“Lightship Overfalls” (2021)

“The bright red hull of the Lightship Overfalls has drawn folks to the canal in downtown Lewes for nearly 50 years. Officially the LV-118, it was the last ship built for the U.S. Lighthouse Service and served four decades in the waters off Connecticut and Massachusetts. In 1973, it was repainted as the Overfalls in honor of the lightship that was stationed at the mouth of Delaware Bay.” — Erick Sahler

Limited edition of 85 16x20 12-color silkscreen. Also available in 8x10 Legacy Reproduction prints

5.5 x 7.25 image on 8x10 paper

12x16 image on 16x20 paper

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Maryland-made all-wood custom framing available