This piece shows two significant Nashville buildings: the Ryman Auditorium and the “Batman” building. I love music and discovering new bands whose songs connect with me emotionally. Then it is a whole other experience being able to see those bands or artists perform live. Not only is the Ryman Auditorium significant to the history of Music City, but I have a special connection to it because I have been able to see some of my favorite musicians, whose songs have been influential in my life, play there. Then there’s the “Batman” building. This iconic part of the Nashville skyline is significant because it is part of my childhood memories as well as my current life. I remember driving through or near downtown with my family and getting excited about seeing the Batman building. Now as a young adult living in the city, I see it on a daily basis and so it has taken on a new meaning as I am continuing to live life here.
Giclee printing is the process of using fade-resistant, archival inks from an inkjet printer to create a reproduction of an original piece of art. This giclee print is printed from a high resolution scan of the original drawing. The print is 9 x 12 inches with a 1 inch border all the way around and is printed on 190 gsm fine art paper. Each print is hand signed. Print is unframed. Price includes shipping within the U.S.
The regular print is also printed from a high resolution scan of the original onto 80 lb card stock paper. Sizes are 9 x 12 inches and 5 x 7 inches. Frame in photo is not included. Print is hand signed on the back. Price includes shipping within the U.S. Image 2 in gallery.