“Antique” – Spray Paint on Canvas By Me….

Posted: October 8, 2013 in Art Work
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“Antique” – Spray Paint on Canvas By Me.  A tribute to the old Singer sewing machines.

Measures 20″ w x 16″ h

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"Antique" Ray Ferrer - 2013 20" x 16"

“Antique”
Ray Ferrer – 2013
20″ x 16″

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Comments
  1. Y. Prior says:

    I have an old Singer similar to this one – and did you know that the company has a new model out that replicates this black, vintage look – (just saw it in an ad) – anyhow, very cool piece!

  2. Beautiful artwork! I learned to sew on that machine.

  3. okieroy says:

    What a wonderful piece. This summer I inherited my great grandmother’s 1917 treadle and a 1923 electric. I have started refurbishing them and a few more since. They are beautiful machines, as you have captured in your work.

  4. Pls have an exhibition in phoenix !

  5. RMW says:

    I had one of these… really my mother’s… so I guess that makes me antique too! Beautiful image.

  6. saysie says:

    I love your work, especially this sewing machine piece. You are very talented!

  7. From an ink smeared page says:

    Classic machines!

  8. jser67 says:

    Had one just like that. I hope it’s holding up in the storage shed!

  9. I like this one. Great work of art. My mother used to have one of this but now we have a new one more performant. It’s always a pleasure reading and seeing your posts.

  10. honey says:

    Awww my Grandmas had one of those.

  11. gerriay says:

    awesome vintage

  12. oh reminds me of my neighbor who used to sew a lot using this machine 🙂

  13. Reblogged this on Big Girl Guide to the Blues and commented:
    My best friend would LOVE this.

  14. edi padmono says:

    when my clothes is torn, my mom sew it with this machine

  15. Great job, I love the old machines, This tone is soft with the right colors. I like it a lot.

  16. We had one of these (my dad likes antiques) and I used to use it to sew the thickest leather patches on my uber-cool jeans back in the day! It’s the only machine I ever used where the needle could withstand that. 🙂

  17. DCTdesigns says:

    Since I can only “LIKE” once I had to comment LOOOVE IT!

  18. linda says:

    Wow!! It looks so real….. Beautiful…….

  19. mrpipponders says:

    So many in the family made their living with one of these – nothing in the modern world can hold a candle to the old machines. Lovely work!

  20. aquene7 says:

    Reblogged this on stepping2yourdreams and commented:
    Totally love this had to reblog. One of loves art and photography have a special place for me. Ray you did do it justice:-)

  21. Harsha says:

    Wow..it is amazing…I just can’t take off my eyes from it.. 😀
    My Mom has one and it is still in work..

  22. Kumu says:

    Loved this one! Brought a lot of good memories back..

  23. aquene7 says:

    I luuuv that! My grandmother hand one! Memories:-)

  24. Temujin Sage says:

    I have this sewing machine.

  25. Being a seamstress, I must say I LOVE IT!!! ~SueBee

  26. Oh gosh, I still have that at home although I don’t think it’s working anymore. My mother used to sew with this. Not sure if it does qualify as an antique but anyhoo…nice job 🙂

  27. doug3367 says:

    Ray, check out my photo “hanging around”. Maybe the same old Singer sewing machine? Your image on canvas is really art – my image on my hard drive is just that – an image. Not much talent necessary to press a button, but it’s fun and keeps this old guy out of trouble. 🙂

  28. Ben Grange says:

    Ray, once I start earning money (aka, once I’m out of college), I am going to buy your artwork. This is beautiful.

  29. lulupoetrycorner says:

    That’s beautiful….I have one with gold lettering and it still works:)

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