It's a dreary day in Charles Wysocki's picture CHECKING IN ON OLDE MARTHA'S VINEYARD.
"Years ago in a brisk late October, my wife and I made our first trip to New England, which included a pleasant ferry boat trip to Martha's Vineyard. Little did we know that the island had recently been under the siege of a hurricane, devastating much of its grandeur. Leafless trees, high winds and oncoming threatening skies framed the continuing script of our three days stay. It was wonderful. We happily swallowed up the gloom, tickled to travel the island, walking the streets and beaches under the constantly rolling dark clouds. It lent a mysteriously romantic aura to our vacation. We just love those dark windy moods of Mother Nature as well as her bright sunny ones. In the evenings after dinner, I settled in with Daphne du Maurier's 'Jamaica Inn,' which added extra atmosphere to my mind's attic and thoughts rose of someday recapturing this marvelous feeling on canvas. P.S. We never did have much use for umbrellas."
-- Charles Wysocki
This print is signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity and comes in an unframed image size of 33" x 16.5".
Get your copy of this great Americana print while there are still limited edition copies available!