Print Gallery

All proceeds from donations for items listed in the Print Gallery will go to offset production costs and to further research into the career of Wm. J. Carpenter.  Future updates will offer prints of some of Wm. J. Carpenter’s watercolor paintings and other articles relating to his works.

A Guide to the Architectural Projects of Wm. J. Carpenter, AIA, Jack Carpenter.  A 28-page hard copy tabulation of all known design projects of Wm. J. Carpenter with a summary of pertinent information relating to each.  The “Guide” will be updated periodically with newly researched information and changes will be emailed free to subscribers.  Original issue available June 1, 2010. 

Donation $15.00, payable in U. S. Funds by check to J. W. Carpenter, 290 Cubbedge Road, St. Augustine, FL 32080.  Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.

  Palatka Ravine Gardens Print  

   The original of this colorful print of the Palatka Ravine Gardens was painted by Wm. J. Carpenter in 1937.  It is one of a series of three being offered in  Limited Editions of 250 signed by grandson Jack Carpenter.

Printed on heavy paper the 5 X 7 print is matted to fit an  8 X 10 frame. It will be protected and shipped flat, as will the framed version if you opt for that.

      The other two prints of this series, On the River St. Johns and Gardens-Palatka City will be made available when they are discussed in future blogs. More about this painting is in today’s blog. 

Donation: Matted, shippping prepaid   $20.00
                     Framed, shipping prepaid     $45.00
Payable in U. S. Funds by check to J. W. Carpenter,  290 Cubbedge Road, St. Augustine, FL 32080.  Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.

On the River St. Johns Print

On the River St. Johns

The original of this colorful print of the Palatka Ravine Gardens was painted by Wm. J. Carpenter in 1937.  It is one of a series of three being offered in  Limited Editions of 250 signed by grandson Jack Carpenter. Printed on heavy paper the 5 X 7 print is matted to fit an  8 X 10 frame. It will be protected and shipped flat, as will the framed version if you opt for that.

      The other print of this series, Gardens-Palatka City will be made available when discussed in future blogs. More about this painting is in today’s new page. 

Donation: Matted, shippping prepaid   $20.00
                     Framed, shipping prepaid     $45.00
Payable in U. S. Funds by check to J. W. Carpenter,  290 Cubbedge Road, St. Augustine, FL 32080.  Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.

Gardens-Palatka City

Reflections-Palatka Ravine Gardens

This painting, Gardens-Palatka City, completes a trilogy of  Northeast Florida’s Palatka Ravine Gardens scenes created during the Depression days of the 1930s by Wm. J. Carpenter, AIA.  In capturing the tranquility of the natural gardens he created a sense of escape and rest for the patrons of his studio in Daytona Beach. Now that you have seen all three of the paintings available as Limited Edition prints you may want to acquire one or more of them to hang in your Wm. J. Carpenter designed building.

Donation: Matted, shippping prepaid   $20.00
                     Framed, shipping prepaid     $45.00
Payable in U. S. Funds by check to J. W. Carpenter,  290 Cubbedge Road, St. Augustine, FL 32080.  Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.

 

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  1. Hi Jack,

    It was great talking to you the other day.

    What a great thing you are doing. I love artwork with real history behind it.

    Keep up the good work. Let me know if I can help. I have some great ideas to reproduce your art and to create products that will help support your project.

    Thanks,
    Larry

    • Larry,
      Glad you liked it. Ill keep in touch. Jack

  2. Jack, this is a wonderful thing you have done! Great Job! I am so proud of your computer achievements!!! I love the Old Florida watercolors. Nice talking to you, Nance

    • Nancy, glad you enjoyed the blog. It has been a lot of work, but fun ferreting out family history. There’s more coming about Wm. J. Carpenter’s architectural and artistic works so stay tuned. Jack


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