Holiday Gift Idea #2
GIVE THE GIFT OF FINE ART + CONTRIBUTE TO THE ALICE CRAWLEY ENDOWMENT FUND
Based on the original pen and ink drawing by Alice Crawley
This print, entitled Stilt City, was created based on an original pen and ink drawing by my mother, Alice Crawley, circa 1972. The drawing was used as the cover for the fourth edition of Twelve Mile Creek magazine, a magazine of art and literature edited by Alice that served as a forum for local, national, and international artists and writers.
Note from John Crawley about the Stilt City print:
Alice was the matriarch of Niagara’s artists, with a career beginning in the 1950s and continuing until her death in 2011. She was one of the founding members of the Niagara Artists Co-operative, now the Niagara Artists Centre, along with Dennis Tourbin, John Moffat, and John B. Boyle.
My wife Gaby and I have made the decision to share this work with the help of the Niagara Artists Centre. We commissioned NAC printmakers Stephen Remus, David Legge, and Natasha Pedros to create a limited edition of fifty hand-screened prints on Arches watercolour paper depicting this view of downtown that has since disappeared, but more importantly, to create a legacy for my mom. We are offering this print for sale with all proceeds donated to the Alice Crawley Endowment, a fund held by the Niagara Community Foundation that will support exhibit fees for women artists showing at the Niagara Artists Centre.
Each numbered edition of the print is offered for sale at the price of $400+hst (unframed). They are available at NAC Thursday and Friday 12NN to 5PM and Saturday 12NN to 4PM this week.
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