Chevy Lends a Hand

by Dave Barnhouse

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  • Certificate of Authentication
  • Numbered and Signed by Artist
  • Limited Edition of 1,250 Prints
  • Offset Lithograph on Paper
  • Image Size 17 Inches Tall by 27 Inches Wide.
Even the strongest Chevy or the toughest Ford can get stuck in the mud on a rain-soaked country road. But how humbling to get a tow from the rival brand truck. On this evening the challenge is to take the help along with the good natured barbs. "You should'a bought a truck like mine" or "You get what you pay for." In the long run each owner will accept the help offered, no matter how hard it is to take.

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The Artist

Dave Barnhouse

Dave Barnhouse is a self-described "country boy" from Richmond, Ohio who grew up in small towns and has no intention of leaving their environs either physically or emotionally. "I want my art to make people feel as if thay were back home on a Friday evening, so thay can experience the warmth of a cozy fire and smell the homemade bread and cookies coming from the oven," he says.

As soon as he could hold a pencil, the artist started expressing his artistic talents. One of his first drawings was a threshing machine on his grandfather's farm in Ohio. "He drew all the little details," remembers his mother, who encouraged her son to pursue his art.
Currently, Barnhouse has settled into the Americana genre, constantly working with illumination and adding a nostalgic touch to make viewers feel they are actually present and a part of the painting.

Barnhouse's works have earned many awards and honors. He was voted America's third most popular print artists of 1995 and 1996 in dealer surveys conducted by U.S. ART magazine. He was included in InformArt's "Top 10 Hotteat New Artists" in 1995 and moved into number three position in 1996. He has been featured in numerous newspaper and magazine articles.

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