Rejoice World Watercolor Month with artwork at Savannah Metropolis Corridor

July is Globe Watercolor Month. Watercolor is a gorgeous portray medium recognised for its delicacy and subtlety.

When City Corridor architect Hyman Wallace Witcover offered his proposed layout for the developing to the community in July 1903, he applied the medium of watercolor. Just after acquiring approval of the City Hall constructing committee, the massive watercolor (measuring 5 ft by 3 ft) was hung in the Hymes’ photograph retail store window on Bull Road close to Oglethorpe Avenue, where it could be conveniently seen by the basic general public.

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The image depicted the long term Town Corridor rendered in good depth established in opposition to a backdrop of blue sky and clouds with a fast paced road scene in front. It was effectively acquired by the crowds of citizens that gathered to see it.