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Artist:
  James Redding
Title:
  Lake Afton
Media:
  Signed and Numbered Offset Lithogragh
Image Size:
  18 X 18
Price:
  $95.00

Lake Afton Library - Built in 1879, “The Yardley Library”, as it is affectionately known by the locals, has always been the focal point of this small colonial town. In the spring and summer, the Library that sets beside the calm waters of Lake Afton, attracts many fisherman both young and old . On chilly winter days many congregate in the heart of the town to skate in the shadows of the old library. (See William Doubles "Skater") All year round visitors enjoy the ducks that have taken up residence next to the old library. Plans to demolish the old library to allow construction of a new bridge that was to replace the one washed away in the flood of ’55 met with strong community opposition. The Scudders Falls Bridge was built instead, and an important part of the history of the town was preserved. The building remained in use as a library until 1977. It’s book collection was subsequently moved to the Lower Makefield Municipal Complex. The library that served the community for almost 100 years is now the home of the Yardley Historical Association.

 

Artist:
  James Redding
Title:
  Covered Bridge (The)
Media:
  Signed and Numbered Offset Lithogragh
Image Size:
  11 X 15
Price:
  $100.00

Covered Bridge (The) - The Pine Valley covered bridge is one of 12 remaining covered bridges in Bucks County. The leaves are just beginning to show signs of turning in this quiet rural scene of a weathered old covered bridge.

This fine art reproduction is offered in an edition size of 750. Size 11 X 15

Artist:
  James Redding
Title:
  Schoefield Covered Bridge
Media:
  Signed and Numbered Offset Lithogragh
Image Size:
  17 1/2 X 25
Price:
  $125.00

Schofield Ford Covered Bridge - The Schofield Ford Covered Bridge originally built in 1873 by contractor George L. Mahon, was long a dearly loved landmark in rural Bucks County, PA. In 1991 vandals set fire to the 117 year old bridge which spans the Neshaminy Creek in Tyler State Park.

Local politicians, religious, community and business leaders joined school children, 4 H and others to raise the nearly $350,000.00 for the project to restore the 170 ft. long bridge. Every effort was made to make the new bridge as authentic as the original. The 6 year effort to rebuild the County's 12th covered bridge officially ended with a dedication ceremony in September 1997.

This fine art reproduction is offered in an edition size of 450 signed and numbered prints with 45 Artist Proofs Size 17 1/4 X 25

Artist:
  James Redding
Title:
  Bowman's Tower
Media:
  Signed and Numbered Offset Lithogragh
Image Size:
  17 X 12
Price:
  $95.00
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Bowman's Hill Tower - A one hundred and ten foot observation tower built in 1930 to commemorate the lookout of the American Revolution, "The Tower" has become a well known & loved landmark in Bucks County, PA. The Tower offers a panoramic view of the Delaware River & surrounding countryside.

This fine art reproduction is offered in an edition size of 450 signed and numbered prints with 45 Artist Proofs Size 17 X 12

Authorized Fred Bees Gicleés

Artist:
  Fred Bees
Item #:
  1004
Title:
  "The Old Chapel" - Autumn
Giclee
  $65.00 (Image Size 11 X 15)
Framed
  $165.00 (18 X 22)
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Artist:
  Fred Bees
Item #:
  1003
Title:
  "West Church Street"
Giclee
  $65.00 (Image Size 11 X 15)
Framed
  $165.00 (18 X 22)
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Artist:
  Fred Bees
Item #:
  3001
Title:
  "The Waterworks"
Giclee
  $65.00 (Image Size 15 X 11)
Framed
  $165.00 (22 X 18)
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Artist:
  Fred Bees
Item #:
  3300
Title:
  "Haupt's Covered Bridge
Giclee
  $65.00 (Image Size 11 X 15)
Framed
  $165.00 (18 X 22)
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Artist:
  Fred Bees
Item #:
  5001
Title:
  "Back Bay"
Giclee
  $65.00 (Image Size 11 X 15)
Framed
  $165.00 (18 X 22)
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What Is A Gicleé ?

A gicleeé (zhee-CLAY) is an individually produced, high-resolution, high-fidelity reproduction. Gicleeés can be produced on any number of media, from canvas to watercolor paper to transparent acetates. Some artists have begun to work directly with this new printing process.

Gicleeés are superior to traditional lithography in several ways. The colors are brighter, last longer, and are so high-resolution that they are virtually continuous tone, rather than tiny dots. The range, or "gamut" of color for gicleeés is far beyond that of lithography. Lithography uses tiny dots of four colors--cyan, magenta, yellow and black--to fool the eye into seeing various hues and shades. Colors are "created" by printing different size dots of these four colors. Gicleeés use technology that sprays ink onto the page, actually mixing the inks on the page to create true colors.

Artist:
  William Double
Title:
  Skater
Media:
  Offset Lithogragh from Pen & Ink Drawing
Size:
  18 X 16
Price
  $30.00
Framed
  $125.00 (23 X 21)
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These Pressed Flower and Watercolor Designs are avaliable in these 3 Styles
 
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"Fletcher"
"Bouquet"
 
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What Is A Giclee' ?

A giclee (zhee-CLAY) is an individually produced, high-resolution, high-fidelity reproduction. Giclees can be produced on any number of media, from canvas to watercolor paper to transparent acetates. Some artists have begun to work directly with this new printing process.

Giclees are superior to traditional lithography in several ways. The colors are brighter, last longer, and are so high-resolution that they are virtually continuous tone, rather than tiny dots. The range, or "gamut" of color for giclees is far beyond that of lithography. Lithography uses tiny dots of four colors--cyan, magenta, yellow and black--to fool the eye into seeing various hues and shades. Colors are "created" by printing different size dots of these four colors. Giclees use technology that sprays ink onto the page, actually mixing the inks on the page to create true colors.

 

 

 

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From the Newtown Bypass straight up Swamp Rd.
Red Star on Old Wilkinson Rd in Rushland
From Almshouse to Rushland to Old Wilkinson Rd.
 
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