"Marshmallow Meeting," a Halloween Witch Marshmallow Roast Black Cats Jack o Lanterns River Bonfire Folk Art Print by Deborah Gregg
"Marshmallow Meeting" a PRINT by Deborah Gregg
Stay clear of the river house on Halloween. Cloaked in black, they come from everywhere it seems to meet and...cause trouble? No...it's a marshmallow roast! They do love them (roasted till almost blackened is the only way to eat them) and what better way to celebrate All Hallows Eve than with marshmallows. Three gourmet flavors will be offered this year: lemon, pumpkin spice and kiwi. One of the hosts' cats is getting hers before the crowds arrive. Hazel is bringing a bucket of her sweet apples and the Jack O Lanterns have been lit and house decorated. Even the roasting sticks are ready. A cozy scene. Why the caution? Well it's said that if you are not invited and attempt a party crash, you will be met with a flaming marshmallow to the forehead! :0)
A small, very dark, primitive style folk art PRINT on archival quality Kodak Endura professional photo paper with a "luster" finish (has a slight sheen but is not high gloss). It measures 5" tall and 7" long. Copyright notice on piece is on digital image only, not the actual PRINT. Happy Harvest!
"Shadows of a thousand years rise again unseen, Voices whisper in the trees, "Tonight is Halloween!" ~Dexter Kozen