Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina
The pier, built in the 1930s by Julian Morton, who named it the Atlantic View Pier. The same family who owned Grandfather Mountain. In 1939 the family sold the pier to Johnny Mercer, who renamed it after himself. Over the years, Johnny Mercer Pier has withstood several major hurricanes to include Hazel in 1954. However, it was Fran and Bertha in 1996, that did the wooden pier in. Now it stands rebuilt— the first concrete pier in North Carolina. It stretches 1200 feet out over the Atlantic Ocean and can withstand winds up to 200mph.
Small: (19" x 9.9"), Quantity of Sixty
Medium: (25" x 12.8"), Quantity of Twenty-Five
Large: (37" x 18.7"), Quantity of Fifteen
NOTE: Print sizing includes a one-half inch white border.
An accompanied signed and numbered (COA) Certificate of Authenticity validates each print. Solidifying each work of art as a genuine collector’s piece
We create limited editions on Hahnemühle Photo Rag®, a 310gsm cotton museum grade archival paper. Offering muted blacks and uncompromised detail. Its surface, textured with a cotton feel which aids in color reproduction and smooth gradients.