|20. Blizzard of 78, Albion||38. Downtown Albion, 1910|
|184. Forks of the Kalamazoo River, Albion Michigan Giclée print||110. Gardner House Museum, Albion Giclée print|
|198. Aerial View of Albion, 1993||165. Winter Morning, Albion|
|55. Albion Train Depot||181. Washington Gardner School, Albion|
|199. Haven Hills Farm,
|185. Albion Public Library|
Albion Michigan was platted as a village in 1835, the same year that Albion College first held classes near this location. Over the years, Albion was primarily a foundry town, but with changes to the automotive industry, has become known more as a city with educational interests. There are several educational programs in Albion including Albion Public Schools, that now serve grades k-8. Albion has several historical markers and is known for its interesting history and rich ethnic heritage.
See also prints of Albion College.
Giclée Prints - We are gradually reworking all of the prints that are on this site from the previous style that was 9" x 12" and printed on an offset press to the new giclee print that is 11" x 14" and bright black and white. We are tweaking the art as we do this, with the same artist updating art that she did over 30 years ago. Now the contrast and tones are more vibrant, the trees have more branches, and the art is truly keepsake quality. If you see any print on this site that is priced at $30 and would like one of these larger Giclée prints instead (priced at $60), just contact us. The Giclée prints are estimated to last up to 200 years when kept under glass and properly mounted and framed.
Example of before and after. (also the paper quality and size are significantly nicer!) The signature on all of the Giclée prints is in pencil, and not a part of the art itself as is shown here on the website.
Other series from Michigan Prints