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Old Barnstable Village Print by Jayne Shelley Pierce

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Olde Barnstable Village print by Jayne Shelley Pierce

Jayne was raised in Sandwich, and resided in Centerville. She began painting at age sixteen and evolved into one of Cape Cod's most beloved artists. Her primitive style paintings evoke the nostalgia of a Cape Cod of simpler times. She died in 2021.

This print shows a bird's eye view of Barnstable Village, with the perspective artfully changed to highlight iconic buildings. (Sturgis Library is in the foreground). The scene shows the Barnstable County Fair, which was held in the Village until 1939. The landscape is populated with people walking, fishing, working, and driving carts, some with balloons in their hands, most likely purchased at the fair.

These large prints measure 30"x24", and are printed on heavy paper stock. They sell for $50 each, and are suitable for framing.

At this time the prints won't be available for shipping due to their large size and stiff paper. We will be working with UPS to see if there is a way to ship them for a reasonable price, but for now they must be picked up at the Library.

For more information contact Library Director Lucy Loomis at or by calling 58-362-6636.

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