“Summer Cottage,” an 11-color screen-printed image, features the porch and balcony of a bright pink cottage glowing in the mid-day summer sun. The cottage depicted is located on Campbell Place in Bethany Beach.
“Summer cottages are where we go to rediscover who we are. This enchanting beauty is a reminder of all that is good at your favorite summer cottage, wherever it may be,” Sahler said.
The yART Sale is an annual Labor Day weekend event in Bethany. It will be open Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day at 33258 Kent Ave. The work of more than 20 artists will be featured.
The image, which was designed and hand-printed by Sahler, is 6.5 x 8 inches. There are 120 prints in the edition and it sells for $35 matted and $75 framed.
All serigraphs by Sahler are printed by hand in his Salisbury studio using Earth-friendly inks on acid-free paper.
Sahler, 45, is a Salisbury native who graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County with a bachelor’s degree in visual and performing arts. He has created commercial artwork for clients across the Eastern Shore since 1983, and his illustrations and cartoons appeared for more than 20 years in The (Salisbury, Md.) Daily Times.
Prints may also be purchased at Bishop’s Stock in Snow Hill, Delmarva Crossroads in Salisbury and Sundial Books in Chincoteague, or online at www.ErickSahler.com.