Art Show Preview: Ed Preusser

Not long after Little Chapel on the River was published, Ed Preusser crafted some signs to show newly curious (and lost) patrons how to find Guinan's. He did such a good job, someone stole the signs once or twice and they were often photographed by people making a journey to Guinan's.

Now he's making a more elaborate, special version to sell at the upcoming Guinan's Art & Photography show.

"I did the shamrock sign because the original neon one in the window was always a feature everyone remembers from their visits (in addition to the one made of brass in the fireplace hearth). This one, unlike the wooden signs, is a true hand made, one of a kind."

Photo courtesy of Cathy Seeber.


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