I'VE PICKED UP MY ORNAMENT ORDER FROM WENDELL AUGUST, AND I'LL BEGIN SIGNING AND PREPARING TO PACKAGE UP THE NEARLY 260 ORDERS THAT CAME THROUGH THE GALLERY DURING THE AUGUST PROMOTION. CUSTOMERS WILL BE INFORMED AS TO THE PICK UP DATE WHEN I HAVE EVERYTHING READY.
THE 2016 JAMES E. SABOL SIGNATURE SERIES ORNAMENT IS "THE STRONG MANSION, ERIE, PA USA". PERHAPS BETTER KNOWN AS GANNON UNIVERSITY'S ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, OLD MAIN, THIS HISTORIC STRUCTURE IS LOCATED IN DOWNTOWN ERIE. THE ORNAMENT, HAND-CRAFTED BY THE SKILLED ARTISANS AT THE WENDELL AUGUST FORGE, IS THE 23RD OFFERING IN THE ARTIST'S EXCLUSIVE SERIES.
DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST, ORDER AND PRE-PAY YOUR ORNAMENTS AND RECEIVE A 10% SAVINGS. THOSE ORNAMENTS ORDERED DURING THE PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PICK UP OR SHIPPING AFTER OCTOBER 11TH, 2016. YOU CAN CALL IF THAT'S EASIEST (LEAVE A MESSAGE AND I'LL CALL YOU BACK), STOP IN OR EMAIL ME WITH YOUR ORDER. I'LL GET BACK TO YOU WITH A TOTAL AND WE CAN ARRANGE PAYMENT. AT THIS TIME ORDERS CANNOT BE PROCESSED ON THE WEBSITE.
PRICING FOR THE STRONG MANSION:
ALUMINUM @ $21.00
BRONZE @ $25.00
PEWTER @ $30.00
GOLD PLATED BRONZE @ $48.00
GALLERY HOURS :
TUESDAY-11:00 AM -4:00 PM
WEDNESDAY-11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
THURSDAY-11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
FRIDAY-11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
SATURDAY-10:30 - 2:00PM
HOURS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CALL TO CONFIRM HOURS FOR A PARTICULAR DAY, OR FOR AN APPOINTMENT.
FOR QUESTIONS REGARDING COMMISSIONED PIECES, PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT.
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The Gallery occupies the same building as the Mazza Vineyards Wine Shop, and is located at 2006 West Eighth Street, Erie, PA 16505.
ORNAMENTS AND PRINTS
Ornaments, as always, are available for purchase exclusively at the Gallery. Please be advised that quantities are limited. Our phone number is 814.456.4794 and our address is 2006 West Eighth Street, Erie, PA USA.
Limited and Open edition prints are available, both framed and unframed. Please visit our section highlighting Limited and Open Edition Prints for more information.
James E. Sabol is an Erie born artist who has concentrated on pen and ink drawings since 1980. His work is primarily focused on subjects of a historical nature, particularly the places, buildings, and landmarks that have been an integral part of the heritage of Northwestern Pennsylvania. From the Presque Isle Lighthouse and the U.S. Brig Niagara, to the historic Warner Theatre, the artist's hand has rendered each scene in the finest detail. This demanding medium is time consuming and difficult, but the effects are unmistakably characteristic of Mr. Sabol's work. For over thirty years the artist has created commissioned works not only for many of the local colleges and universities, banks, corporations, businesses, and hospitals, but also private collectors. Mr.Sabol's work has benefited countless charitable and philanthropic organizations over the the years, and continues to do so today.
The James E. Sabol Studio and Gallery has been in operation since 1990. It is located at 2006 West Eighth Street, Erie, Pa, and features the artist's work. It shares a building with the Mazza Vineyards Wineshop. The building, originally a gas station, was renovated by the owners, Mr. Sabol and Mr. Mazza.
In addition to his career as a professional artist, Mr. Sabol had been an instructor of Art at Cathedral Preparatory High School since 1971. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Art Education from Mercyhurst College in 1970, and a Master of Education (Jewelry and Sculpture studio track) from Edinboro University in 1975. Mr. Sabol retired in 2010 after nearly four decades at Cathedral Prep as the Art Department Chairman. He looks forward to spending additional time developing new projects and offerings for the Gallery.
Now available is a new section featuring a number of prints of schools, available in several sizes. Prints may be personalized at no charge for the graduate. Framing is available.
The website is still undergoing changes and updates, so please be patient and check back often. Thanks for your interest in my work.