STITCHED PORTRUSH KERR STREET Giclée Print
This Stitched Portrush Kerr Street print is a museum quality, fine art giclée reproduction featuring Kerr Street - one of Portrush's oldest streets, as viewed from the north pier of Portrush harbour. Kerr Street runs from Station Square down to the harbour and was named after Lord Mark Kerr, a vice admiral in the navy whose wife inherited the town during the 18th century.
Frankie's original artwork was composed of pen and ink together with hand and free machine stitching and forms part of her contemporary series.
Stitched Portrush Kerr Street giclée print is available unframed or framed in a glazed white wooden handcrafted frame. Unframed prints are carefully rolled into a protective postal tube or presented in cellophane wrap.
- Museum quality, fine art giclée print of an original pen, ink and stitched artwork.
- Printed on heavyweight cotton rag paper using archival inks.
- Artist's postcard included.
- Signed by Frankie Creith.
- Square Unframed 50cm x 50cm
- Square Framed 53cm x 53cm x 4.5cm