Stop...Hammer Time - Giclée
HAMILTON - You know I love it!
...and YES.....the title is taken from an MC Hammer song!
This print is based on my original painting and is meant to mimic the 'Welcome to..." postcards from the 1950's.
I chose architecture I really liked...including; The Hamilton waterfront/skyline (with a nod to the steel mills), The Hamilton Tiger-Cats, The Pigott Building, The George R. Robinson Bandshell in Gage Park, City Hall, The proposed light rail on King Street, The first Tim Horton's and The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum
I hope you like my choices! :-)
A Giclée (pronounced "jhee-clay") is a sophisticated inkjet method of printing on acid free watercolor paper. These are produced for Rob by a professional Giclee Printer on an Epson printer with K3 pigment inks. Each is printed in 2 sizes, 16" x 20" ($90.00) and 8" x 10" ($35.00). These are small editions.....so you'll wanna get 'em while you can!! The imagery is 100% MINE, and is based on a portion of a previously painted original. The paper is high qualtity, acid and chlorine free 100% cotton rag paper. Which is NICE paper!
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