The Old Rock Church – Giclee Print

Giclee Print from an Original Watercolor Painting of the Old Rock Church in Cedar City Utah

About this Item

Built in the 1930’s by local volunteers The Rock Church is perhaps one of the most familiar buildings in Cedar City. Although the architecture appears European, all the materials used to build it are local including a variety of colored rock found nearby. It is still used today as place of worship but is also open for visitors as a museum.”Cedar City Rock Church” is reproduced from an original watercolor painting by Roland Lee. Using today’s latest Giclee printing technology, each print is individually created using archival inks on acid-free archival paper. Giclee prints have a projected life span of 80 to 200 years when kept from direct sunlight and should provide enjoyment for generations. Each image is individually printed on order, then hand-inspected, signed and numbered by the artist. Because of this care, we need about two weeks from the time you place your order until we can ship the artwork. For protection during shipping, all prints are sent rolled in a sturdy mailing tube.

$200.00

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