Opened on December 1, 1866 and now on the National Register of Historic Places, the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge, at 1057 feet, spans the Ohio River between Cincinnati and Covington. One of the pylons as well as the suspension cables and deck of that bridge has been captured arising from the mist at either end by local artist Tom Gaither. The Ohio River is flowing under the bridge and birds can be seen in the distance. Created exclusively for the CET Action Auction in 2000, the print has been reproduced from a watercolor painting. The 23 by 17 ? inch unframed artist proof print is signed and numbered by the artist and is one of only 30 ever available to the public. This is Plate One of five of the Crown Jewels Collection and we have only one other artist proof. This print must be picked up at CET or Think TV, shipping is not available.
Donor Value is $100.
Donated By Friend of the Station