I finally had a chance to go back to the studio to pick up the prints I worked on before the Brooklyn Plague hit. These will be for sale at the upcoming 3rd Ward Handmade Holiday Craft Market on Saturday Dec 4 (tomorrow), as well as at Brooklyn Craft Central’s Holiday Market on December 18th!
Above is one of the prints of a Florence street lamp in the square at the Palazzo Pitti, and after the jump is the one of some archway lamps in the Palais Royal in Paris…
These prints are 2.5″ x 2.5″ on approx. 8″ x 10″ hand-torn sheets of heavyweight 100% cotton printmaking paper; numbered and signed in very limited editions.
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