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Maple Trees Throw Pillow featuring the photograph Stoking The Sugarhouse by Tom Singleton

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Stoking The Sugarhouse Throw Pillow

Tom Singleton

by Tom Singleton



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Product Details

Our throw pillows are made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric and add a stylish statement to any room. Pillows are available in sizes from 14" x 14" up to 26" x 26". Each pillow is printed on both sides (same image) and includes a concealed zipper and removable insert (if selected) for easy cleaning.

Design Details

Keeping the fire burning hot to boil the maple sap requires constant stoking. This sugarhouse in West Brattleboro uses 50 cords of wood each sugaring... more

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Stoking The Sugarhouse Photograph by Tom Singleton


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Stoking The Sugarhouse Art Print

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Stoking The Sugarhouse Metal Print

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Stoking The Sugarhouse Acrylic Print

Acrylic Print

Stoking The Sugarhouse Wood Print

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Stoking The Sugarhouse Greeting Card

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Stoking The Sugarhouse iPhone Case

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Stoking The Sugarhouse Throw Pillow

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Stoking The Sugarhouse Duvet Cover

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Stoking The Sugarhouse Shower Curtain

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Stoking The Sugarhouse Tote Bag

Tote Bag

Stoking The Sugarhouse T-Shirt


Throw Pillow Tags

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Artist's Description

Keeping the fire burning hot to boil the maple sap requires constant stoking. This sugarhouse in West Brattleboro uses 50 cords of wood each "sugaring" season. Every 10 minutes this very hot fire gets new fuel.

About Tom Singleton

Tom Singleton

Tom Singleton has been involved in photography for more than forty years. He began with slides, moved to print film, then became involved with black and white film and developing his film and prints in a black and white darkroom. The evolution continued to the digital darkroom where Tom now uses a digital camera to record the images and a computer to edit the work. Through some robust programs color images can be transformed to black and white. Tom says......"I really enjoy doing color work but my real love is black and white and the atmosphere it creates. Through the magic of the computer I can have it all." Tom lives in Brattleboro , VT. He is very active in local photography groups and he exhibits his work in local venues.