When Ted Schrader walked into Sedona Green, he couldn't resist purchasing my lizard painting. Now it keeps him company in his bedroom in Springville, Utah. Floridian Benni Heacock bought this placemat painting from Sedona Trading Post because, as she says, "It matches the decore in my sunroom perfectly!"
Robin McClure, of Beverly Hills, chose this tasseled rug from Sedona Trading Post.
Sedona Rug Paintings & Other Artistic Accents
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Jill Williams started painting rug murals on the walls of her own home to save money. Her renderings, framed in rope, looked so authentic that people started asking her to paint similar designs for their homes and casitas. She began working with the textured side of hardie board to recreate the woven feeling of a rug. But these paintings were moveable. Jill's designs are generally inspired by southwestern patterns (Navajo, Hopi, Apache). She likes to add a visual inconsistency to tease the viewer. Can you find one in the sample below? (Clue: It's in the top half of the mural.)