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A Christmas Eve Delivery, by William Phillips,LIMITED EDITION CANVAS Edition Size:250
This is an image of the Fuquay Mineral Springs Inn and Garden, a Historic Landmark in Ashley's hometown of Fuquay-Varina. The artist stays here when he visits our gallery. We are very fortunate to have this hard-to-find image available at our shop. William Phillips is world-renowned for his aviation and landscape paintings. He paints a airplane into most of his landscape scenes. Can you find the airplane in "A Christmas Eve Delivery"? Christmas Eve Delivery is the third in William S. Phillips’ “Inns of Christmas Series,” having previously delighted his scores of loyal collectors with Christmas Eve at the Winchester Inn and Winter Visitors at the Kringle Hill Inn (right, both Sold Out at Publisher). This year, Phillips captures the spirit of the season with a heartwarming Christmas Eve tale.
“An unusual Christmas Eve snowstorm has descended upon North Carolina bringing holiday travel to a near standstill,” Phillips explains.“Highways and airports are closed, forcing travelers to find
shelter as the roads are cleared. For the fortunate family who has checked into the Fuquay Mineral Spring Inn and Garden, it will prove to be a most wonderful Christmas experience.The Inn’s gracious
owners, John and Patty Byrne, knowing their guests disappointment at not spending Christmas Eve with loved ones, have sent for a Christmas tree with all the trimmings to be delivered to their room.A young boy with his faithful friend has volunteered to provide the delivery service in his wagon. After an elegant Christmas Eve dinner and some eggnog and spiced cider with cookies by the fire, our stranded travelers will return to a room decorated with the cheerful glow of a very special Christmas Eve tree.”