blanket chest or hope chest has great art giclee canvas printed on three sides. Also functions as a bench. High quality craftsmanship and famous artwork make unique home decor furniture. Lid is strengthened with 3 strakes. Measures 48x19x20. The lid is connected with 3 L shaped hinges which are connected with five screws. Easy to assemble in 45 minutes, weighs 45 pounds. Two piston dampers soften the lid closing to protect fingers.
The ELK LODGEBOX™ is part of the LODGEBOX™ family of chests and products that “Combine Great Art and Function.” Its pine frame and top have an oil stained finish. Giclee* Canvas Art prints are stretched and glued on three side panels, then enhanced with a light glaze to protect and embellish the crispness of the art. The art is secured under Exclusive Licenses with world famous and recognized artists.
Perfect size for fireside use for seating, blankets, collectibles, fly rods, soccer bags, kids junk, paraphernalia; just a multitude of uses. Dimensions 48” by 18” by 19” Weight 40# Some assembly required, packaged for drop shipment, EDI capable, shipping ctn 52” by 24” by 7”. Shipping weight 46#. Easy to assemble in less than 30 minutes.
The art for this chest is from an original painting called Meadow Music. Nancy Glazier began her passion for painting as a young girl while living in Wyoming. This is where she studied the basic painting techniques with Adolf Spohr, the Cody Museum muralist. Nancy’s passion for art and her subject is evident in her paintings. She is famous for the way she can make her paintings feel “alive”. She wants her viewers to feel the warmth of the sun, or the crisp chill of winter, smell the sage and dust, or hear the bellow of the bison. She has studied the anatomy of the animals that she paints so that she can give a realistic portrayal of each animal. The amazing detail is evident in her art. Glazier says, “ I choose to put all the detail in the faces of the animals I paint, because my emphasis is on portraying the mood and the moment in that particular animals life. I strive to capture that animal on that day in a certain light, and in a certain circumstance. Each animal I paint is unique.”