The Custis Square Archaeological Dig framed giclée art print by Marcia Long features a view of this archaeological site from Francis and Nassau Streets. This four-acre lot was where John Custis IV built his home and garden in the 18th century. Little is known about this garden and even less about those who worked it. Early American gardening and colonial consumerism are among the many topics archaeologist hope to learn more about by uncovering this site.
Stop by the Custis Square Archaeology Project to hear about the latest discoveries.
- Measures 11 1/4"W x 9 1/4"H
- Detailed gold frame included (frame style may vary slightly from the picture)
- Giclée print fine art prints on archival paper
- Archival matte board and glass cover
- Signed by local Williamsburg artist Marcia Long
- Made in USA
About the Artist
Marcia Long is a local Williamsburg artist. She holds an art degree from the Ohio State University and received botanical art training at the New York Botanical Garden, the Brookside Botanical Garden in Maryland, the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Garden in Pittsburgh, the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida and has attended master classes in St. Michael Maryland, Filoli Gardens in Woodside, California and Falls Church, Virginia.