Erick Sahler Serigraphs Co.  |  Tidewater Times

 

Erick Sahler Serigraphs Co. was featured on the cover of the Tidewater Times of Easton, Md., in June 2014 and May 2016.


About the Cover Artist: Erick Sahler

You won’t find any geese or crab shanties the limited-edition silkscreen prints of Erick Sahler. His “Eastern Shore art for the rest of us” salutes the common but often overlooked events and institutions — like Smith Island cake, the Delmar stock car races and the old Chincoteague swing bridge — that make life on the peninsula so special.


“The Eastern Shore is chockfull of so many great traditions that make it such a wonderful place to live and make art,” Sahler said. “I want to celebrate them all.”


Sahler learned his craft as a teenager, apprenticing for a Salisbury screen printer and studying with Eastern Shore painter C. Keith Whitelock. He graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County with a bachelor’s degree in visual arts and has created commercial artwork for clients across the Eastern Shore for three decades.


The “Oxford Ferry” print, featured on the cover, debuted at Fine Arts @ Oxford in mid-May and is available at the Treasure Chest in Oxford. The scene is special to the artist.


“Once Maryland’s largest port, Oxford is one of the oldest — and most charming — towns on the Eastern Shore. This print features two of its  most-celebrated landmarks — the Oxford-Bellevue Ferry, which is the country’s oldest privately operated ferry still in use, and the Colonial-era Robert Morris Inn, where James Michener outlined his 1978 best-selling novel, ‘Chesapeake,’ ” Sahler said. In addition, the inn is where Sahler and his wife, Tracy, spent their wedding night in May 1992.


All serigraphs by Sahler are printed by hand in his Salisbury, Md., studio using Earth-friendly archival inks on acid-free paper. His frames are custom-made in Maryland using woods from sustainable forests. In addition to the prints, his art is also available on postcards, notecards and tees.


You can find his work in shops across Delmarva. For a list of sellers and upcoming events or to order a piece online, go to www.ericksahler.com.



MORE ERICK SAHLER SERIGRAPHS CO. IN THE NEWS


Bayside Gazette — “Erick Sahler to unveil Berlin serigraph” (March 2015)


Beach to Bay Times — “Featured artist: Erick Sahler Serigraphs” (August 2013 and July 2014)


Berlin-West Ocean City Life — “Silkscreen artist captures iconic Eastern Shore images” (August 2013)


Coastal Point — “Silkscreen artist Erick Sahler to debut Fenwick print at Artisans Fair” (September 2015)


Coastal Style — “Smooth as Silk: Erick Sahler’s nostalgic silkscreens add “Regional Pop” to the Shore” (May 2016)


Daily Times/DelmarvaNow — “Salisbury artist draws inspiration from Eastern Shore” (February 2013)


Delmarva Almanac — “Artist Interview: Erick Sahler” with video (August 2013)


Go! Magazine — “Serigraphs as serious art on display” (May 2012)


Maryland Coast Dispatch — “Students Get First-Hand Look at Artist at Work” (September 2016)


Metropolitan Magazine — “Q&A with Local Artist: Erick Sahler” (January 2014)


Office of the Governor — “City of Salisbury presents print to Maryland governor” (April 2015)


Old Line Plate — “Interview: Erick Sahler Serigraphs Co.” (October 2015)


Salisbury Independent — “Erick Sahler: The future is bright” (October 2014)


Salisbury Independent — “Erick Sahler elected to Society of Illustrators” (November 2015)


ShoreBread Magazine — “Big and bold: Erick Sahler Serigraphs” (December 2012)


Tidewater Times — “About the Cover Artist: Erick Sahler” (June  2014 and May 2016)


USA Today — “Sahler serigraph celebrates Assateague Lighthouse” (May 2014)


Wall Street Journal — “Former editor creates limited-edition silkscreen prints” (December 2012)


WBOC-TV “DelmarvaLife” — “Delmarva Treasure: Erick Sahler Serigraphs” (February 2014)

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