"Tuckerman Ravine Trail," one of my miniature map paintings. These small watercolor paintings are tiny artworks of my favorite trails in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, home of some of the Northeast's best hiking!
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"Tuckerman Ravine Trail," watercolor and ink on paper, 4.5x3 inches

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Folks have been ascending Mount Washington via Tuckerman Ravine since the 19th century - possibly even as early as 1809 when Colonel George Gibbs was sent to blaze a path up the mountain. Did he come this way? No one is certain, but there are many beauty spots that have drawn travellers up this side of the mountain. One of the AMC's first projects after its founding in 1876 was to re-establish the path. Nowadays hundreds of hikers and skiers ascend to the heights. 
  • Original piece of art! Handmade with tiny, tiny brushes and Micron pens!
  • Watercolor and ink on paper
  • Made especially for #inktober2018
  • 4.5" x 3"
  • Unframed, unmatted

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