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In this Name Portrait, Charla has illustrated the history of coffee and the present day love of coffee. The original word for coffee, Qahwah, is in the center of the picture. The monk watching over his sheep represents the discovery of coffee. The ship symbolizes the coffee tree’s arrival in the New World. The illustration of the coffee plant along with the hummingbird, butterfly and ant represent the beauty of the coffee plantation. The early coffee houses of London and Paris are also illustrated. Whimsical sayings, words and pictures represent the present day love of coffee.
The original picture was created by Charla in hand designed and drawn lettering and illustrations in pen and ink, color pencil and pen. Vintage picture pieces (late 1800’s early 1900’s) were cut apart and embellished to fit the illustration.
Mat colors for
are: double black or double cream or double red. The picture is a quality reproduction individually highlighted and signed by the artist. It is reproduced on acid free card stock, backed with foam core and packaged in a clear envelope with a description of the picture written on the back.
This Name Portrait will fit into a standard size 8 by 10 double mat or an 11 by 14 double mat. It is not available as a framed picture but will fit into the above standard sizes. This Name Portrait may also be ordered as a 6 by 4 1/2 greeting card with envelop
8 x 10 dbl mat unframed
11 x 14 dbl mat unframed (+$10.00)
6 x 4.5 greeting card (NO mat) ($-22.00)
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Name Portraits by Charla
P.O. Box 334, Winchester, VA 22604
© 2010, Charla Hayen