How will we remember the 2016 blizzard? In January of that year, Washington DC turned into a little village. People came out on the streets to be present, to talk to each other and cheer on children sliding down impromptu tracks on snowed-over front lawns and church steps. And the snow fights! This print shows a bit of all that collective effervescence at Meridian Hill, where crowds gathered to witness the snow day, and the elegant Joan of Arc statue, the only equestrian statue of a woman in Washington D.C., watched over us all.
8" x 10", including 1/4" border for framing
11" x 14", including 1/4" border for framing
Open edition printed with professional archival inks on acid-free
100% cotton rag for long term durability (museum-quality giclée)
Stamped and signed on the back
Packaged in a protective sleeve with a sturdy backing board in a rigid kraft mailer