“Ocean City Station” (2022)

“Originally on Caroline Street, the U.S. Life-Saving Station has been a fixture at the south end of the Ocean City Boardwalk since it relocated and opened as a museum in 1978. Its ‘1882 Style’ design — including a small watchtower and cross-shaped braces on all gables — has been copied extensively throughout contemporary beach architecture. This print is part of my ongoing series celebrating Delmarva’s Life-Saving Stations, including ones at Indian River, Delaware, and Assateague Beach, Virginia.” — Erick Sahler

Available in 8x10 and 16x20 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