"Riverbank Boulders" is a 10 by 10 inch oil painting on panel by Rebecca M. Fullerton, depicting riverbank rocks and the roots of birch and hardwood trees climbing down over them. Sunlight strikes green mosses at the base of the trees, and the rocks in sunlight are many shades of gray, beige and ochre.
This is a framed view of "Riverbank Boulders," a 10 by 10 inch oil painting on panel by Rebecca M. Fullerton, depicting riverbank rocks and the roots of birch and hardwood trees climbing down over them. Sunlight strikes green mosses at the base of the trees, and the rocks in sunlight are many shades of gray, beige and ochre.

"Riverbank Boulders," framed 10x10 inch oil painting on panel

Regular price $ 500.00 $ 0.00

This painting is currently on display outside of my studio. See below for details on where to find it or contact us with any questions you may have.

This piece is currently at The Libby Museum of Natural History in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire through July 2021. Please speak to museum staff about purchasing work while you are there, or contact me via my Contact Page.

River banks are always changing. Building up with silt or being worn down by spring melt and storm. The rocky shores of Cascade Brook in Franconia Notch, NH show the scars of high water washing soil away to revealed boulders tumbling out into the sun. 

  • 10 x 10 inch oil on panel painting
  • 11.5 x 11.5 inch maple float frame
  • signed by the artist
  • wired and ready to hang