LAKE SHORE PARK — Lorain, Ohio
“We reached Lake Shore Park, a city park laid out with rosebuds, fountains,bowling greens, picnic tables. It was empty now, but sweetly expectant of clean, white,well-behaved children and parents who would play there above the lake in summerbefore half-running, half-stumbling down the slope to the welcoming water. Black people were not allowed in the park. And so it filled our dreams.”
— Toni Morrison
The Bluest Eye, 1970
All prints are signed, numbered and shipped matted.
Also Available: Framing for Fine Art Prints ($125 per print)
The Literary America Collection of Fine Art Prints have been exhibited at the National Steinbeck Center in Salinas, CA (2010) and at the Faulkner Gallery in Santa Barbara, CA (2012).