Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Prints from the Mountains

The final three prints that are framed and hanging now in the Pantano Gallery at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester depict scenes of mountains. Living in central New Hampshire, I am surrounded by breathtaking views of Crotched Mountain or Pat's Peak pretty much everywhere I go, and anyone who has travelled to Manchester has enjoyed the scenery of the Uncanoonucs from the highway. I am also lucky enough to live about an hour's drive from Mount Monadnock. The second most climbed mountain in the world (second to Japan's Mount Fuji), a hike up Monadnock is a memorable experience and the inspiration of one of the prints below.


9. Mountain Abstract-SOLD
2.25" x 12"
white-line woodcut print
watercolor on Stonehenge paper

10. Hiking Mount Monadnock
8.5" x 11"
white-line woodcut
watercolor on Stonehenge on paper

11. Uncanoonuc from Bridge Street
12.5" x 9.25"
white-line woodcut print
watercolor on Stonehenge paper

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