"In Carter Notch" is a 4.25 by 4.25 inch watercolor and ink painting on paper by Rebecca M. Fullerton, depicting the craggy cliffs and boulder field that lie in Carter Notch, in the western parts of the White Mountain National Forest. A clear blue sky with white, puffy clouds fills the background.
This is a framed view of "In Carter Notch," a 4.25 by 4.25 inch watercolor and ink painting on paper. It is matted in white under glass in a 10 by 10 inch white shadowbox frame.

"In Carter Notch," framed 4.25x4.25 inch watercolor and ink painting on paper

Regular price $ 100.00 $ 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 painting is on display at the Sugar Hill Inn, 116 NH-117 Sugar Hill Road in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire. Stop by, dine or stay at the Inn to see or acquire this piece. 

The Ramparts are a big tumble of rocks at the base of the steep slopes of Carter Notch in New Hampshire's White Mountains. They are labyrinth of boulders, nooks, crannies and caves. A great place to explore and imagine the giant, geological events that created this area. The mountains show their full ruggedness here. I tried to capture that and just the right blue of a perfect summer day.

  • 4.25 x 4.25" original watercolor painting
  • signed by the artist
  • matted with archival, white, bevel-cut mat board
  • framed deep behind glass in a white 10" x 10" x 1¾" shadow box