Give a piece of Columbia history by giving a Gail Holliday poster! Gail Holliday was the Rouse Company’s artist in residence while Columbia was being planned and developed. She designed full color silkscreen prints for each neighborhood in Columbia as it was built. The original silkscreens were on display in the Exhibit Center on Lake Kittamaqundi for many years.
The Hickory Ridge Community Association is selling a variety of Holliday’s Columbia themed posters, including River Hill, A New City, and a commemorative poster commissioned by Patty Rouse for James Rouse’s 75th birthday. Two abstract pheasants grace the River Hill Village poster which is 24” x 36”, printed on glossy paper, signed by the artist and for sale at The Hawthorn Center for $19.95 each. All available posters may be viewed on the Hickory Ridge Community Association’s website,