The Wetherburn Tavern wood print by Lois Bryan. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).
The beautiful Wetherburn Tavern is located on the main thoroughfare of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, Duke of Gloucester Street. Captured on a... more
The beautiful Wetherburn Tavern is located on the main thoroughfare of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, Duke of Gloucester Street. Captured on a cool April morning, we enjoy a quiet and peaceful vision and can imagine going back in time ourselves. The Wetherburn Tavern that we see today, unlike many of the structures in Williamsburg, is the original structure. It underwent renovations in the 1960s to bring it into conformance with its early appearance. At the time of the original owner, Henry Wetherburn's, death in 1760, an extensive and detailed inventory of the tavern and its contents was taken. This gave the restorers significant insight into tavern life in the mid 1700's and gave valuable information about the quality of service Wetherburn offered his customers and how the various rooms in the tavern were used.Fine art purchases of this image will not include a watermark, and if I may make a recommendation ... this image will look its very best on the fine art paper choice of...
About Lois Bryan
Welcome! I"m a photographer and digital artist living in the Mid-Atlantic area of the US.
Drawing and creating my own little sketchy worlds are some of my earliest memories. Life did what it does and the art fell away, but I reconnected when digital photography was introduced. I enjoy adding to my love of photography by tinkering with computer art programs including Photoshop, Corel Painter, Rebelle and others where there"s always something new to discover and learn. I also love working completely freehand with no photo reference involved. All of which is allowing me to circle back to a semblance of my days of sketching and painting traditionally.
All images, except those captured by my son, Rich Bryan, were captured and / or...