Eleven Mile Canyon Landscape Painting, Colorado Rocky Mountains, Framed Paper Print
Experiencing "Morning Glory" caused me to pause and meditate on the enduring quality of the canyon in a transitory world. The river, unleashed from the dam above, washes down the canyon, revealing huge boulders that line the canyon floor. The dam, held up by the walls of the canyon, reminds me that we are stronger together.
"Morning Glory" is a finely textured, archival giclée print on cotton paper, of Eleven Mile Canyon located in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, created in 2021. Select paper print only or framed.
Framed prints include a contemporary frame with mat and polystyrene glass (as shown) available in Birch, Dark Brown, White, or Black in three approximate sizes:
Small - 8" x 10" frame matted for a 5" x 7" print
Medium - 12" x 16" frame matted for a 8" x 10" print
Large - 16" x 20" frame matted for a 12" x 16" print
(larger sizes are available by special order on select prints)
As a complimentary service, gift purchases are wrapped in gray kraft paper and include a cloth bow. Your new print will be mindfully made and packaged using ecofriendly, recycled, or reused materials in our ongoing efforts to support sustainability. Print aspect ratio may differ depending on frame size selected. Prints are shipped in rigid flat mailers or tubes. Custom and oversized prints are also available for domestic orders.
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About the Artist:
Shirley Bales, is a multi-generational painter. Shirley formally studied fine art under an accomplished forensic portrait artist and other notable illustrators in the 1990's. Shirley also attended workshops by acclaimed plein air painters, and exclusively painted outside for over 15 years to develop her acute color sensibility. Shirley attributes most of her technical knowledge to forerunners of the Classical realism Movement. Shirley has participated in multiple group and solo shows winning multiple awards and accolades over the years.