For nearly a century, Dolle’s has been serving up caramel corn and salt water taffy. Dolle’s began in 1926 and moved to its present location in 1927. During the storm of 1962, the 3,500 pound taffy machine fell through the floor and into the sand below. The machine was rescued and is still in use today. Before air conditioning, candy shops would make chocolate only in the fall, winter or spring and then fall back on brittles, caramel corn and other treats in the summertime. Thankfully, you can buy delicious chocolate all summer at Dolle’s but buying this picture will give you joy without all the calories!
American-Artists.com is a juried website, ensuring excellence in every piece. The artisans are connoisseurs as well as craftsmen and have been chosen for their professional workmanship and originality of design. They take contemporary liberties with past forms, and their creative license gives the term “craft” fresh meaning and prestige. Committed to continuing the tradition of American handmade folk art, furniture and fine crafts.
In music circles, the reputation of the Birchmere is legendary. Many careers have been launched from this internationally recognized music hall. On any given night, a star may be born. Mary Chapin Carpenter, Lyle Lovett, Shawn Colvin, Jerry Jeff Walker, Dave Matthews, Vince Gill, John Prine, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, and k.d. Lang are just a few of the artists counted as good friends of the Birchmere. The Birchmere is committed to the presentation of the highest quality music in a comfortable and intimate atmosphere in Old Town, Alexandria, Virginia.
Pat Palermino has captured the toe-tapping swing of dancers at the Birchmere and this original artwork is available in cards and prints. Click here to buy
The Old Presbyterian Meeting House in Alexandria, Virginia, dates from the early eighteenth century. Scottish Presbyterians were among the early European settlers of Northern Virginia and were involved in establishing Alexandria as a port in 1749. The Society of Presbyterians worshiped publicly in the city from the 1760s, and the congregation’s first installed minister arrived in 1772. The history of the congregation is summarized in the Chronology and History sections of this Web site, and the Meeting House itself and other facilities belonging to the congregation are discussed in the Facilities section. Among other services that George Washington attended here was one conducted by the Rev. Dr. James Muir for the National Day of Solemn Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer in 1798. Alexandria’s memorial services for George Washington in 1799 were held in this sanctuary, and the church bell tolled in mourning during the four days between his death and burial. The Tomb of an Unknown Soldier of the American Revolution is located in the burying ground adjoining the Meeting House.
It’s a bit fantastical to imagine an ark full of animals – two of each to be exact! Of course no pictures of the actual event are available, but once again Pat Palermino dreams up what it could have looked like in her Two by Two original folk art painting. If we had been there our only request would be to not be seated next to the octopi!
19 X 23
Limited Edition Print $60
Note Cards $16
Framed Print $170
Decorative Framed $195
Mini Poster $24
We know it doesn’t feel like Springtime outside, but it is coming soon and so are the Cherry Blossoms in Washington DC! You must be quick to see them though because while they are stunningly beautiful they are also very delicate and the blossoms don’t last long. If you don’t make it to Washington this year to see them then you can always buy a Patricia Palermino original depiction of Jefferson’s monument and the tidal basin with the cherry trees in full bloom! You will feel the first breath of Spring when you look at this painting and you won’t have to fight through crowds of tourists to see the trees at their blooming best!
13 X 16, Unframed, Limited Edition Print $40
Note Cards $16
Framed Print $130
Decorative Framed $150
Mini Poster $24
Alexandria, Virginia celebrates Saint Patrick’s Day with a day of family fun events, including a classic car show, a dog show and a Saint Patrick’s Day Parade. The Irish Ambassador, military commanders, local government officials and other local celebrities will participate in the Alexandria parade. We love to watch the local high school and military bands, as well as the Irish folk dancers and bagpipers! And the dogs, of course! The dog show is always a joy to see and we will be on the lookout for Alex and Andria! Please tell us if you see them
No matter the season, the decor, the color scheme, or the favorite hobby, there’s a Pat Palermino creation that’s perfect for you! From historical prints of George Washington’s home, to holiday prints of Rockefeller Center, to beach prints and mermaids playing cards in Nantucket, Pat Palermino contemporary folk art is enjoyed by one and all.
We have original paintings, prints, note cards, ornaments, puzzles, children’s books and more! See it all by clicking here.
All Standard Framed Prints (Decorative frames not included)
30% Off from 10 pm tonight to 10 pm on Cyber-Monday (Mini prints can only be framed in stock colors)
ALL framed Patricia Palermino prints will be on SALE for 30% off regular price! Place your orders early so you do not miss this amazing offer. We are not sure which prints will sell-out first! (no rain checks available)
We are delighted to announce our first Patricia Palermino Black Friday Special! From 10pm on Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 22nd to 10pm on Friday, November, 23 2012, ALL Patricia Palermino contemporary American folk art unframed prints will be on sale at a 30% discount! Yes, that’s 30% off each and every unframed Patricia Palermino print. Buy some to keep and buy some to give away – this is an unprecedented sale!