St. John Church - Print
Built in 1891 by German and Swiss immigrants, St. John Church was moved to Sam Houston Park in Houston, Texas in 1968. This painting was inspired by my first visit to the park grounds where I learned a bit about Houston's history while walking amongst the park's mature trees, ornate fountain and historic structures. I was drawn to this building in particular because of how the light and shadows danced along the exterior planks of this charming little chapel.
This giclee reproduction is printed on Moab Bright archival paper with an additional 1" border for easy matting. Sizes include: Small (8"x10"), Medium (12"x15"), and Large (16"x20").
Please use caution when deciding where to hang art. Direct sunlight can damage and fade artwork and print materials. One of the best ways to protect prints is to use museum glass in your frame. Not only will it protect your print, you'll have limited glare and the color will look spectacular.
While I do have some stock on hand, I use a professional third party to produce my giclee prints. I will notify you if there is a delay, but items should ship within 1-2 weeks.