1935 Palace of Fine Arts Postcard Bingo Board

"New" Bingo Board - Palace of Fine Arts (side-view) Palace of Fine Arts Bingo Board - New "New" Bingo Board - Palace of Fine Arts

The Palace of Fine Arts was originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in order to exhibit works of art presented there. One of only a few surviving structures from the Exposition, it is the only one still situated on its original site. Walking around, picnicking at this park or attending the the events held inside is always fun.

My second collection of fun, whimsical souvenir plaques called Bingo Boards expand on the original vision of mixing playful art and function. This pink plaque has a vintage postcard picture of the Palace of Fine Arts, California State Tartan background and a copper hook for hanging keys, dog leash, etc..

We spend too much time looking for stuff. Now they have a home – Bingo = I found it!

California State Tartan Series is based on John Muir family clan Tartan:

Blue reflects the Sky, the Pacific, the Rivers & Mountains
Green reflects the Sierras, Fields, Forests & Parks
Red,Gold & Blue signify the Arts, Sciences & Industry of the people of State of California

Specifications:

Material: Sustainable bamboo plywood, Non-Toxic Paints

Overall size: 6″ wide x 8″ high and ½” thick

Wall hook included with each Bingo Board purchased (shown below)

Back of Bingo Bord Tartan Series Wall Hook Provided with each Bingo Board



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