When you order from Painted Peace you are buying directly from artist Stephanie Burgess and that's me ! I appreciate your business! These weather-hardy durable products will bring years of enjoyment to your home. Unrivaled quality! I strive for high end customer service and your business helps support me as an artist so that I can keep creating. Thank you!
Stephanie Burgess is the first artist to really introduce the concept of the Art Pole! While originally done on wood, she's taken it a step further reproducing them on ultra-durable, maintenance-free PVC. The poles are laminated for fade resistance and extremely durable for inclement weather year round. Imagine color in your garden during a winter snow! Poles come with all the necessary hardware for a ten minute installation and no tools are required. Not even a shovel. A simple twist of an auger in the ground which the poles slips over and you ready to enjoy. Smaller poles are even easier to install. They simply slip over a mounting stake.
Reproduced on vinyl wrapped PVC (looks like real wood).
If you are ordering multiple items, especially a combination of various sizes and weights....my store can get 'confused' LOL. I always check shipping charges and if you are overcharged accidentally, I will reimburse you once receiving your order to the method of payment you have used! Without asking! Do not hesitate to contact me directly if you have questions about your order or charges. I actually answer the phone :) Steph @ 360-920-3064
Also, IF THIS IS A GIFT and you would like a personal note to be included in your package, please add what you would like it to say in the "notes" section and I would be happy to enclose it for you. If you would like a more formal card, just choose the option "WITH CARD". Please add what you would like it to say, or if you'd like us to leave it blank, in the "notes" section and I'll include it when sending the pole :) There are a couple options shown in the pictures of each pole.
Click on smaller images to the left of main image and use arrow pointing down to scroll thru various pictures of this pole. If you click on the large main image, it will show that shot larger. There is also a flattened out image of the art only, showing you all four sides of the pole :)