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#1 Economy Arcade, 93 Pike Street, Seattle, Washington 98101

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#391 New Flowers (8 x 10)
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#391 New Flowers (8 x 10)


#391 New Flowers  (8 x 10)
8 x 10″ signed mini-poster, foamcore-backed and bagged, New Flowers. This painting, done in 2011, is more typical of the way the Pike Place Flowers store sets up in the 2010’s.
8 x 10″ signed mini-poster, foamcore-backed and bagged, The First Starbucks.

  • Hand signed by the artist,
  • fits in 9 x 12 mat,
  • image with type,
  • on 120# or heavier acid-free paper,
  • foam-core backed and bagged.

Pike Place Daytables. People are amazed at the prices of the flowers on the daytables. Flowers are one agricultural product that apparently can be grown quite successfully in the dry Northwest summers without any need for irrigation. Daytable farmers must grow their own product and set up and take down every day. Daytablers are known for doing a brisk business during the day, and notice one vase is empty. In second printing as of 10-2009.

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