Saturday, August 20, 2016

Codorus Furnace Prints Available

Relative to my earlier post, Iron Furnaces and Cryptids, I have made my drawing of York County's Codorus Furnace into a limited edition print.

Codorus Furnace is a historic iron forge which pre-dates the Revolutionary War. Cannons, cannon balls, grapeshot, and other implements of war were made at this furnace for both the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. It was, at one time, owned by James Smith, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.

Codorus Furnace also happens to sit right at the end ofToad Road (actually pre-1945 it was ON Toad Road - Furnace Road ended at Toad Road). This and much more is detailed in Beyond the Seventh Gate.

The print is available in two versions... color:

and black and white:

Each version is in a limited edition of 20 copies, printed on heavy linen paper, signed and numbered by the artist. You can get a print (or both prints) via Dark Holler Arts

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