Fort Misery Sketched is a wall art print I created using a colored pencil sketching technique to create this look. This technique uses strong, but narrow diagonal lines with bright colors. (Click on the picture for a larger image)
Fort Misery is the oldest log building associated with the the territory of Arizona. Originally built in 1863-1864 along the banks of Granite Creek (two blocks south of the museum) by a trader as a home and store. It was disassembled and reassembled on the museum grounds of the Sharlot Hall Museum in 1934.
I offer this print personally signed by me in the size stated. This will be printed on Epson Premium Semi-matte Photo Paper. The paper is 10 ml in thickness, with 96% opacity and a 94 ISO brightness rating. The print is then hand cut, signed by me and packaged in a mailing tube for protection.
This art print is also available in the following galleries where my art is sold as various sized prints/posters, custom framed prints, wrapped canvas or on a variety of products: Imagekind Pixels fineartamerica Society6 Redbubble
Fort Misery Sketched
- Product Code: AR07UZ
- Availability: In Stock