"King Ravine," framed 4.75x4.75 inch watercolor and ink painting on paper
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.
From the depths of King Ravine there's only one place to go and that's up, but it won't be easy. The steep planes of this giant cut in the mountains' sides mean rocky trails and lots of climbing. One trail up the side of the Ravine seen here is jokingly named after the Chemin des Dames, a spectacularly flat road in France used by the ladies of court during the reign of Louis XV.
- original 4.75 by 4.75 inch watercolor and ink painting
- signed by the artist
- matted deep behind the glass in white archival mat stock
- framed in a white 10"x10"x1¾" shadow box
All paintings framed with glass are packed and shipped with the utmost care. First, a layer of foam-core is affixed over the front of the piece. Multiple layers of bubble wrap surround the entire painting before the it is sealed in a sturdy box. I mark the package as fragile and make sure my shipper is aware of the delicate contents.