Samples of Framed Images
Ruins of St. Mary's $675
The Abbey of St Mary in York, England, is a ruined Benedictine abbey that lies in what are now the Yorkshire Museum Gardens, to the west of York Minster.
Old Cove Fort $595
Old Cove Fort is located in Southern Utah. It was founded in 1867 and is built from volcanic rock and limestone, both quarried from the nearby mountains. The fort provided a way station for travelers along the Mormon Corridor. The fort is a square, 100 feet on each side with 18 foot walls and twelve interior rooms. It was closed in the late 1890’s and restored in 1989.
Framed in a beautiful antique frame from the late 1920's featuring hand blown curved glass.
Winchester Cathedral - $795
Winchester Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Diocese of Winchester, which is part of the Church of England. This Cathedral Church, so named because it houses the throne (or ‘cathedra’) of the Bishop of Winchester, has its origins in the seventh century, when a Christian Church was first built on the site. Begun in 1079 in the Romanesque style, this Cathedral is at the heart of Alfred's Wessex and a diocese which once stretched from London's Thames to the Channel Islands.
Cyclone, Coney Island - $495
The Cyclone roller coaster, located at Coney Island in Brooklyn, New York, was built in 1927 and is one of the oldest wooden coasters in the United States still in operation. Popular with roller coaster aficionados, the Cyclone includes an eighty-five foot, sixty degree drop. The image is inked with a Custom Mix Violet Ink.
Sinclair Station, Elberta Utah, $575
Sinclair Station is located in the small town of Elberta, Utah. The town was founded as “Mt. Nebo”. It was purchased by Mr. Matthew B. Whitney of New York in 1907 and renamed “Elberta” after the peach.
From its founding by Harry F. Sinclair in 1914, Sinclair has grown to become one of the largest and most respected oil companies in the United States.
Salt Lake Temple, South - $650
The Salt Lake Temple is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Building began in 1853 and the Temple was completed in 1893. The exterior is made from Quartz Monzonite, quarried from Little Cottonwood Canyon, 20 miles southeast of Salt Lake City. Rich symbolism adorns the exterior of the Salt Lake Temple, depicting mankind's journey from mortality into the eternal realms. Six-spire design is suggestive of Gothic and other classical styles but the design is unique, distinctive, and symbolic.