New York Bocce Volo Acrylic Print
by Richard Reeve
New York Bocce Volo by Richard Reeve - 7.5" x 10"
New York Bocce Volo acrylic print by Richard Reeve. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.
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New York Bocce Volo - Richard Reeve Visiting New York City on an unseasonably warm day in early February I was surprised to see a group of gentlemen playing a game of boules in Bryant Park. When I first played this back in the South of France in the 1970's the version we played was petanque, but I believe the likely variant here will be the Italian game, bocce volo. These guys were good, clearly having played for years.
About Richard Reeve
I am a visual story teller based in southern Pennsylvania, USA. My imagery is inspired from everyday objects and situations and is sometimes exhibited and sold at the Bradford Avenue Galleries (Allinson Gallery and Huston Gallery) at Chester County Art Association, in addition to this online store. My work has also been exhibited at Panorama XXL, Rouen, France and the Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati, USA. I have over 1,800 images available in a variety of sizes, mediums and products. I hope you will find something that inspires you, amuses you, makes you think, smile, frown, or perhaps just scratch your head. Go on, dive in... and for those of you who do so, I offer a big thank you for looking through my window on the...
: ) I love this! l/f!
Richard Reeve replied:
Thank you, Meg. These older gentlemen were having a quiet but enjoyable time. It's strange because it was a cold February day in NYC and just seeing them play in the gravel park took me back to the late 1970's and the holidays in the South of France where the locals played petanque, their version of boules, in the warm evenings... plus ca change, as they say, I guess...