As a native of the Washington D.C. area, I have to say that one of my favorite views is that of the Georgetown skyline. There is something so peaceful and serene about the neighborhood as it sits nestled high above the Potomac River. Georgetown itself is a wonderful place to visit, with great history, restaurants, shopping, and the University. I highly recommend visiting the Dahlgren Chapel as well as Healey Hall (note the clock tower in the skyline). Make sure to bring your walking shoes, though, as some of the hills make a great workout!This painting above is a 24" x 36" original oil on canvas. In many ways it was the most detailed painting I have ever created. I had no idea how many buildings fit into the skyline, the diversity of the architecture, as well as the various colors that make up Georgetown. It was truly a wonderful challenge to create!
Size: 12"x18"Giclée prints are produced on acid-free, archival heavy weight matte paper. The quality of materials used ensures that the print will not fade or yellow over time. This is an open edition print, and is signed by myself, the artist, and comes in standard frame sizes so it can be set in a ready made frame from your local arts and crafts store.
Embellished Giclée on Canvas
Size: 16x24, Limited Edition (25 produced)Limited edition embellished giclées are printed on stretched canvas which is then embellished with fine oil paint by myself, the artist, creating a unique piece of art. Embellished giclées provide a look most similar to an original painting and are typically framed without glass.
Giclées on Fine Art Paper with Certificate of Authenticity are shipped within 1-2 business days.
Embellished Giclées with Certificate of Authenticity are shipped within 5-7 business days.
While I hope that you love the product, I understand that sometimes things aren't a fit, so returns are allowed for intact product. Shipping costs for a return will be incurred by the buyer. If you receive a damaged product, I would be more than happy to replace the product at no charge, but do ask for pictures of the damage if possible for insurance purposes.