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Cheryl Harness Papers: Artwork

Cheryl Harness Artwork

Cheryl Harness Artwork           

 

Collection Inventory

 

Framed Artwork

          1. Children’s Literature Festival Logo—7 ½” X 11 ¾” (with frame 12 ¼” X 17” X ⅞”)—Mule with boy reading; Signed—Second Floor UCM Library— Media: Ink
          2. 
Grandpa’s Slide Show p. 18—12” X 10”( with frame 14 ¼” X 14 ¾” X 1”)-- Children hiding under blanket tent while Mom talks on phone; Signed —Second Floor
              UCM Library— Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
         3. 
Night-Light Mother Goose pp. 18-19—9 ½” X 18 ¼” (with frame 11 ½” X 23” X 1”)-- Village with "Sally Go the Moon" and "Man in the Moon"—Second Floor
             UCM Library—Media: 
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
         4. 
Under the Moon  pp. 14-15—9 ½” X 19 ½” (with frame 11 ¼” X 24 ¼” X 1”)-- Rabbit and family of mice; Signed —Second   Floor UCM Library--
             Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
         5. 
Amazing Impossible Erie Canal p. 7—8 ¼” X 5” (with frame 14 ¼” X 11 ¼” X 1”)-- Flat-bottomed boat; Signed —Gilbert Room—Media:
             
Watercolor
         6. 
They’re Off! The Story of the Pony Express  pp. 8-9—11 ⅝” X 17 ⅞” (with frame 14” X 22 ½” X 1”)—Stage Coach—Second Floor UCM Library--
              Media:Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil           
        
7. They’re Off! The Story of the Pony Express pp. 18-19—14 ¼” X 28 ½” ( with frame 16 ½” X 23 ¼” X 1”)-- "Welcome Pony Express"—Second  Floor UCM
              Library--Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
         8. 
Young Abe Lincoln: the Frontier Days 1809-1837  p. 5—14” X 9” (with frame 16 ¼” X 14 ¼” X 1”)-- 2 scenes - family working and young boy with woman—
             Second Floor UCM Library-- Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
         9. 
Abe Lincoln Goes to Washington 1837-1865 pp. 8-9--14 ⅝” X 19 ¼” (with frame 16 ⅞” X 24 ¼” X 1”)--House in  Springfield;  Lincoln at law office with young
             sons—Second Floor UCM Library-- Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        10. 
Abe Lincoln Goes to Washington 1837-1865 pp. 12-13—14 ⅝” X 19 ¼” (with frame 16 ⅞” X 24 ¼” X 1”)--Beardless Lincoln gives public address.-- Second
              Floor UCM Library-- Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        11. 
Mark Twain and the Queens of the Mississippi pp. 16-17—10 ¾” X 21” (with frame 13” X 27” X 1”)--Native people traveling; the Mississippi and Samuel 
              Clemens as a boy--Second Floor UCM Library-- Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        12. 
Young Teddy Roosevelt pp. 18-19—12 ¾” X 19” (with frame 15” X 23 ¾” X 1”)-- Theodore dancing with Alice; he was youngest member of state assembly--
               Second Floor UCM Library-- Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        13. 
Ghosts of the 20th Century pp. 32-33-- Josh and Albert in Berlin Germany when the cold war ends--                    Second Floor UCM Library-- Media:
             
Watercolor/Ink/Color  Pencil
        14. 
Ghosts of the 20th Century pp. 28-29-- War and Peace protest; tie-dyed VW van-- Second Floor UCM Library-- Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        15. 
M is for Mount Rushmore title page-- 5 ¼" X 6" (with frame 14" X 13" X ⅞")-- Title page – coyote; Signed --Second Floor UCM Library--
              Media: 
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        16. 
M is for Mount Rushmore pp. 10-11--19" X 9 3/4" (with frame 27 1/4" X 18" X 1")-- E is for expedition; Signed -- Second Floor UCM Library--
              Media: 
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        17. 
M is for Mount Rushmore p. 20—10 ¼” X 12 ½” (with frame 14 ¾” X 14 ½” X 1”)-- M is for Mount Rushmore; Signed --Second Floor UCM Library--
              Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        18. 
M is for Mount Rushmore p. 22--9 3/4" X 11 3/4" (with frame 14 1/4" X 13 3/4" X 1")--O is for observation; Signed --Second Floor UCM Library--
              Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        19. 
M is for Mount Rushmore p. 23--10" X 12" (with frame 14 1/4" X 13 3/4" X 1")--P is for Pasque Flower; Signed --Second Floor UCM Library--
              Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        20. 
M is for Mount Rushmore --pp. 24-25--19" X 9 3/4" (with frame 27 1/4" X 18" X 1")-- Q is for Quest; Signed --Second Floor UCM Library--
              Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        21. 
M is for Mount Rushmore-- Page 16—10 ⅜” X 13 ⅛” (with frame 14 ½” X 14 ½” X 1”)—J is for Jewel Cave-- Signed-- Media:  Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        22. 
M is for Mount Rushmore-- Page 32—10” X 13 ⅝” (with frame 14 ½” X 14 ½” X 1”)—V is for Verendrye-- Signed-- Media Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        23. 
Grandpa’s Slide Show--Page 14— Illustration Grandmother tucking in grandchildren—12 ½” X 10 ½” (with frame 13 5/8” X 17 7/8” X 1”)—Signed
        24. 
Oh, I Love!--Pages 16-17—10” X 20” (with frame 12 ¼” X 22” X ¾”)— Illustration Child with stuffed goose having cookies Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        25. 
Night Before Christmas--Pages 8-9—14” X 20” (with frame 22” X 16  ¼” X 1”)—Illustration of fireplace with stockings, dog in chair-- Media: 
              
Watercolor/Ink/Color  Pencil
        26. 
They’re Off: the Story of the Pony Express--Pages 22-23—15” X 20”—Pony Express rider outruns hostile natives—Media:  Watercolor—Illustration
        27. 
Amazing Impossible Erie Canal--Pages 10-11—15 ⅛” X 19 ⅝” (with frame 17 3/4" X 22 1/2" X 1")—How the canal was  built –Signed-- Media:
              
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil-- Illustrations and text
        28. 
Ghosts of the 20th Century-- Pages 30-31—22 ⅜” X 12 ¼” (with frame 26 1/4" X 13 3/4" X 1")—The seventies: Women’s Equality and America’s Bicentennial--
              Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencils
        29. 
Remember the Ladies-- Pages 10-11—20” X 14” (with frame 22 7/8" X 17" X 1")—Betsy Ross, Sybil Ludington, Margaret Corbin, Deborah Simpson—Media:
              
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        30. 
Adventurous Life of Myles Standish and the Amazing-but-true Survival Story of the Plymouth Colony. Page 6—8 ⅞” X 10 ¾” (with frame 13" X 17" X 1")
              —Colonial soldier-Myles Standish—Media:
Pencil/Ink
        31. 
Women Daredevils—Pages 8, 40, 44--9" X 11"; 9 1/2" 11 1/2"; 9 1/2" X 11 1/2" (with frame 32" X 15 1/4" X 1")-- Zazel being being shot from a cannon; Cody
              on ladder under plane and above the ocean; Carver on horse diving off high dive—Media: Watercolor            
        32. 
Franklin and Eleanor—Pages 16, 20, 34--12" X 8", 10" X 7 1/2", 10 1/8" X 8 3/8" (with frame 30 7/8" X 14 7/8" X 1")-Franklin and Eleanor's wedding; An ill
              Franklin talking to reporter; Franklin reading Washington Post Media:Watercolor/Ink                                  
        33. 
Franklin and Eleanor—Pages 25, 30-- 10 3/4" X 7 3/8"; 10" X 8" (with frame 12 5/8" X 20 3/8" X 1")-- Men going to work for Civilian Conservation Corps;
              People during the Great Depression camped in "hobo" jungle—Media: Watercolor/Ink
        34. 
Young Abe Lincoln:  the Frontier Days 1809-1837—Pages 20-21-- 18" X 13" (with frame 23 1/2" X 18 3/8" X 1 1/2")--Working  as a flatboatman—Media:
              Watercolor