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Staunton Virginia Metal Print featuring the photograph Staunton Virginia - The Queen City - Art of the Small Town by Kerri Farley

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Staunton Virginia - The Queen City - Art of the Small Town Metal Print

Kerri Farley

by Kerri Farley

$76.00

Product Details

Staunton Virginia - The Queen City - Art of the Small Town metal print by Kerri Farley.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.

Design Details

In 1915, Staunton mayor Hampton Wayt addressed the Convention of the American Instructors of the Deaf. During his speech, he said, “I always speak... more

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Comments (31)

Art By ONYX

Art By ONYX

Americana!! Great texture, color!! L/F

Karen Cook

Karen Cook

What a great street scene!

Tru Waters

Tru Waters

Wonderful Image

Marta Kazmierska

Marta Kazmierska

Beautiful colors! L/F

Carol Japp

Carol Japp

Wonderful image! l/f/tw/g+

Belinda Greb

Belinda Greb

Beautiful! Love your processing!

Irena Kazatsker

Irena Kazatsker

Wonderful capture!

Terry Davis

Terry Davis

Lovely architectural work, Kerri!

Lisa Wooten

Lisa Wooten

Beautiful. L F G +

Art Gallery Bastet

Art Gallery Bastet

so lovely!LF

Joseph S Giacalone

Joseph S Giacalone

very good

Delphimages Photo Creations

Delphimages Photo Creations

Lovely !

Giuseppina Rizzi

Giuseppina Rizzi

very nice

Nicola Simeoni

Nicola Simeoni

Nice!

Valerie Dauce

Valerie Dauce

Great color for this very nice composition of a the small town-Staunton Virginia Kerri.

Keith Link

Keith Link

Beautiful photograph with painterly details, Kerri!

JOHN TELFER

JOHN TELFER

Kerri, Wonderful details and a great angle to capture all of the details LF

Debbie Oppermann

Debbie Oppermann

Terrific!

Amy Sorvillo

Amy Sorvillo

Wonderful street scene!

Karen Cook

Karen Cook

Great perspective as I look down the long street!

Kristin Brown

Kristin Brown

vibrant! lfgt

Terry Davis

Terry Davis

Lovely!

Kristina Rinell

Kristina Rinell

Beautiful work!

Artist's Description

"In 1915, Staunton mayor Hampton Wayt addressed the Convention of the American Instructors of the Deaf. During his speech, he said, “I always speak in a modest vein when I speak of Staunton, the Queen City of the Valley. It is called Staunton from the wife of a former governor of this State, who was a woman of queenly graces of mind and heart. It received its name of the Queen City of the Valley because at one time it was the county seat of the largest county in the world, larger than Germany or France, and even larger than most of the principalities of Europe.”

Source: History of Staunton
https://www.ci.staunton.va.us/government/history

About Kerri Farley

Kerri Farley

"To be an artist it is not necessary to make a living from our creations. Nor is it necessary to have work hanging in fine museums or the praise of critics. To be an artist it is necessary to live with our eyes wide open, to breathe in the colors of mountain and sky, to know the sound of leaves rustling, the smell of snow, the texture of bark. To be an artist is to notice every beautiful and tragic thing, to cry freely, to collect experience and shape it into forms that others can share." ― Jan Phillips Living with my eyes wide open and sharing my "sights" with you. I hope you enjoy! Follow me - On Twitter: https://twitter.com/KerriFar Facebook: http://goo.gl/5uJXqJ Blog: http://goo.gl/j6b1dp

 

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