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Stall Framed Print featuring the mixed media Stalled II by Terry Rowe

The watermark in the lower right corner of the image will not appear on the final print.


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10.00" x 7.00"

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15.50" x 12.50"


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Stalled II Framed Print

Terry Rowe

by Terry Rowe


Product Details

Stalled II framed print by Terry Rowe.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

Design Details

Stall doors in an abandoned high school... more

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3 - 4 business days

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Stalled II Mixed Media by Terry Rowe

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Stalled Ii Art Print

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Stalled Ii Metal Print

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Stalled Ii Acrylic Print

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Stalled Ii Wood Print

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Stalled Ii Greeting Card

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Mixed Media Tags

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Ramon Martinez

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Tony Grider

Tony Grider

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Artist's Description

Stall doors in an abandoned high school

JW Cooper School, Shenandoah, PA

Quoted from Preservation PA's 2001 newsletter: Originally scheduled to open in 1918, the 3-story stone school building located at the intersection of North White and East Lloyd Streets in the center of the Borough of Shenandoah, was commandeered and used as a temporary hospital and morgue during the flu epidemic of 1918, when the local hospital was unable to accommodate the large number of victims. In May 1919 the building was dedicated as the new Shenandoah High School. It was later renamed the J.W. Cooper High School in memory of the school's first principal. The school remained in use until 1986 when it was replaced with a new facility.

Shenandoah was a coal mining community, which during the 1920s and 1930s has a population of 30,000 residents within its one square mile boundary, giving the borough the highest population per square mile of any municipality in the U.S. at that time. T...

About Terry Rowe

Terry Rowe

Terry Rowe has a lifetime of experience in the arts. She is a creative exploring photography, graphic design, stitchery, jewelry making, and sculpting. One of the original founders of the Del Ray Artisans in Alexandria, Virginia, she has been actively involved in the arts for over twenty years. She recently retired, after 41 years of service, as the Art Director, House Creative Services, Office of the Chief Administrative Officer, U.S. House of Representatives. In her photographs, Terry seeks to capture a moment, to give the viewer a glimpse of place and time that arrests the movement of life and allows one to savor what is there to be seen. She has a camera in her hands every day, and her favorite sound is the sweet click of the shutter...



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