Puget Sound or Whulge, the Lushootseed name for the Sound
As the second largest estuary in the United States, the Puget Sound offers complex waterways, peninsulas, islands and lakes. The Sound opens into the greater Salish Sea. There are many sailboats, ferries and float planes traversing these wispy waterways. There was so much I wanted to include in this illustration! I chose to focus on the water, however. I highlighted the cities nearest to the water. Lighthouses and ports are indicated with symbols. Ferry sailing routes and destinations are included. Key landmarks are highlighted like the Kitsap Peninsula, Seattle, Whidbey Island, San Juan Islands and more.
Great reference map and gift for anyone who lives in the Pacific Northwest, especially sailors who need a beautiful nautical style map!
The first image is the most accurate color representation of the print. On the original, I used waterproof ink and watercolor to create the painting. The watermark is not included on the print.
This is an archival print on high-quality matte paper.
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 and comes with a nail for easy install. No need to frame a print because the board mounted print is ready to hang! Manufactured in the PNW.