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About the painting

I grew up in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, which features a large Amish population. Covered bridges are scattered throughout the region, and seeing one always gives me a sense of tradition and home. As the Lancaster Daily Intelligencer Journal wrote in 1954, the covered bridges are "one of the last remaining vestiges of the horse and buggy era." Thankfully, dozens of the well-constructed, long-lasting bridges are still in use.



This is a limited edition Giclee print from my original watercolor, “The Way Home.” Prints are printed on 100% Cotton Rag paper using pigmented dyes. These prints look exactly like the original and are expected to last a lifetime.

Prints come matted in white, unframed, and ready to be framed in a standard frame.


Helping a good cause

A portion of the proceeds from every sale of this print will be donated to Lancaster County Food Hub, which aims to help community members in need through food, clothing and shelter. The organization feeds nearly 100,000 people, on average, each year. For more information on Lancaster County Food Hub, click here.

"The Way Home" print

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