Welcome to Phoenix Imagery Press, LLC.
Located at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains in beautiful Thurmont, MD
Friday, May 8, 2015 - Mark your calendars for the Thurmont Art, Wine, & Cupcake Walk being held in the downtown area. View the works of the many Artists displaying their work at various locations throughout the downtown area, take time to talk with them about their creations, and enjoy some light refreshments while exploring our town on a warm spring evening.
Just south of the Town Square at 11 Water Street, next to Brown’s Jewelry, stop in to see the works of nationally known Artist Yemi. Another wonderful local Artist, Nancy Houston, will be on hand displaying her unique pet portraits.
Just north of the Town Square at 11 Church Street, home of the Thurmont Historical Society, you will find art work from the Artists of the East Side, a group of local Artists Linda Sandagger, Sharon Crider, along with Cynthia & Russell Poole of Phoenix Imagery Press.
East of the Town Square, at 10 E. Main Street, stop in to the Thurmont Bar & Grill to see the artwork of local Artist John “Gnarly Artly” Nickerson.
A little further along you can stop by Timeless Trends Boutique at 21 E. Main Street to see the works of Artist Rebecca Pearl.
For more information about this event you can click on our “blog” page at the top of this site or check out Main Street Thurmont’s FaceBook page.
3/5/2015 WOW! it has now been six years since this site went live!! Time doesn’t stand still!!
Support your local Artists! If you enjoy great guitar work and song writing be sure to check out Alternative Universe a CD from Frederick area guitarist extraordinaire Bobby Flurie and be sure to buy a copy of his newest release “Just for Laughs” available for purchase directly from Bobby’s web page or as a downloaded album from Amazon.com or CDBaby.com
Bobby Flurie performing at the Frederick Festival of the Arts.
Please consider supporting the Thurmont Historical Society with the purchase of a personalized brick which will become part of a walkway / Heritage Memorial exhibit at the historic Creeger House, home of the Historical Society, located at 11 North Church Street in Thurmont, MD. The bricks can be personalized with your family’s names, dedicated in memory of loved ones, or you might just memorialize something you fondly remember about Thurmont’s past. For additional information or to purchase a brick for the walk please Carol Ford - 301 271 7608, Pat Weddle - 301 271 4238, or Donna Voellinger - 301 271-0309
3/5/2014 Five years since this site went live!!
3/4/2013 - It was four years ago (3/4/2009) that we first uploaded the Phoenix Imagery site & this blog!! Talk about something that will make you feel old...
NOTE : We have discontinued our contract with a third party image gallery provider and instead will be adding a link to image galleries on our upcoming blog site. The galleries will consist of familiar images along with recent and new works. Additional galleries will be added in an ongoing basis as time permits. Most of the images will be available for purchase. To license a particular image for use click on the “contact us” button at the bottom of this page and we will contact you for the information needed to provide rates and the licensing rights available tailored to your intended use for that image.
We have previously published America’s Road : a photographic journey across the National Road from Baltimore to East St. Louis by Russell C. Poole. This book documents the historic National Road in full color photographs and accompanying text from it’s beginning in Maryland to the end of the road at the Mississippi River.
For additional information about America’s Road and a link to a sampling of images from the book click here
Among our current projects is Among These Hallowed Grounds. This book is intended to provide a visual documentation of the area known as the Hallowed Ground Corridor as it exists today. Loosely following along the current U.S. Route 15 corridor from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to the south central regions of Virginia the Hallowed Ground Corridor was the site of much of early American history and important to the formation of the United States as we know it.
For additional information about our upcoming book Among these Hallowed Grounds click here
Our books are offered as a photo and text documentation of historic and other sites of interest to be found in the areas the routes travel through. They are intended to be used as a resource to assist you in planning your trip and as a guide to these areas of unique American history or simply to enjoy as an armchair tour.
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