"Winter's Eve"
by Rod Chase

Chase returns to Washington, D.C. as the source of inspiration for his latest painting of the White House. "Collectors often ask if my Foundation of Freedom series is politically motivated, to which I reply 'no'. Although I actively follow what happens in Washington, these paintings are created out of a deep appreciation for our country and a fascination with her history and architecture. I am challenged by the idea of taking some of the most familiar buildings in America and presenting them with a fresh vision. Once the painting process begins, I am concerned mostly with 'how things look'. Can I capture the light reflecting off the moisture in the air? Does the snow look crunchy or soft? Are the tree limbs convincing? Is the architecture accurate? These are the things that concern me."  ~Rod Chase

Interesting facts:
George Washington chose the site for the White House in 1791.
James Hoban was selected as the architect.
John Adams became it's first occupant on November 1st in 1800.
EDITIONS:

H" x W"

Edition Size

Price

Print ~ Signed & Numbered

20" x 30"

500

$195

Print ~ Artist Proof

20" x 30"

50

$225

Canvas ~ Signed & Numbered

24" x 36"

500

$450

Canvas ~ Artist Proof

24" x 36"

50

$550

Giclee on Canvas ~Signed & Numbered

30" x 45"

150

$1,600

Giclee on Canvas ~ Artist Proof

30" x 45"

15

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