Down East: Community Heritage Collection

Down East: Community Heritage Collection
Some paintings create a response that seems to be universal and speak to the hearts of what is Down East. A small number of these special images will be chosen per year to be part of the Community Heritage Collection. 
  • Each image is assigned to support a specific organization
  • Each image will only be available as a Community Heritage Collection piece for 6 months. 
  • Each image will be available in run of 25 or 50 reproductions depending on image. 
  • The #1 print is auctioned off with 100% of proceeds going to a specified organization
  • 10% of proceeding sales will be sent to the organization at the completion of 6-month only run. 
  • Each image is signed, numbered and includes a unique watercolor remark done by Tony.

Giclee printing is an exceptional printing process that utilizes archival, fade-resistant inks to produce a museum-quality reproduction of the original artwork.
Giclee prints, sometimes referred to as Iris prints, are works generated from high-resolution digital scans and provide beautiful, museum-quality images.
All images from the “Down East: Community Heritage Collection” series will be limited to only 50 or 25 (depending on image) giclee print reproductions.
All prints will be delivered with a signed Certificate of Authenticity and will be hand-numbered, signed, and stamped by Tony Alderman.