Gallery Footstools with Shoes
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Horse lovers, saddle up! It’s time to hit the happy trails! Decked out in cowboy boots, fur-suede spats, blue jeans, and suspenders.
An adorable oversized caterpillar meets the gaze of the tiny butterfly fairy in a depiction of the loveliest of proverbs: “Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly.”
Depicts the beloved Wizard of Oz story with movie anniversary photos. The whimsical piece wears ruby slippers.
An adaptation to a divinely-inspired song, she is a beacon of light – a healing angel sailing alongside – a foot bridge over troubled water.
Fireworks explode over a landscape of diversity for an all-American Fourth of July celebration.
Specially made for toddlers and the young at heart, this adorable bath time piece wears fuzzy baby duck slippers and a terry cloth wrap.
Watch the iconic New York Yankees in the 2008 playoffs with legendary Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, and manager Casey Stengel watching in the stands.
Celebrates small local farms and the bounty of the land bringing forth fresh produce from farm to table for generations.
Nearly 100 species of plants, animals, minerals, and celestial bodies make up this piece. Some are real objects. Can you find the seven squirrels?
A comfy patchwork quilt wearing teddy bear slippers evokes peace and quiet with a cup of tea.
Rural life on the Emerald Isle is brought to life in this intricately detailed piece. Symbols of Celtic culture and modern Ireland meet.
Tongue-lolling Gus and his friendly canine companions bring cheer by seemingly saying, “Let’s be best friends. Want to play?”
Get ready for a photo safari. African animals sport fur, tail, animal print boots, and wild bling for a snappy look.
Brings to life the notorious 18th century English pirate whose real name was Edward Teach.
This piece is quintessential whimsy, meaning quaint, fanciful and humorous. These ‘tweet birds beckon you to join in the beauty of life.
Butterick® pattern girls from the 1950’s are whimsically placed in Floral Park, Queens, NY. Their motto: Gardening is cheaper than therapy.
It’s a beautiful day for a garden party, but something is amiss in the house. Can you find the clues?
A Monet-like garden of blue impressions; Claude Monet was to have said, “I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers.”
A sweet foray into bee land where you can find sunshine on a stem and a buzz of activity around yellow blooms.
It’s the height of summer and Aunt Devine’s bistro is serving raspberry tart and chocolate mint tea.
This piece celebrates the much-loved season of autumn with decorative pumpkins, golden leaves, and friendly scarecrows.
Opening night and the prima ballerina takes center stage for the Nutcracker ballet. Behind her an ethereal troupe of French dancers prances and pirouettes.
Elements of Hans Christian Anderson’s fairy tale depicting the struggle between good and evil in an icy world.
Depicts a simple, old-fashioned Christmas when children anticipated the arrival of Santa bringing marbles, wooden toys and gingerbread men.