The Horse Photo Nightlight frames have come out of development and into assembly just in time for the holidays.
- Great for kids room (and Adults too)
- Set on bedside table as a night light
- Includes a Jody L. Miller Photograph
- 3 different sizes avail 7.5 square unfinished plus 8 x 10 and 10 x 10 square finished walnut frame
- Rustic unfinished box 7.5 x 7.5 shown here
- Remote on/off, time and dimmer
- Batteries included
These make great gifts – especially for those horse photo lovers that are out of wall space.
The Horse photo nightlight story…
The Horse photo nightlights story started several years ago after a fantastic photo shoot in Florence, Oregon with Ashley Morgan Rhodes and her White Andalusian Stallion and Black Friesian Stallion. Watching Ashley with her horses galloping on the beach was something straight out of a movie or a storybook.
The idea was born to create a nightlight using a horse photo scene from this spectacular photo shoot and then accompany the horse photo nightlight with a children’s book about a young girl being empowered and living with her horses by the ocean. The book is still in the beginning stages but the horse photo night lights are now being tested for this holiday gift giving season!
Nightlight or a picture frame or both
The really unusual thing about these horse photo nightlights is they are not made of plastic or acrylic. When they are not illuminated, they sit atop a bookshelf or bedside table and fireplace mantle and appear to be a nicely framed horse photograph. When they are illuminated- the horse photo is enhanced. Most of the nightlight’s I researched on the web were exclusively just a nightlight and needed to be plugged in. The remote control makes it easy to sneak into your kids room and turn the frame off once they are asleep. It’s a versatile piece of artwork without taking up wall space.
To check availability on styles and sizes- please contact me directly via email.
These horse photo nightlights are not yet available in stores.
Jody Miller is a professional photographer specializing in Horse Photography, Equine Photography, and Equestrian photography. Her work can be viewed online here in her gallery section, and she is also featured at these Arizona Galleries: The Phippen Art Museum, Hart of AZ Gallery and Dragonfly Arts in Old Town Cottonwood and Coops Coffee House at Talking Rock Ranch. Van Gogh’s Ear Gallery in Prescott, Arizona