Wine Cabinet stores fifteen wine bottles and glassware with licensed artwork by Rosemary Millette giclee-printed on canvas side panels The frame, top, and racks are solid New Zealand radiata pine with a hand stained and hand rubbed medium reddish brown finish, which is then protected with a lacquer coat and top coat. The art is giclee printed on canvas with three coats of UV inhibitor to protect against sunlight, extending the life of the art. The canvas is then glued onto panels and inserted into the frames.
- The overall dimensions are 33” by 22” by 11.5”
- Net weight: 20 lbs.
- Three racks; each holds five bottles.
- Shelf, and stemware holder.
- Estimated assembly time: 20 minutes.
- Artist - Rosemary Millette
subject matter - Backwoods Rendezvous
Kelseys Collection is where "Great Art & Function Meet"
Rosemary Millette is a renowned wildlife artist and has been developing and honing her skills ever since she was young. She has formal education and has been a commercial artist because of her hard work and self-discipline. Whether painting pheasants, deer, or elk her expertise and passion is evident in her paintings. The reason she is so famous is because of the way she can realistically portray each animals physical structure and tone. It is not only her realism, but the way she uses light, color, composition, and scenery to compliment the typical qualities of the animal.
This South Dakota artist is very proud of her association with organizations and groups that work to preserve and protect wildlife and the environment. She has worked closely with Pheasants Forever, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, and the Minnesota Deer Hunter’s Association