I am lucky enough to live in an area in the South that is rich in history. This beautiful plantation, Orton Plantation is about a 10 minute drive from where I live. Built in 1735, it has been been a military hospital, was attacked by Native Americans and once housed a colonial governor. Surrounded by immaculate gardens, Orton Plantation is a beautiful example of Southern antebellum architecture. I wanted to capture its timeless elegance with black India ink, nibs, and watercolors.

This is reproduced art print of my original painting, done in the style of mixed media.

If you are interested in an original of this, please contact me - just click on the 'Request a Custom Order' button underneath the image of my art.

This print has been created on genuine Canon Semi-Gloss paper. Designed for quality and durability, the Semi-Gloss paper’s texture combines the best aspects of glossy and matte photo papers; it also avoids some of their pitfalls including glossy paper’s reflective glare and matte paper’s sensitivity to fingerprints. This paper also features a satin finish with a 91% ISO brightness that gives the artwork rich visual quality.

Features of the Canon Semi-Gloss Paper:

Basis Weight: 260 gsm
Thickness: 10.2 mil
Brightness: 91%
Surface Finish: Semi-Gloss

This art print is available in various sizes; it’s just perfect enough to provide a pop of color or a cool focal point, whether sitting in a frame on a coffee table, above a desk, or in a collage of art hanging on a wall.

*Please note that this is a reproduction print of the original artwork.

*Please note concerning color variation - the colors you see on your monitor may differ slightly from those of the print due to variations in monitor settings.

*Artist retains all rights to reproduction of any images. All Artwork is Copyrighted by the artist and the right to reproduce artwork does not transfer with the sale of the artwork. All rights reserved.

*Frame and mat not included

Orton Plantation -Reproduced Print of Original Art ($8-$18)