Placemats

0066 DSC 0166Matisse started cut-paper as an art form from his wheelchair at the time he could no longer stand at an easel. I called it “drawing with scissors” as an alternative to the more difficult (for me) drawing with pen, ink, and watercolor which came later.

IMG 0340With time and loads of espresso in the corner of a Paris cafe, I came to love this medium as well.

Fresh as a salad, a bowl of fruit or a moment in a Paris cafe.  
Brand new are these 12” x 18” placemats produced here in our Connecticut environs.
The mats are to be wiped clean, reusable, and food safe while entertaining the eye and the taste buds. 

Great gifts for you and your kitchen, pool side or deck. We are happy to ship as a gift as well.

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Beach | Placemat

$8.00

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Bistro Midi | Placemat

$8.00

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Blueberry | Placemat

$8.00

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Breakfast | Placemat

$8.00

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Go Fish! | Placemat

$8.00

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I Love Paris | Placemat

$8.00

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Lemons | Placemat

$8.00