Plymouth Print For Sale

November 7th, 2003 by Adam

The view of Plymouth as you drive north on I-93 is a favorite of
locals and visitors alike. Coming over the rise just north of
exit 24 generates a feeling of excitement — you’re
almost there.
Watercolor artist and illustrator Karel Hayes has captured both
the view and the emotion in “Coming Home.”

Public Relations commissioned the painting as a backdrop for a
story in the summer 2003 Plymouth Magazine. Now it is
being made available for purchase. Giclee prints of “Coming Home”
on watercolor paper are unframed and measure 10 x 22.5 inches.
Limited edition prints signed by the artist are $150 and unsigned
prints are $75. An order form in PDF format is available at order form.pdf . , or send an e-mail to

Hayes has participated in solo, juried and invitational
exhibitions throughout the United States. Her paintings have been
shown at the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, the Fine Arts
Center in Taos, New Mexico, and in New York City at the
Salmagundi Club, The Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, and the
National Arts Club. Locally, Hayes shows her artwork at
Surroundings Gallery in Sandwich, New Hampshire. Her drawings
have appeared in several magazines and she has illustrated 10

[Ed. note: The term giclee (pronounced zhee-clay) print typically
connotes a certain elevation in printmaking technology that
enables quality fine art reproductions. Images are high
resolution digital scans printed with archival quality inks onto
various substrates. The giclee process is reputed to provide better color accuracy than some other means of reproduction.]

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