Having first come to New Hope as a youth attending sleep away camp, I always fostered fond memories of the town.......Just 6 miles north of the spot where George Washington crossed the Delaware, today, New Hope's primary industry is tourism. On weekends, the streets are crowded with tourists visiting the many restaurants, bikers, antique shops, and art galleries, or taking the popular walk along the river and the Delaware Canal. New Hope was also home to an art colony, founded by Edward Redfield and William L. Lathrop, that produced important impressionistic regional work. Other members or associates of the colony included George Sotter, Daniel Garber and Fern Coppedge. They were also associated with the nearby Phillips Mill artists colony. This alley always captured my attentions thru the years....its unique inhabitants and artifacts collectively calling to me....Available as 8 x 11 or 11 x 17 b & w or color photo or watercolor or painted print on Hahnemuhle Museum Etching Fine Art Inkjet Paper, and each photograph or print is personally approved and hand-signed by me, the artist..