I created these landscapes
paintings of the Adirondack mountains,
and later made art prints from them. The three paintings were from
the top of one of the
Adirondack mountains, St. Regis, and as far
as landscapes go, they cover a good amount of the Adirondacks.
The view above is looking SW at the Adirondacks
with Saint Regis pond to the left; Upper Saranac in the distance;
Hoel pond is in the center; and the Floodwater Pond area is to the
right. Paintings of landscapes generally contain artistic
liberties, and these art prints of the Adirondack mountains are no
exception. The Adirondacks' maples turn red, the birches yellow,
the white pines stay green, and the artist rearranges the
Adirondacks' colors to emphasize the vast distance of the
Adirondack mountains. I chose autumn to be the season for these
paintings of the Adirondacks in order to emphasize various color
patterns in the valley below.
These art prints of the Adirondacks are Giclee prints, have been
tested for longevity, and will not show signs of noticeable
fading, detectable to the human eye until 2060-2070. They are the
finest quality prints, and come with a money back guarantee. I am
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