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And Still She Weeps
Part of the World War II series of the Ghosts Project.
Limited Edition Giclee / No. in Edition: 10

And Still She Weeps

Pearl Harbor - The Arizona Memorial rises across the entombed ship below, cradling it and protecting its treasured cargo still resting on the ocean floor after 75 years. If you’re standing on the deck of the memorial, in the right spot, at the right time of day, you can witness an incredible sight. Tiny droplets of oil still leaking from the ship’s tank, slowly rise through the crystal aqua water, and spread out across the surface. If the sun is shining just right, you’ll see a constantly changing kaleidoscope of rainbows and patterns, in flux and dependent on the whims of a gently undulating ocean, to create a unique image. This phenomenon is known as the “Tears of the Arizona” and is the inspiration for “And Still She Weeps.”

Look closely, You can still see the sailors that sleep below.

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Large Giclee - 30" X 40"
Medium Giclee - 24" X 30"
Small Giclee - 16" X 20"
Large Poster - 24" X 30"
Small Poster
- 16" X 20"

All images are available in custom sizes. We can print a beautiful giclee on paper or canvas that will fit any size space. Just contact us for pricing. [What is a Giclee?]

Framed, Limited Edition Giclee printed on Ultra Smooth Fine Art Paper using Ultrachrome inks and finished with a UV protective coating. Print stability rated up to 300 years. All hanging hardware is included so that it arrives ready to hang.

Our posters are printed on Premium Fine Art Paper. These prints are rated to last over 100 years when framed under U.V. filtering glass. They are available in two sizes, 16"x20" and 24"x30". Custom sizes are available. Just contact us for pricing. Ships rolled in a tube.

All of our prints are custom ordered and shipped from our printing facility in San Jose, CA. and should arrive within two weeks of the order date. Sales tax is added to all California orders.

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NOTE: Due to variances in monitor displays, the printed image may differ from what you see on your computer.

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