NEW ART PRINT
"OIL BOOM DAYS"
Wayne County, Kentucky
WE HAVE ONLY
OF THIS GREAT PRINT!
In 1988, Guy Huffaker commissioned his brother, Drexell Huffaker, to do a painting
that would help preserve the history of the Wayne County oil boom. Drexell, an accomplished painter and artist, called
upon his extensive background in the oil fields of Wayne County and produced a masterful work dipecting the days when oil
was "king" in Wayne County.
Linda Huffaker Abbott, has provided prints of this work
to the Museum and we are glad to make them available to you.
One of the newest and most modern techniques has been
used to produce the prints. The process used in making the prints is giclee. A giclee is an individually produced,
high-resolution, high fidelity reproduction done on a special large format printer. Giclees are produced from digital
scans of existing artwork. Giclees are superior to traditional lithography. The colors are brighter, last longer,
and are so high-resolution that they are virtually continuous tone.
The Drexell Huffaker prints are 22" x 16" and are printed
on 300 pound stock William Turner paper.
Prints sell for $50.00 + $3.00 tax + $7.00 shipping.
Prints may be ordered from the Wayne County Museum.
The print will be tube shipped upon payment by check or money order.