Made in the USA: Seasonal Winter Prints

Old Red Gingerbread Print Environment Here at Sturbridge Yankee Workshop, we are always expanding our assortment of beautiful framed prints for you to add to your home decor. Sometimes all you need to get you through a long winter is colorful wall art options that will brighten any space and make you smile every time you see them.

Thankfully, we have wall art for all seasons available on our website, making it easier to decorate all year long. Here we have gathered a few of our favorite winter themed prints, all made right here in the USA. Sit back, relax and enjoy peaceful scenes that winter themes have to offer in your home this season and all year.

Old Mill Stream Print
Artist Dan Campanelli

Renowned artist Dan Campanelli has received over 100 awards and honors for his watercolors of historic buildings. His prints evoke peaceful, serene sensations and capture moments in time across idyllic landscapes. Here we can easily see the emotion conveyed in Old Red Gingerbread Print and Big Wheel Print, two Campanelli classics available now at Sturbridge Yankee Workshop. Imagine the realistic country feel that these stunning prints will bring into your home.

Old Red Gingerbread Print
Big Wheel Print Campanelli’s Big Red Barns

Stark contrast in muted tones combine to create a rustic country feel on each print, double matted and framed under glass for instant decorating in any room. While similar in color scheme and location choice, each print evokes a unique sensation. Old Red Gingerbread evokes a calm, almost silent feeling while Big Wheel conveys a sense of motion, and working structures in this winter wonderland.


Maine Artist Nancy Michalak

Using silhouette paper and intricate scissor work, as inspired by Scherenschnitte (a German paper cutting technique), Nancy creates the original pieces, which are then reproduced here in stunning quality for display in your home.

Although these prints feature cool colors of white and blue, the warmth exuded by their imagery will warm your heart and your home this winter. Winter Moon, Hope, and Skaters at Dusk will all add a special touch to any wall all all year long.

Winter Moon Papercut Framed Print
Hope Papercut Framed Print Skaters at Dusk Papercut Framed Print

Vermont Artist Fred Swan

Although the brisk weather taps on your cheeks and nose, the warmth provided by the sights in Late January Print makes it easier to spend another peaceful moment outside. Vermont artist Fred Swan masters the art of creating comforting, warm winter scenes, despite the cool colors and piles of snow on the landscape. Hang this print all year long for dramatic effect in any room. Giclee print is double matted, under glass, with a brown wood-look frame.

Late January Print

Maine Artist Tracy Lizotte

Snuggling owls and a kitty with a cardinal make for sweet, whimsical displays in your country home. Maine artist Tracy Lizotte creates her whimsical watercolor prints from imagery in her everyday life in Acton, Maine. Her rural home provides the perfect setting for her nature inspired artwork. These museum quality prints recreate her delicate brushstrokes in perfect form, making it feel as though the artist has created these works just for your very own display. Set in wood frames and matted under glass for instant display on a wall.

Peculiar Encounter Print Owl Smooch Print

Artist Bonnie Mohr

A friendly looking horse, attached to his owner’s buggy, does not seem to mind the cold weather on this night. Inside the house we see light emitting from every window as the residents sit down with a warm cup of tea or soup to keep the chill out. Large deciduous trees in the background still hold onto a majority of their leaves, but the evergreens stand tall with deep green boughs ready to brace the season. White snow becomes a swirling kaleidoscope of color as the sun reflects off of the landscape.Artist Bonnie Mohr is best known for her paintings of one of the favored farm animals, cows. She captures rural, American country scenes, creates inspirational paintings, and reminds us all to stop and enjoy the beauty that life has to offer.

An Evening Visit Print

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