Cleveland Cultural Gardens Prints
Cleveland's cultural Gardens were designed to be the ultimate expression of the value of culture to the public in an increasingly industrialized world. The World and Cleveland's richest man John D. Rockefeller donated the land for the Gardens and the park that bears his name in 1896 to celebrate Cleveland's first Centennial. In 1916 a man named Leo Weidenthal, publisher of the Jewish Independent weekly newspaper conceived the idea of a chain of gardens that would represent the many cultures of the world and Cleveland. Starting with just two gardens in 1916 the gardens greatly expanded to 15 thanks to the Works Progress Administration during the great depression. The total number of Gardens is now 27 and counting.
I wanted to capture the feeling of the Rockefeller Park setting as a green oasis in this urban landscape. The fountain and trees of the irish garden echos and compliments the arched bridge of Superior avenue perfectly.
Unframed giclee print produced in a limited edition of 100 for each size and signed by Jon C. Lund on Epson heavyweight paper. Standard size 16 x 24 and 24 x 36 frames are available from Craig frames at Wayfair.com.
All framed pieces are finished using Artshield UV protective coating. It's safer, much lighter and there is no glare or glass between you and the image.
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