- Electric City Giclée - copy
Electric City Giclée - copy
YES! I've talked about the industry of Hamilton a lot.
I devoted a whole piece to it!.
What you might NOT have known, is that Hamilton was once known as "The Electric City".
To celebrate that, I created this painting....and then these prints!
The imagery in this work is signage from:
The Bowlero Lanes Bowling Alley, The Tivoli Theatre, Hutch's on the Beach, The City Motor Hotel and Restaurant, Hendry's Shoes and The Millionaires Drive-Inn
This bad boy would look GREAT with one of the other SIX Hamilton prints I have!!
I think that is all you need to know, but please email if you have any other questions.
All three are rather gorgeous, and you should go visit them! (But not before you buy this print! ;-)
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!!