Prints of both of Ron Cole's Masonic Temple paintings combined in one 6x7-inch acrylic free-standing display - signed and numbered by the artist.
One side of the display portrays the Masonic Temple after a Summer shower at sunset c. 1927.
The other side depicts the same building during Christmas of 1932.
Many people have had to decide between one version or the other; some preferred the Christmas print but considered its seasonal theme.
Now everyone may have both!
Anyone who lives in Zanesville, Ohio probably gets the joke in this piece without explanation. I've depicted a locally famous underpass, off of our also famous y-bridge, that has been...
Cropped close-up: The Look.