A Story of Things Part 5

So you see tapestry is so imperfect and quaint. And somehow it has been relegated to an irrelevant craft. But I am unashamed to say I love them. This tapestry of unknown alps came from an op shop around Lake Macquarie. It was  mistreated and ignored in a dusty pile of prints and paintings. I snapped it up for the bargain price of $5, brought it home, dusted it off and painted the frame a brilliant shade of red. On the back it advertises the framer as The Frameman Lambton Rd Broadmeadow. It's not there anymore. Anyway I guess the artwork is 20 years old or so. Although it 's yellowing and old Its days of irrelevance are over.
So you see tapestry is so imperfect and quaint. And somehow it has been relegated to an irrelevant craft. But I am unashamed to say I love them. This tapestry of unknown alps came from an op shop around Lake Macquarie. It was mistreated and ignored in a dusty pile of prints and paintings. I snapped it up for the bargain price of $5, brought it home, dusted it off and painted the frame a brilliant shade of red. On the back it advertises the framer as The Frameman Lambton Rd Broadmeadow. It’s not there anymore. Anyway I guess the artwork is 20 years old or so. Although it ‘s yellowing and old Its days of irrelevance are over.
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