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Car iPhone 14 Case featuring the photograph Barn and Fleetmaster by Deborah Smith

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Barn and Fleetmaster iPhone 14 Case

Deborah Smith

by Deborah Smith

$26.00

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Barn and Fleetmaster iPhone 14 case by Deborah Smith.   Protect your iPhone 14 with an impact-resistant, slim-profile, hard-shell case. The image is printed directly onto the case and wrapped around the edges for a beautiful presentation. Simply snap the case onto your iPhone 14 for instant protection and direct access to all of the phone's features!

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I spotted this elderly Chevy under a shed beside an old Tobacco barn near my home in So. Carolina. The barn owner told me that his great grandfather... more

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Comments (7)

Kathleen Scanlan

Kathleen Scanlan

Very nice post work. It speaks to the "oldness" of the imagery.

Deborah Smith replied:

Thanks very much, Kathleen!

Skip Willits

Skip Willits

Great work here Deborah. Your finish of the image tells a story in itself. Nice!

Deborah Smith replied:

Thanks very much, Skip!

Michael Eingle

Michael Eingle

Wow that's an awesome car sitting there under the shed roof! I bet someone would love to restore that! Cool b&w Deborah! l/f

Deborah Smith replied:

Thanks, Michael. It would be awesome to see it restored. :)

Stephanie Moore

Stephanie Moore

Marvellous find! f/v

Deborah Smith replied:

Thanks, Stephanie! :)

Kim Gauge

Kim Gauge

it tells a story - love it!! f

Deborah Smith replied:

Thanks very much, Kim!

Sarah Loft

Sarah Loft

Very cool!

Deborah Smith replied:

Thank you, Sarah. :)

Mitch Shindelbower

Mitch Shindelbower

Excellent work Deborah !! l/f

Deborah Smith replied:

Thanks, Mitch! :)

Protect your with an impact-resistant, slim-profile, hard-shell case.   The image is printed directly onto the case and wrapped around the edges for a beautiful presentation.   Simply snap the case onto your for instant protection and direct access to all of the phone's features!

Artist's Description

I spotted this elderly Chevy under a shed beside an old Tobacco barn near my home in So. Carolina. The barn owner told me that his great grandfather used to "run up and down the coast" in it. I removed the color from everything in the scene except the car to accentuate its multicolored aging, courtesy of nature.
About this car:
"The 1946, 1947, and 1948 Chevrolet Stylemaster, Fleetmaster, and Fleetline were warmed-over versions of 1942 cars, but that hardly mattered to a car-hungry public.

After nearly four war years in which no civilian passenger cars had been produced, Detroit could have sold anything with wheels that went round and round. Chevrolet, along with most of its competitors, shrewdly elected to serve up existing models. After all, the paid-for factory tooling was already in place, and the demand for new cars was unprecedented"

About Deborah Smith

Deborah Smith

Deborah is a photographer and painter living in historic Georgetown, South Carolina. Her inspiration comes from literature, fine arts, and the natural world. Many of her abstracts and mandala designs are created from her original photographs of flora and fauna and she is fond of creating digital illustrations and abstracts that blend Victorian Art Nouveau with modern techniques and styles. If you would like to see images of the original paintings posted here as they would look framed and hung, please email.

 

$26.00