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USS Stethem  DDG 63
(Nautical Chart Background-Japan with Mt Fugi in the background)

USS Stethem is the 13th ship of the DDG 51 Arleigh Burke-class Aegis Destroyer program and the sixth to be built by Ingalls Shipbuilding Division of Litton Industries in Pascagoula, Mississippi. Construction of Stethem began at Ingalls on May 18, 1992 and  commissioned on October 25,  1995. 

Art Prints: 1" border Signed & Numbered Giclee Print on angelica watercolor paper. Matted and ready for a standard size frame. 

  • Image Size 6" x 10"   $22.00
  • Image Size 7 1/2" x 11 3/4"   $28.00
  • Image Size 10" x 14"   $48.00
  • Image Size 11 1/2" x 16 1/2"   $68.00
  • Original: SOLD

 


Pumpkins at the Fair
 (Original: $500)         Signed & Numbered Giclee Prints

Farmers are quietly competitive and  there is one agricultural competition that is anything but calm – the tractor pulling contest.  Farmers began hitching their field tractors to weighted sleds and roared down a track to see who could pull it the farthest.  At first, the competitors pulled sleds that were loaded with a given weight.  But, what if you use giant pumpkins as depicted with this old Farmall tractor at a local country fair. Maybe the National Tractor Pullers Association will sanction this event?

  • Image Size 8 1/4" x 15" Mounted in a 16" x 20" Mat
  • $49.99
  • Image Size 5 3/4" x 103/8" Mounted in a 11" x 14" Mat $34.99

 


Crescent Park, Riverside, RI 1886-1979
Original: $300.00 

 The "Coney Island of New England" originated in 1886 under the foresight of Charles Boyden.  Charles I.D. Looff. Looff was commissioned to build the Carousel that would come to be the cornerstone of the park. In the early 1900's the park was bustling with patrons that were brought from trolleys and steamships from all over New England and New York. the Shore Dinner Hall was built in 1914. and in 1920 added  a roller rink and the "Alhambra Ballroom". The Park flourished  in the 1950s and  1960s.  On the night of September 2, 1969, the Alhambra Ballroom fell victim to a horrible fire. Unfortunally Crescent Park closed in 1979. The Carousel thru valiant efforts of local residents has been saved and is now operated by the Crescent Park Carousel Commission. Take a ride back to Riverside sometime. As soon as you hear the music and smell the popcorn, you will be transported back to  memories of Crescent park.

8"x10" Matted: $12.99  11"x14" Matted: $20     16"x20" Matted: $25     


The Towers and Coast Guard House, Narragansett, RI

The Towers, also known as the Tower entrance to the Narragansett Casino is a historic structure located on Ocean Road in Narragansett, Rhode Island. It is the only remnant of the Narragansett Pier Casino built in the 1880s. On November 25, 1969, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.. Beside the Towers is the  Coast Guard House is rich in history. Originally built as a life-saving station for the U.S. Coast Guard and in 1945 was transformed into a  restaurant.
Original: $299.00

Signed & Numbered Giclee Prints

Image Size 5 3/4  x 10 3/8 ".  Matted  ready to frame.  $30.00

Image Size 8 1/4" x 15" . Matted ready to frame   $45.00


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Art Prints: 1" border Signed & Numbered Giclee Print on angelica watercolor paper. Matted and ready for a standard size frame. 

  • Image Size 6" x 10"   $22.00
  • Image Size 7 1/2" x 11 3/4"   $28.00
  • Image Size 10" x 14"   $48.00
  • Image Size 11 1/2" x 16 1/2"   $68.00
  • Original: SOLD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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