Paoli Station (17)

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Paoli Station is at the end of Philadelphia's Main Line. I pass through it several times each year and usually have a couple of minutes waiting for my ride, to soak in and appreciate the age and textures of the wood used in its construction.

Built nearly a century ago, the walls and ceilings, exposed to all the elements, weather stoically and drop their paint in a litter of flakes. I adore the wood for the simplicity of its inevitability and the beauty of the exposed grains.

This painting is modeled on a photo I've taken looking directly upward into the ceiling beams. Think of it as a memorium.

Paoli Station (17)
  • This acrylic painting is executed on gallery-wrapped,acid-free cotton canvas.
  • dimensions are 18" x 27" x 3/4" thick.
  • gallery list price is $750
  • It is ready-to-hang with painted sides that make framing unnecessary.
  • It has been varnished with a coating for protection which also shields the colors from UV light.
  • Signed and dated on the back as well as the front, I will provide upon request, a letter of certification for gallery asking price.
  • note that colors will vary from monitor to monitor.

If you're interested in purchasing this artwork or have questions, click on the e-mail link below. Be sure to include the painting title in your query. Purchase arrangements can be made via PayPal, money order or certified check.

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©   lewis folden - 2007