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Ancient Aging Acrylic Print featuring the photograph Ancient Aging by William Fields

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Ancient Aging Acrylic Print

William Fields

by William Fields

$174.00

Product Details

Ancient Aging acrylic print by William Fields.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

This scene is in the aging cellars at Stone Hill Winery in Hermann, Missouri. Nestled among the rolling hillsides of the Missouri River, in a... more

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Acrylic Print Tags

acrylic prints wine cellar wine barrels aging barrels hermann missouri stone hill winery building buildings architecture structure manmade evidence based peaceful healing hdr high dynamic range

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photographs wine cellar wine barrels aging barrels hermann missouri stone hill winery building buildings architecture structure manmade evidence based peaceful healing hdr high dynamic range

Comments (9)

Charlie and Norma Brock

Charlie and Norma Brock

Another of my favorite subjects.. Well done William.. V,F Charlie

William Fields replied:

Charlie, thanks so much!

Eunice Miller

Eunice Miller

f/v What a beautiful shot of a winery all of that goodness sealed in those barrels

William Fields replied:

Thanks Eunice, appreciate your support. You should visit Hermann and sample the wines first hand!

Joan Carroll

Joan Carroll

very cool! v/f

William Fields replied:

thanks Joan!

Mary Machare

Mary Machare

Love the atmosphere created by the lights over the curved ceiling and your processing. I think I would like to sample some of the wine! vf &fb

William Fields replied:

Mary, thanks very much. You could visit or as an alternative, they ship. Let me know if you like and I'll get the ordering info for you.

Elizabeth Briggs

Elizabeth Briggs

very nice! v

William Fields replied:

Thank you Elizabeth!

Barbara McMahon

Barbara McMahon

Great capture William of this awesome winery! v

William Fields replied:

Barbara, thanks very much!

Artist's Description

This scene is in the aging cellars at Stone Hill Winery in Hermann, Missouri. Nestled among the rolling hillsides of the Missouri River, in a countryside reminiscent of Germany's Rhine Valley, is the little town of Hermann. Perched prominently on one of these hills, with a commanding view of the village, is Stone Hill Winery. Established in 1847, Stone Hill grew to be the second largest winery in the United States. The wines were world renowned, winning gold medals in eight world's fairs, including Vienna in 1873 and Philadelphia in 1876. By the turn of the century, the winery was shipping 1,250,000 gallons of wine per year. "Unfortunately, the advent of Prohibition in 1920 destroyed the wine industry in Missouri, and the winery's spectacular arched, underground cellars, the largest series of vaulted cellars in America, were used for growing mushrooms." In 1965, with their four small children in tow, Jim and Betty Held bought the winery and began the long process of restoring its pict...

About William Fields

William Fields

William Fields, Artist Two Soaring Hearts, LLC www.william-fields.artistwebsites.com P.O. Box 293 Hermann, MO 65041 phone: 573.486.5252 or 314.578.5767 http://www.williamfieldsartphoto.com/develop/ Art is my passion. I try to put everything I have learned from every great teacher and through every mistake I have made into each and every piece with as much passion as I have for art and for life itself. Artists have been accused of being self aggrandizing, long winded, name droppers. I hate it when the critics get it right! In an attempt to diffuse those kinds of accusations, regardless of how accurate they may be, I am writing this statement today. Each picture I make begins with a germ of an idea. I visualize how I...

 

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