Color Book Buildings and Man-Made Symbolism and Structures
Structures such as barns, churches, houses, factories, castles, carousels and windmills are frequent motifs that enhance the theme of the folk art design.
Common building structures depicted in folk art include barns, stores, covered bridges, churches, homes, schools and windmills.
Other types of man-made structures used in peasant art include carts, wagons and buggies, carousel merry-go-round amusement rides, farmer's plows and other farm equipment.
Folk and Peasant Man-Made Symbolism and Structures Theme Color Book Art
These structures of every-day life portray snapshots of the culture, craftsmanship, and architectural history of a family or clan and tell the stories of life in the tradition of the particular culture in which the designer or designers lived.