Skagit Cascades // Archival Print
The Skagit Valley of Western Washington boasts some of the best soil in the country, thanks to the rich Skagit River delta that pours into the Salish Sea. This special valley (and county) has great views of the Cascade Range, specifically the Skagit subrange, which extends into Canada. The full Cascade Range extends from British Columbia south through Oregon and into Northern California. This piece captures the prominent peaks of Skagit County, looking east, like the Canadian Cascades, Mt Baker, the Twin Sisters Range, Picket Range and Eldorado Range. The perspective is as if you were floating over Deception Pass looking northwest.
This piece took longer to research than draw and paint! I combed through hiker blogs, aerial photos, Google Earth and topographic maps to piece together this unique view. Great mountain art and peak identifier chart for the outdoor and nature lover!
This is an unframed archival print on high-quality matte paper. Watermark is not included on the physical print.
15x5" - includes 0.25" border
All other sizes include about 1" border
Board Mounted Option:
An archival print permanently mounted on a piece of 3/8" thick MDF wood and sealed with a UV-protected coating and painted black on the edges. Pre-drilled area for hanging on the back. No need to frame a print because the board mounted print is ready to hang! Manufactured in the PNW.
Framing Note: 8x24" and 12x36" are standard size frames. Panoramic frames are available in the collage frame section (take out the pre-cut mat) in many frame & craft shops. To frame the 15x5" size, I recommend finding a standard size off-the-rack frame (like a 10x20") and mounting it on acid-free paper or having a custom mat cut, if necessary. Or, you can easily order a custom size frame online.