Hamilton: Industry and Innovation Giclée
You love Hamilton? Me too!
This time I am celebrating the history and innovation of The Ambitious City.
There is a long history of Industry that is important to Hamilton.....
Here I have noted The Imperial Cotton Company (which is now "The Cotton Factory") the Woodward Ave Methane "Globe", A steel mill and also featured the iconic TH&B train!
This print, as always, is based on my original painting!
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!
For any further questions - just end me a note - I'd love to hear from you!!