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Architecture Women's T-Shirt featuring the photograph South Church by Marcia Lee Jones

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South Church Women's T-Shirt

Marcia Lee Jones

by Marcia Lee Jones





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Our Bella / Canvas t-shirts are made from a 50% cotton / 50% polyester blend and are available in five different sizes.   They're stylish, soft, and incredibly comfortable.   Machine wash with cold water, and tumble dry on low heat.

Design Details

Over the centuries techniques were developed to shear through one side of a blown glass cylinder and produce thinner rectangular window panes from... more

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South Church Photograph by Marcia Lee Jones


South Church Canvas Print

Canvas Print

South Church Framed Print

Framed Print

South Church Art Print

Art Print

South Church Poster


South Church Metal Print

Metal Print

South Church Acrylic Print

Acrylic Print

South Church Wood Print

Wood Print

South Church Greeting Card

Greeting Card

South Church iPhone Case

iPhone Case

South Church Throw Pillow

Throw Pillow

South Church Tote Bag

Tote Bag

South Church Weekender Tote Bag

Weekender Tote Bag

South Church T-Shirt


South Church Coffee Mug

Coffee Mug

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Comments (17)

Charlotte Gray

Charlotte Gray

Beautiful composition! l/f

Carol Japp

Carol Japp

Lovely shot Marcia!!

Alberto  RuiZ

Alberto RuiZ


Kume Bryant

Kume Bryant

Very beautiful! vf

Jim Fitzpatrick

Jim Fitzpatrick

Great capture and composition! f/v

Donna Van Vlack

Donna Van Vlack

Love this.

Marcia Lee Jones

Marcia Lee Jones

Appreciate your featuring my work, Bruce, Marie & Ivete!

Lynn Bauer

Lynn Bauer

This is just so charming & pretty, Marcia! I love it! f/l

Debbie Portwood

Debbie Portwood

So pretty with the frigid cold outside and the warm light within! Great shot! f/love!

Deborah Benoit

Deborah Benoit

Fabulous work Marcia!! v

Beverly Guilliams

Beverly Guilliams

Gorgeous Capture....v

Leah McDaniel

Leah McDaniel


Sonali Gangane

Sonali Gangane

Beautiful work! L

Joan Carroll

Joan Carroll

beautiful work! v

Pamela Briggs-Luther

Pamela Briggs-Luther

This is so peaceful and serene! v

Leif Sohlman

Leif Sohlman

well done

Artist's Description

Over the centuries techniques were developed to shear through one side of a blown glass cylinder and produce thinner rectangular window panes from the same amount of glass material. This gave rise to tall narrow windows, usually separated by a vertical support called a mullion. Mullioned glass windows were the windows of choice among European well-to-do, whereas paper windows were economical and widely used in ancient China, Korea and Japan. In England, glass became common in the windows of ordinary homes only in the early 17th century whereas windows made up of panes of flattened animal horn were used as early as the 14th century.[5] Noted science historian, author and television show host/producer James Burke attributes the rapid deforestation of Great Britain in the late 1500s to the uptick in production of glazed windows as well as iron cannon production (1st Cast in 1547). He writes further this gave rise to coal for fuel, which spurred iron production, requiring more coal, and mo...

About Marcia Lee Jones

Marcia Lee Jones

Where does one start with a quick biography, which will give some insight to the artist inside? For me, photography was a way to get my feelings out by capturing moments in my life. Memories are one of the biggest ways to experience emotions of all types. Photography was that answer to capture moments that were ignored by others that would elicit an emotion. For instance, the way light can highlight an object brilliantly shadows that express mystery colors that can be dramatic or soft. To be able to do that with any form of art is important to the human psyche. We all must be able to express ourselves and my way is in black, white and color. Hope you will enjoy some of these...