CHRISTOPHER ARNDT IMAGES | Turning Ordinary into Extraordinary
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Our weekender tote bags are chic and perfect for a day out on the town, a staycation, or a weekend getaway. The tote is crafted with soft, spun poly-poplin fabric and features double-stitched seams for added durability. The 1" thick cotton handles are perfect for carrying the bag by hand or over your shoulder. This is a must-have for the summer.
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the stately Gothic-Revival styled Cupola House was built in 1871 by Levi Thorp � one of... more
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Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the stately Gothic-Revival styled Cupola House was built in 1871 by Levi Thorp � one of Egg Harbor's earliest settlers. A prominent merchant in the county, Thorp managed lumbering, farming, and orchard operations.
Chicago-based artist Christopher Arndt has been telling stories through imagery for over 30 years. Widely known for his trademark photo-painting style which combines the realism of photography with the rich textures of a digital oil-painting, he transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary. His work breathes new life into familiar landmarks of Chicago, New York City, and everywhere in-between. Christopher's collectible artwork is displayed in homes and offices across the world by people who love his bold colors and dazzling images. His artwork is a favorite among the Postcrossing postcard exchange world. To purchase one of his breathtaking postcards, please visit the Christopher Arndt Postcard Co. website. Wholesale inquiries...
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