Fab Fotos – BARNS!

Have I ever mentioned how much I love barns? Maybe not so much being inside barns, (unless there are cute animals inside), but the look of barns from the outside. There is something so rustic and beautiful about them. To me, they feel majestic and they practically scream “America!”

Our business is named Red Barn Artworks because of this love for barns, so I thought I would share some of my barn artwork with you…

BlRoofNote

BlSideNote

RBCupoNote

RBNote

StonewaNote

WalpBarnNote

SugBarnNote

All of these barn images, plus a few others can be found here on our website. We print our images on a wide variety of gift items, such as canvas, ceramic tiles, glass sun catchers, porcelain ornaments, jewelry boxes, and note cards, to name a few. We also custom print your photos with or without our signature paint effect.

How do you feel about barns? Are there any that you love where you live?

Thank you for reading!

Until next time,

Red Barn Artworks... A small company with a big passion to create meaningful art from everyday photos.

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6 Responses to “Fab Fotos – BARNS!

  1. These are wonderful Suerae. They certainly say “Americana” from NC’s tobacco barns to the wonderful stone foundations I remember from the northeast. The 2nd one with snow in this group would make a wonderful Christmas card!
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  2. When I was a boy and we went up to the mountains, there were majestic barns to see. Most have disappeared Just like the barns that existed on the far reaches of Long Island (ok, not so far). (Even the Indian Reservation that was less than 10 minutes from my home was “moved” for progress…)
    Living in Michigan and rural Virginia for a decade and a half left me surrounded by them. Working with some of those farmers (who were really businesses- keep that in mind, folks) to help them make more money was pretty rewarding. But, for the past two decades plus, I’ve been in the DC area. Which means folks may live like they should be in barns,may be pumping manure out from their offices, but real barns are not to be seen.
    Thanks for sharing the visages.
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  3. Suerae These photos remind me of my college days in upstate NY. The countryside was filled with beautiful structures and people were just beginning to approach the barn owners about recycling the broken down buildings into flooring and siding. It’s like stepping back in time when you still see them functioning and in use today. I know why you are so in love with them! On another note-those chick pea cookies look divine and I can’t wait to try them and share with my gluten free friends. And as always , thanks so much for your kind words on the redesign of my blog. It was not an easy process and your compliments warmed my heart and made me think it was all worth while. Much appreciated.
    Alison
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    • suerae says:

      Where did you go to college, Alison? Yes, barns have a certain vintage appeal, since many are not in use anymore. And I meant every word about your blog – I really do LOVE it. I can only imagine the work that went into it. And I completely understand the difficulties with WordPress. It often tends to be a love/hate relationship with me. Thank you for being here! :)

  4. Muriel says:

    I love barns as they remind me of the mountains and the countryside. I love looking at them but I am not sure I could live in one. What about you?
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