Grandpa's Fiddle
By Angie Cook
My husband's granddaddy was known as a tinkerer, because he made things and fixed things. In truth, he was an artisan, a fine craftsman who made fiddles, among other things. One of these precious instruments was passed down to Johnny. The fiddle was in need of repair and while raising a family of four, it had to wait for better days to receive the attention it needed. In the meantime, I preserved it in art form as you see below. A few years ago, the fiddle was finally restored by a the famed music man, Greg Curbow, another fine artisan, and creator of fine musical instruments. 

Limited edition lithograph prints are available at $20. each (shipping included). 

If you have historical heirlooms that you would like to preserve in this manner, 
I accept commissions with prices based on the individual job.
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More on drawing and the processes
of this art form is explained in About the Art.



To commission work or buy works seen here, please contact me at:
angiecook@tds.net
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