2010 Crossroads Guitar Festival Prints: Limited Editions On Steel Or Wood Close To Sell Out
In addition to the limited edition print on high-quality archival paper created for and sold at Eric Clapton's 2010 Crossroads Guitar Festival, artists Ron Donovan and Dave Hunter at Hangar 18 in Oakland, California created two extra-special limited editions. Each special style was limited to 25 prints each and measures 25 x 35 inches. Less than 5 remain of the 9-colour silk screen print on old birch wood stained with a cherry / walnut combination. Less than 15 remain of the 9-colour silk screen print on orbital steel. They can be purchased only from Eric Clapton's official website, www.ericclapton.com. For details about these extra-special limited editions on steel or wood, follow these links:
ORBITAL STEEL - Limited edition of 25 with less than 15 remaining
OLD BIRCH WOOD - Limited edition of 25 with less than 5 remaining
The archival paper edition of 1500 silk screen prints is already sold-out. Proceeds from the sale of the limited edition prints, as well as all 2010 Crossroads Guitar Festival Merchandise, benefits the Crossroads Centre at Antigua.
About The Crossroads Centre at Antigua
Founded in 1998 by Eric Clapton, Crossroads Centre, Antigua was created to provide treatment and education to chemically dependent persons, those with other compulsive addictive behaviors, their families and their significant others. Treatment is provided through residential care, family and aftercare programs. The pathway to recovery is founded on the movement toward a change in lifestyle. Crossroads Centre, Antigua also operates a 16-bed halfway house in Antigua called the Bevon House (exclusively for Antigua residents) and facilitates a school-based education series, Breaking the Cycle, in all Antiguan schools. The Crossroads Centre has recently expanded its programme to offer transitional living for men, in line with the Crossroads Centre’s philosophy on recovery, at The Sanctuary in Delray Beach, Florida, for those who have completed a residential treatment programme.