San Diego's Balboa Park - Fine Art

Regular price Sale price $25.00
In 1868, Alonzo Horton convinced the city to use 1,200 acres of public land for a park, and officials named it “City Park.” Luckily, commissioners thought the land deserved a more creative name and eventually changed it to Balboa Park, after Vasco Núñez de Balboa who, in 1513, was the first European explorer to set eyes on the Pacific. No one thought about the powerful impact this park would have on San Diego, with many working for free and the community putting money into it to make it a success. It worked! Today, Balboa Park is twice as big as Central Park in New York City and proudly presents the theme “The Story of Man Through the Ages” through is architecture and landscape. Thus San Diego was changed forever. 
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Dowdle Fine Art PRINTS

TYPES OF PRINTS:

Dowdle Fine Art prints are available in several types:

Mounted Giclée Print

High quality Giclée canvas print mounted on archival board. Standard sizes available for framing.

Giclée Canvas Gallery Wrap

High quality Giclée canvas print stretched over a 1 1/2 inch deep gallery frame ready for hanging.

Framed Giclée Print:

High quality Giclée canvas print mounted and framed in a 6 inch wide frame ready for hanging.

Giclée Canvas:

High quality Giclée canvas print shipped rolled ready for you to stretch or frame yourself.

Double Matted Print:

High quality Giclée print mounted behind a double matte.

Giclée Poster Print:

Framed or rolled high quality Giclée print.

DELIVERY:

Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery as all prints are prepared upon demand. All Fine Prints are packaged and shipped with care.

BE PART OF THE ART

All Dowdle Fine Art prints are eligible for “Be Part Of The Art”

Eric has painted hundreds of people into the art already. In fact, when you look at any of the stadium art, many of the people in those stadiums are real! They’ve commissioned themselves to be placed with their favorite teams. It’s so fun! The only thing better than owning Eric’s art is personalizing yourself into Eric’s art and custom puzzles. Trust me. I know. Check out these videos that spotlight some stories about people who’ve become part of the art.

Select “Customize” on the art print that you would like to be a part of, and upload your photo!

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