Atlantic City Boardwalk, mixed media on canvas, 8”x8”
Atlantic City has been done over a number of times over the years. Most famously, or notoriously, in the 1970’s when much was torn down to create a bit of Las Vegas on the Atlantic. It’s a shame that it has always been about renovation instead of restoration. Imagine if we had waited and now, a century later, Atlantic City’s Boardwalk was meticulously restored to its early 20th Century splendor. All we have now is old photos and postcards. The postcards used for this piece were nearly a hundred years old. Come on down to the Boardwalk, jump in the sea, get some saltwater taffy and imagine the days when Nucky Johnson ruled the town.