Monday, September 28, 2015

Meet Women's Painted Furniture Artist Eve Marschark

American Craftsmen Show Artist Eve Marschark Women's Painted Furniture
Eve Marschark specializes in Women’s Painted Furniture, an early decorative art form of American Schoolgirl Art, practiced in academies from 1790 to 1830 by young ladies of means along the east coast.  Pieces were painted on finely figured and designed wooden boxes and tables with images that reflected personal experiences.  Eve Marschark offers pieces of finely figured curly maple, birds-eye maple and other light woods.  Each piece is designed one-at-a-time with attention to detail and historic relevance so that you may have your own heirloom to pass down through generations, commemorate marriages, births, and celebrate your family. 

Eve Marschark is from Bedminster, Pennsylvania and is listed in Early American Life Magazine’s Directory Listing of artists.  She is a member of the Early American Folk Art & Trades Facebook group

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