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"Yesterday's Hot News"
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In the past, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania was known as the “Steel Capitol of the World”. There were many companies located and operating various types of steel mills in and around the area. Because of this, Pittsburgh also became known as the “Smoky City”. This rendering portrays the pouring of ingots at one of the mills.

The media I felt would most lend itself to this rendering is scratchboard. This process is a reversal where the surface is laminated with India Ink. When the surface is dry, the subject is sketched in and then scratched out with either a razor blade or X-acto knife. Thus the name scratchboard.

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Fine Art Giclée Print
What is a Fine Art Giclée Print?

Original rendering in scratchboard.
Printed on archival quality, acid free paper

Image Size: 6.67” x 10” - $65.00
Image Size: 14” x 21” - $200.00
Other sizes available upon request.

  If you are interested in purchasing a Fine Art Giclée Print of this painting, email or phone Frank Demma Art at 412-921-7571 for more information.  
  The original painting “Yesterday's Hot News” is for sale.  

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