Interstate 275 located in Florida, is a 60-mile-long auxiliary Interstate Highway serving the Tampa Bay Area. Its southern terminus is at Interstate 75 near Palmetto, where I-275 heads west towards the Sunshine Skyway Bridge crossing over Tampa Bay. From that point, I-275 passes through St. Petersburg before crossing Tampa Bay again on the Howard Frankland Bridge, then continues through the city of Tampa, where it connects to Downtown Tampa. I-275 passes north through the Tampa suburbs to its northern terminus at Interstate 75 in Wesley Chapel.
This painting is of Northbound I275 in St. Petersburg, FL. For us this is both start and finish; it's always home.
- 12" x 4" x 1.5"
- Ready to hang!
- Materials: Acrylic paint; Gallery wrapped canvas; Resin; Metal D Hook; Paper backing
- Paintings are done on 1.5” thick gallery wrapped canvas. The first layer of paint I use in each piece is carried over to the back. The juxtaposition from first layer on the sides of the canvas, to the final layer on the front, create additional viewing areas and added interest to each piece. With the sides painted, frames are also unnecessary; you will spend no more money or time shopping for a frame to match your decor. Simply hang your artwork and enjoy!
- Care: Painting has been coated with a high quality resin material. Keep out of direct sunlight and away from high moisture. Keep indoors. To clean, gently wipe resin surface with clean cloth. For stubborn dirt or dust, a damp rag with mild soap can be used to clean. Paper backing should only be wiped with a dry cloth.