Rhode Island 350th Screen Prints as Wall Decor
RE: RI 350th Celebration Wall Art Series
Thanks to so many who over the years have purchased one or more of these screen printed posters-- this was a very gratifying undertaking.
Many hundreds sold since market introduction. Back in 1986, the State of Rhode Island celebrated its 350th anniversary. I was fortunate to have produced a series of five screen-printed serigraphs about the State on the occasion of this celebration. Here they are:
- RI Ships-- AVAILABLE
- RI Quahog-- AVAILABLE
- RI Red-- FEW LEFT
- RI Smudge-- SOLD OUT
- RI Beach-- SOLD OUT
Stock: Each screen-printed image is printed on high-quality cover stock in a variety of colors:
Size: 2' x 3' print
Options: a) Poster only b) Poster framed in a thin, silver-colored frame with acrylic, not glass. We are not offering the poster matted.
This series was and remains popular in the State of Rhode Island. Many private citizens, corporations and non-profits purchased one or more of the series, in many cases, the whole collection. Please be aware:
- RI Smudge was the first of the series to sell out. This poster was not reprinted. (The buyer at the airport gift shop refused to hang the poster because it 'insulted the State of RI,' which of course was way off base!)
- The RI Beach poster has sold out two printings and will not likely be printed again. This poster later generated the whole family of Beach Poster™ images you see on this website
- The RI Red poster was produced in two color combinations, the first having been gray and an orange-red. This series has sold out. There are not many of the magenta/blue versions available at this point. First come, first serve. We will not reprint this poster.
- The RI Quahog and Ships screen printed posters exist in small numbers. Again, first come, first served. When these are depleted, sold entirely, that will be it. We do not expect to reprint.
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Thank you for your interest in this work and for your continued enthusiasm for the theme and imagery.
"Quahog," screen print designed by Delany Design Group's Catherine McGuinness
"Smudge," screen print designed by George Delany, no longer available