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Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "Ohio Bicentennial Barn" by Flees Photos. Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder. All seams are double-stitched for added durability. Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.
In the early 2000's the state of Ohio commissioned a couple hundred bans to be painted with the image you see here to commemorate the bicentennial of... more
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In the early 2000's the state of Ohio commissioned a couple hundred bans to be painted with the image you see here to commemorate the bicentennial of the State.
The statehood of Ohio can be considered controversial by most historians. While the State was annexed in 1803 the paperwork to officially make it a State was not officially signed until 1976. In preparation for the US Bicentennial the state began doing research to determine when it was officially signed as a state. During that research they discovered that the paperwork was never signed, so the actual paperwork was completed in 1976 but assigned the date that Ohio became a State to 1803 when the paperwork should have been signed.
At any rate this was one of the few surviving bans painted for the bicentennial celebration. Most have either been painted over or torn down.
Christopher Flees of Flees Photos is an Internationally Published Photographer, Art Promoter, Artist, and Producer of Man Cave, She Shed, Home and Business decor. "He entered the art of photography and photo processing at the age of 13 in a studio owned by a family friend and professional photographer. He started out working in the darkroom developing and processing portfolio images for models. A quick study he transitioned out of the darkroom and onto the studio floor working with the models and composing image for their portfolios. After several years of studio work Chris left the studio, desiring a change in his career direction. He transitioned his career toward fine art landscape photography. Over the next 30+ years he adopted a...