New Hope, Pa

Delaware River Scene in New Hope Pennsylvania by Rick BlackA quaint, picturesque town in Bucks County on the Delaware River, New Hope has been a hub for artists and writers for many years.

At the turn of the 20th century, William L. Lathrop and Edward Redfield founded an artist colony here, which attracted other painters who enjoyed coming to Bucks County to get away from the city. These included George Sotter, Daniel Garber and Fern Coppedge. The area also was a popular gay resort in the 1950s and today still have a large gay community. Historically, New Hope has been a popular spot to test and fine tune Broadway plays and musical productions.

With his artistic eye, Rick Black has captured the spirit of New Hope in his digital art. After taking a series of photographs, he works on each one by applying various digital filters that saturate color and intensify the emotional impact, thereby turning it into a digital painting that can be reproduced in a number of sizes and in various ways. Often, he will zero in on a particular part of a photo that resonates for him. To get a closer look, please click on the images below of the Delaware River, the¬† Bucks County Playhouse, Farley’s Bookshop and many others.

All of our prints are made on an Epson Stylus Photo R2400 Gicleé printer using the finest archival, fade-resistant pigment inks and acid free papers that have been tested to last for at least 100 years, depending upon framing and exhibition conditions. All of these prints are made on Epson premium photo glossy paper.

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