I originally planned this composition for the 4th of July, this year. In light of our current challenges, however, I thought it timely to create a piece of art that depicts our victory at the end of World War II as an applicable celebration of our Zanesville spirit. I think it's perfectly appropriate to compare these two wars against evil, and our ultimate victories, thanks in large part to our military, first responders, and our small-town Midwestern teamwork and personal sacrifice. Zanesville spirit!
Each open framed piece is Giclee printed on matte canvas, and framed as shown. Ready to hang, and each signed and numbered.
Rolled prints are available in a variety of sizes and on a variety of materials, each signed and numbered.
Every piece is made here in our Zanesville studio, by myself and by my partner, Erin Elizabeth. We happily and safely ship to your doorstep. We may arrange curbside pickup at our downtown gallery on 4th Street, by appointment. Call 740.319.9211 to set up a day and time.
My popular Santa's Y-Bridge Incident, as well as my other local pieces, are also still available in a variety of sizes.
- Ron Cole
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