We are excited to announce the sale of limited edition prints of "Camp Robin Hood" by Lakes Region, New Hampshire artist, Peter Ferber (2019). This image tells a very unique narrative about the history of Camp Robin Hood, blending imagery from today and the past. It depicts how the trees, lake and typography look today, while inserted are historical people from the camp's inception (see the figures in the boathouse wearing dated waterfront outfits). It's a true collector's item!
- Price: $30
- 18" x 24" printed on 10pt. Kalima art paper, suitable for framing.
- Payable by check or credit card.
Growing up in New England, Peter Ferber came to love landscape and the built environment, especially the centuries-old homes and buildings found throughout the Lakes Region. He hopes that his paintings will spur recognition of the need to value and preserve the natural and historic assets that define the character of local communities. After graduating from college with a degree in studio art, Ferber began a freelance career as a commercial designer and illustrator. He worked on architectural renderings for historic restoration projects, including the state capitols of Tennessee and New York, as well as other public buildings and historic sites in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Ferber came into his own as an artist when he began doing paintings of the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, where he had spent all his childhood summers on Lake Winnipesaukee. His feelings for the area give a spirit and authenticity to his work, which resonates with many who share the same love for the area.