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Flock of chickadees land in dining room

05/14/2014
The Chickadee Room in the NickMoore Hotel.

The Chickadee Room in the NickMoore Hotel.

The tiny but tough black-capped chickadee is the Maine state bird so Jen and I created a tribute to the friendly birds on the ketchup colored walls of our Ohio Street dining room.

Which one is your favorite?

We have eight black-capped chickadee photos, paintings and prints in our collection. The art is a combination of thrift store finds, simple greeting cards and work made by real artists.

See if you can match the chickadee to the place of purchase.

Each work of art is featured below with a corresponding number. Match the photo number to the correct  letter describing the place of purchase and win a Jen’s Pizza served in the Chickadee Room of the NickMoore Hotel.

A) Thrift store, Brewer, Me.

B) Fundraiser auction for Marcy Elementary School in Minneapolis, Mn.

C) Thrift store, St. Paul, Mn.

D) Purchased from the artist Common Ground Fair, Unity, Me.

E) Thrift store, Maplewood, Mn

F) Thrift store, Ellsworth, Me

G) Farnsworth Museum, Rockland, Me.

H) Decorum gift shop, Iowa City. Ia.

(click on an image for close-up view)

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3 Comments
  1. Tim Fischer permalink

    Hi Mark,
    I think my favorite is #3 or #6… can’t decide…
    A) Thrift store, Brewer, Me. – 2
    B) Fundraiser auction for Marcy Elementary School in Minneapolis, Mn. – 6
    C) Thrift store, St. Paul, Mn. – 3
    D) Purchased from the artist Common Ground Fair, Unity, Me. – 7
    E) Thrift store, Maplewood, Mn – 5
    F) Thrift store, Ellsworth, Me – 1
    G) Farnsworth Museum, Rockland, Me. – 4
    H) Decorum gift shop, Iowa City. Ia. – 8
    Thanks!
    Fish

  2. Tim Fischer permalink

    Rats! I was really looking forward to that pizza…

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