Ready for the RideBy John Sloane
Just hear those sleigh bells jingle-ing
Ring ting tingle-ing too
Come on, it's lovely weather
For a sleigh ride together with you
Giddy-yap giddy-yap giddy-yap let's go
Let's look at the snow
We're riding in a wonderland of snow
Giddy-yap giddy-yap giddy-yap it's grand
Just holding your hand
We're gliding along with the song of a wintry fairy land
~Unknown (Traditional Holiday Carol)
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Full Drill Canvas Size
25" x 20″ (65cm x 51cm)
Round with 46 Colors including 2 ABs
Full drill canvases are the best way to capture the brilliance and beauty of the original artwork. As these paintings are created by placing diamonds on every inch of the entire rendering, full drill canvases are perfect for those who want to dazzle others with radiant sparkle.
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Round diamonds are easier and faster to pick-up and put in place. They are generally preferred by beginners since meticulous placement is not required. With our unique 26 faceted round diamond design, your painting is sure to sparkle in ways that outshine any of our competitors!
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About the artist
John Sloane wanted to be an artist from the time he was able to hold a pencil. Instead of seeking formal art training, John entered college to pursue a liberal arts degree. In his spare time, he studied the works of great American artists and illustrators, developing his skills in painting and composition. Shortly after his graduation, he began to obtain free-lance commissions and has since developed a loyal clientele of publishers and collectors. An Illinois native, John's creativity blossomed after moving to an old farm, where he continually finds daily inspiration in nature and the region's rich history.See More Work