In Horton Hatches the Egg (1940), the compassionate pachyderm named Horton was born. Then in
1954 with the publication of Horton Hears a Who!, this classic creature, with his soulful eyes
skyrocketed into one of the most heroic children's book characters of all time. To this day
Horton remains a lasting symbol of equality, faithfulness, and humanity.
The impact of this book, as well as the 2008 emergence of Horton as an international film
star, continue to instruct new generations of children with enduring messages as applicable to
today's anti-bullying campaign, as they are to the long revered values of honesty and loyalty.
In celebration of the 60th anniversary of this literary milestone, we announce the release
of a very special print edition to commemorate Horton's cultural impact.
To this day Horton remains a lasting symbol of equality, faithfulness, and humanity.
Medium: Serigraph on Paper
Image Size: 29" x 32" with deckled edges
Opening Price: $1,295
Edition Size: 395 Arabic Numbers | 155 Collaborators' Proofs
99 Roman Numerals - Patrons' Collection | 5 Hors d'Commerce
60 Special Reserve Prints
Huckleberry Fine Art
12051 Nebel St.
Rockville, MD 20852
Whether you are an aspiring artist or just want to enjoy
the evening, you'll love our Women Who Wine classes. Don't
worry if painting is not your expertise, we are ready to
teach you on a step-by-step basis and it's fun learning. Each
class will be 2 hours long; you can come as you are since we
provide the canvases, paints, brushes and all that go with. The
classes are taught in a wonderful gallery atmosphere and are sure
to get your creative juices flowing.
Our instructors are well known artists in the area and have years of
teaching experience. With their guidance you will leave with a unique,
The wines that have been chosen by sommelieres will wet your palette
and excite your taste buds.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to several local charities that
we regularly support. This will be an experience that you won't forget and
you will want to bring friends for more of the Women Who Wine.
You can register directly with us at the gallery, 301-881-5977 or online at
Imagine being taught to paint and draw in a gallery
atmosphere surrounded by art from todays successful
artists known throughout the world. At Huckleberry
Fine Art School, children will be encouraged to let their
Whether taking drawing, painting or puppetry
classes, our students will be taught by a staff of wonderful
teachers with years of experience. All of our staff have a
bachelor's degree in the arts, and some have advanced degrees.
As an added curriculum bonus, children who take courses
with Huckleberry Fine Art School are all invited to meet world
famous artist Rob Gonsalves Mother's Day weekend! Gonsalves will
share his knowledge with our budding artists and answer questions
they may have!
Classes will fun 1.5 hours once a week for 5 weeks. There is
a 12 student-per-class cap and they may fill up quickly, so register
as soon as possible by
clicking here. Some
items in the course description may not be achieved in the first 5 weeks,
and we strongly encourage students interested in focusing on their skills to
sign up for the next sessions. All skill levels are encouraged to join. Materials
will be provided, just bring your creativity!
CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS!
From Bethesda, follow Old Georgetown Road until dead end on Nebel St.
(apprx 3 blocks past Rockville Pike). Turn left on Nebel St.
Turn right 50 feet later into warehouses.
Huckleberry Fine Art is in the back of the warehouse at
12051 Nebel St.
Huckleberry Fine Art is a great venue to hold your event. Our
4,800 sq. ft gallery is a unique, creative, fun and inspirational environment for a
business meeting, bridal shower, cocktail reception, charity auction or any other event
you would like to host.
We can provide chairs, tables and linens if needed. You can also feel free to use your own caterer,
or we could recommend some to you. The gallery comfortably holds 175 people, and we also have free
parking on-site, so no need to bother with meters.
Please call or email us at the gallery to make a reservation or with any questions. 301.881.5977
Also, check out
Huckleberry Fine Art's Facebook Page to see photos of a few of the events we have held.