Shore House || digital watercolor, architectural painting --Print
Shore House, is a digital painting I made of a sweet house new the shore. This architecture is becoming rare and fleeting as old houses are being torn down and replaced with larger modern houses. I love how the trees frame the subject, the details of the umbrellas, and clothes line- a place that is loved and holds a history and stories with its walls.
This print is part of a new series of smaller 8x8” prints.
Arrives in plastic and backed with cardboard.
All work is shipped within 2-3 days of purchase. Your order will be packaged in a plastic sleeve with a cardboard backing and sent in a padded envelope. Each piece of work is signed by me, the artist.
About me: I am a Maine based artist. I illustrate for many publications, including the New York Times and Taproot magazine, but most notably I recently painted a modern version of Rosie the Riveter for the Women's march cover of The New Yorker.
See more of my work:
www.Gray Day Shop.com