IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR ME THIS WEEKEND, JUNE 16-17, I will be at Eastern Market on Capitol Hill from 9 am to 4 pm both days, weather permitting. My stall is on the Plaza at the North Carolina Avenue & 7th Street end of the Market building. Feel free to call or text me at 202-390-9069 to make sure I’m there, especially if the weather seems iffy.
Eastern Market is DC’s longest operating public market, dating to the city’s founding in 1790. Early city planners Thomas Jefferson and Pierre L’Enfant situated large markets in each of the District’s quadrants. The original Eastern Market was located next to the Navy Yard on Capitol Hill. It moved to its present location in 1873. Eastern Market proudly reflects our city’s diverse culture, where people of all colors, ages, and beliefs come to shop and mingle.
Need to pick up a piece you’ve already seen but can’t come by on a Market day? I work from my home in Adams Morgan. If you want to pick something up during the week, send me a text at 202-390-9069 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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WHAT DOES DC LOOK LIKE? The squat red building that is Ben’s Chili Bowl? The White House? Frederick Douglass’s house? The arches of Key Bridge, or the marshes of the Anacostia? I sell more than 100 views and maps of the city as matted prints, ranging in size from 8″x10 to 16″x20″ for $15 to $45 each.
Limited-edition prints, published by Old Town Editions of Alexandria, include maps of Rock Creek Park, the Potomac River Gorge, and the Neighborhoods of Washington, D.C. Also available as a limited-edition print: the D.C. Cherry Blossoms Kimono.
These numbered, signed pieces are produced on state-of-the-art large-format printers with archival inks and paper that won’t yellow or fade for decades. They possess all the subtleties of color and tone of the original watercolors. May limited-edition prints are priced from $150 to $475 and come either framed or unframed.
Want to see how I created my MAP OF THE NATIONAL MALL, HAINS POINT, SOUTHWEST, AND PARTS OF DOWNTOWN AND FOGGY BOTTOM? Go to the Maps Gallery to see how it progressed over several months.