
paper
20" x 28"
open edition

$60 print
$215 framed print

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1903-2003: Celebrating One Hundred Years of Powered Flight -- An avid aviation fan, Mr. Barnhouse chose to commemorate this exciting anniversary year of the first powered flight by acknowledging the long hours and number of people involved to send the Kitty Hawk to where before only birds had flown under their own power. For years the Wright brothers and their team worked into the night reinventing and adjusting the Kitty Hawk before achieving their successful flight on December 17, 1903. On that day a witness was heard to say, “They have done it!. Damn if they ain’t flew!”
   Note: The print comes with the border. You can frame either with the border displayed or without as in the top graphic.
Dave Barnhouse's "An Old Fashioned Christmas"
"An Old Fashioned Christmas"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
11" x 18"
Open Edition

$55 print
$149.95 framed print

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"A few weeks before Christmas it was a tradition that everyone helped with the decorations," the artist recalls. 'With excited anticipation the kids brought the box of holiday lights and garlands from the attic. Grandpa supervised the job. He knew where all the decorations went and even offered his 1940 Ford pickup as scaffolding to help trim the highest point.'"
Dave Barnhouse's "Nothing Runs Like a Deere"
"Nothing Runs Like a Deere"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
12" x 36"
Open Edition


$80 print
$230 framed print

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"...Dave Barnhouse re-creates the best of times in his depictions of small town America. Celebrations of rural family life as portrayed in these prints convey the camaraderie central to those who share common interests. [He is] an officially licensed artist for John Deere...."
Dave Barnhouse's "American Made"
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"American Made"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
new size
9" x 12"
Signed Open Ed.

$85 print
$149.95 framed print

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"The country store was a social gathering place in rural America and offered a wide array of merchandise - groceries, hardware, clothes, medications. In this delightful image a young couple on their motorcycles have stopped by for a cold soda. As a boy admires their powerful machines, two old-timers sit on the porch, intent on a leisurely game of checkers. Mom and Pop load up the pickup and get ready to head home."
Friendly Rivalry by Dave Barnhouse
"Friendly Rivalry"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
18 5/8" x 13"
each image size
6 5/16" x 9"
Open Ed.
Signed


$55 print
$149.95 framed print

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"The County or State Fair is one of rural America's most cherished institutions where neighbors often meet for some friendly competition. For some, the best part of the Fair is the tractor pull that's based on good-natured rivalry between those brand loyal to John Deere, Farmall or International."
    The two prints included here are: "The Rematch" and "Bragging Rights."
"Common Ground" by Dave Barnhouse

"Common Ground"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
12" x 24"
Open Ed.
Signed

$55 print
$149.95 framed print

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"The name of this farm, "Lazy Day", perfectly describes the painting's mood. As evening settles in, granddad and grandson lean easily on their tractors. Perhaps, we imagine, they discuss the relative merits of a Farmall and a John Deere. The artist comments: 'The older man is retired, but his love affair with tractors continues. He often spends his day tinkering with it, and takes a special pride in encouraging his young prodigy.'"
"Once in a Lifetime" by Dave Barnhouse
"Once in a Lifetime"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
12" x 24"
Open Ed.


$70 print
$215 framed print

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"The delivery of a brand new tractor is a once in a lifetime event for this small farm. They say everything is different from A to Z on this new generation tractor, so the whole family eagerly gathers to inspect it. The steady "Old Gold" tractor still hitched to the hay wagon is not yet retired, but if it were human, it just might be jealous of all the attention paid to the shiny new John Deere."
"Shop Talk" by Dave Barnhouse

"Shop Talk"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
11" x 18"
Open Ed.
Signed


$55 print
$149.95 framed print

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"'While driving through the countryside I came to this small crossroads village,' the artist recalls. 'It really wasn't much more then two or three buildings. Almost nothing to it. These three old boys were just talking away. Small talk. Shop talk. I love to just kind of hang out and listen. These neighbors were sure in low gear, visiting among their farm equipment, comfortable in their bib overalls and secure in their friendship.
One of Dave Barnhouse's many prints would make a great gift choice for Christmas, Mother's Day, or as a birthday gift for a friend, relative or even yourself. What better way to bring back those fond memories of times gone by.

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Yes, we do APPRAISALS of prints. However, there is a cost.
The first print is $35.00 and each print after that is $10.00.
Just give us some lead time.     Allen

We regret the need to raise our shipping costs.
Postage costs have steadily increased while we held the line on our shipping prices.
We no longer can. We need to add $5 for each framed print under $200
and $10 to the price of any framed print $200 and over. There is
no price change on an unframed print.


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