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Ken Acrylic Print featuring the photograph Bridge To The Past by Ken Johnson

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Bridge To The Past Acrylic Print

Ken Johnson

by Ken Johnson


Product Details

Bridge To The Past acrylic print by Ken Johnson.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

Sloss Furnaces is a National Historic Landmark in Birmingham, Alabama in the United States. It operated as a pig iron-producing blast furnace from... more

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Comments (4)

Joseph Hinson

Joseph Hinson

Great photo and wonderful history lesson in the caption, too! Makes me want to go there!

Ken Johnson replied:

Thanks Joseph, you should come and check it out. It's really a great place to get some cool photos. I've been through it back when I used to shoot video for a local TV station, but just haven't got around to go back to get still images.

Christine Burdine

Christine Burdine

I love the mixed up sky framing the past/present subject.

Ken Johnson replied:

Thank you Christine.

Ken Johnson

Ken Johnson

Thank you very much Kellice.

Kellice Swaggerty

Kellice Swaggerty

Fantastic -- the perspective, the colors, the details, etc! Excellent artwork, Ken! L/F

Artist's Description

Sloss Furnaces is a National Historic Landmark in Birmingham, Alabama in the United States. It operated as a pig iron-producing blast furnace from 1882 to 1971. After closing it became one of the first industrial sites (and the only blast furnace) in the U.S. to be preserved for public use. In 1981 the furnaces were designated a National Historic Landmark by the United States Department of the Interior.[2][3]

The site currently serves as an interpretive museum of industry and hosts a nationally recognized metal arts program. It also serves as a concert and festival venue. Construction is also underway on a new $10 million visitors center. The furnace site, along a wide strip of land reserved in Birmingham's original city plan for railroads and industry, is also part of a proposed linear park through downtown Birmingham. An annual Halloween haunted attraction called "Sloss Fright Furnace" is held at the site. (Courtesy:

About Ken Johnson

Ken Johnson

I'm proud to work and live in the great state of Alabama. Thanks so much for taking the time to shop my images. I believe it's important to be versatile as no two people are looking for the same things in life. Fine Art Photography Ken Johnson Email: Facebook: Twitter: @KenJImagery Licensing:



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