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The White Mountains of New Hampshire are not full of ancient stone monuments crafted by the hands of humans, but there are monuments left by the mile-high ice sheet that once passed over this region. Carved-out valleys, scraped-over mountain peaks and erratic boulders dot the landscape. This interesting 'castle' of rock with its crown of trees was spotted along a trail and highlighted by a ray of sunlight. I couldn't help but record this marker of geologic time as a painting.
- 16 x 20 inch oil on gallery wrapped canvas (canvas edges are painted)
- framed in a 17.5 x 21.5 inch hardwood float frame
- signed by the artist
- wired and ready to hang