“Assateague Beach” (2021)

“It was an absolute delight to discover the stately old  U.S. Coast Guard Assateague Beach Station. Set on the southern tip of Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, getting there required a 4-mile roundtrip hike across the windswept sand between the Atlantic Ocean and Tom’s Cove. Built in 1922, it was one of eight life-saving stations between Cape Charles and Cape Henlopen. In 1967, it was decommissioned and abandoned. This print is part of my ongoing series celebrating Delmarva’s Life-Saving Stations, including ones at Indian River Inlet, Delaware, and Ocean City, Maryland.” — Erick Sahler

Limited edition of 90 16x20 10-color silkscreen prints. Also available in 8x10 Legacy Reproduction prints

5.5 x 7.25 image on 8x10 paper

12x16 image on 16x20 paper

Maryland-made all-wood custom framing available