Acid-free print of original watercolor. Unframed.
This painting, like so many commissioned pieces, has a lovely story. Nate Reynolds build this small outbuilding on his parent’s land as a refinery for maple syrup. Dubbed the “Sugar Shack”, he constructed it for his senior project, it was the first post-and beam-project of the school. Today, their school finished their 50th post-and-beam project. You might not be surprised to learn that today Nate runs a construction company and builds luxury homes in Steamboat Springs. But his sugar shack in Candia, NH is still used by his small Christian school in Candia, New Hampshire to refine maple syrup. I visited this sugar shack with the boys last winter, met the principle of Jesse Remington High School, took the reference photos and worked with Nate and his wife Kira to create this larger piece. I’ve included some pictures of their family touring my studio. I offer professional prints on watercolor paper as options to all my commissioners. Nate chose several print sizes for family gifts and auction pieces for JRHS. I’m holding the largest in the bottom photo so you can see the size. Nate has provided permission for you to purchase prints of the Sugar Shack.
$24.65 – $130.90