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Columbia River at dawn in the Columbia River Gorge- Oregon. Watercolor fine art print Columbia Gorge landscape watercolor painting Oregon artworkOriginal painting 12x21"- Please inquirePrinted on photographic paper and hand signed by the artist. Fine art prints are shipped in cardboard mailing tube, sealed in watertight plastic sleeve. USPS Priority Mail (1-3 days) with tracking and insurance (domestic US).Painted by artist Ryan Fox. Ryan Fox is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society as well as 6 state and regional societies- Northeast, Georgia, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Missouri, and North Carolina (NEWS, GWS, IWS, PWS, MOWS, WSNC). Ryan has won awards in The American Watercolor Society (AWS), Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors, Missouri Watercolor Society, Georgia Watercolor Society (GWS), and Watercolor Society of North Carolina juried shows. His work has been featured in Watercolor Artist Magazine, Art of Watercolour, and Splash 15, 16, 19 & 20 hardcover books published by F+W Media. His instructional DVDs are marketed by Creative Catalyst Productions. You can view more of his work online at: rfoxphoto.com.Handmade item

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Columbia River Gorge Highway Wall Art will refresh your mind and soul whenever you stop and stare at it. This high-quality art print will complement any room in your home and soothe your senses with nature's beauty.

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Image © Art Wolfe About the ArtistArt Wolfe (born 1951) is an American photographer and conservationist, best known for color images of wildlife, landscapes and native cultures. His photographs document scenes from every continent and hundreds of locations, and have been noted by environmental advocacy groups for their stunning visual impact. Wolfe's career has been described as multi-faceted, involving wildlife advocacy, art, journalism, and education. According to William Conway, former president of the Wildlife Conservation Society, Wolfe is a "prolific and sensitive recorder of a rapidly vanishing natural world." In the last 30 years, the public has viewed Wolfe's work in more than sixty published books, including Vanishing Act, The High Himalaya, Water: Worlds between Heaven & Earth, Tribes, Rainforests of the World, and The Art of Photographing Nature.

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Columbia River Gorge Observatory by Panoramic Images is produced with printing that covers the entirety of the canvas for a sleek and stylish museum-quality look. Our framed prints are made by expert craftsmen who strive to make each canvas the masterpiece that your home deserves. Each of our framed canvas art prints is hand-crafted and made-to-order to give it a high quality and professional appearance. To ensure the clearest, most accurate depiction of the artists' original vision, we print each work of art on bright white polyester canvas, ensuring the most vivid display and precise details.READY TO HANG - Our canvas prints come with preinstalled D-rings attached to the back of the product to make hanging and displaying your new masterpiece a breeze.

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Die-Cut Outdoor Stickers Vinyl die-cut decal Designed for outdoor use, waterproof and UV resistant Intended for permanent placement on water bottles, laptops, coolers, cars and more Best when applied to a clean and even surface Printed in the USA using eco-certified inks Sticker sizes range due to variations of contour artwork Small Size: From 1 to 3 inches Large Size: From 3 to 6 inches

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In July of 1867, Carleton Watkins arrived in Portland, Oregon, determined to expand the range of his work beyond his well known images of Yosemite Valley. He decided to take on another rugged view: that of the Columbia River Gorge. Travel was difficult—though railroads and highways would eventually service the area, Watkins’ visit preceded them by several years—forcing the photographer to go by steamships, barges, and portage railroads. It wasn’t just Watkins traveling. He had his mammoth-plate camera, his stereoscope camera, hundreds of glass negative plates, and the equipment and flammable chemicals needed to develop the negatives in tow. Despite these difficulties, Watkins produced at least 59 mammoth-plate photographs, the first known images to comprehensively document the mid-Columbia River.Watkins captured some of the first photographs of now-iconic landmarks like Cape Horn. This particular photograph is widely considered one of Watkins’s finest images from his work in the Columbia River Gorge. Featured in the canoe is John Stephenson (Watkins’ guide and assistant), as well as apples from his family farm stacked on the left.

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"Ore­gon contains multitudes, for this is a state that spans a tremendous range of people, cultures, and terrains. It’s a range that this book seeks to illuminate, along with Ore­gon’s spectacularly beautiful and varied landscape." —Nicholas D. Kristof, from the foreword Oregon is a big, beautiful state filled with mountains, valleys, deserts, cities, towns, an amazing coastline, and much more. From the high desert of Central Oregon and the scenic vistas of the Columbia River Gorge to awe-inspiring Crater Lake and the forest and farms of the Willamette Valley, its natural wonders abound.In Oregon, My Oregon, the award-winning team of pho­tographers at Photo Cascadia have captured this mag­ical place in a stunning book that will be embraced by locals and visitors alike. Oregon, My Oregon includes a foreword by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and former Oregonian Nicholas Kristof, who captures the breadth and beauty of the state and this must-have book.

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sku: 100415-540x-VUPC: 697333890257 USPS Scott UX164 19c Columbia River Gorge First Day of Issue Postal Card. Material: Paper. Exact item size plus or minus 1/4 inch - 5.5in length x 3.5in width x 0.03125in height. Color: Multicolor. Denomination: 19 Cent. Quality: Mint Never Hinged/MNH. Country of Manufacture: United States. Grade: F/VF (Fine/Very Fine). Feature: Issued May 9, 1992. Feature: First Day Of Issue. Condition: New Item Inspection Notes and Scores: 10 excellent to 0 poor. Appearance Notes and Score: Minimum Handling - has not been used - 9 Operational Notes and Score: None - 10 Complete Item Notes and Score: None - 10 Source: Personal Collection Category: Collectibles FAST DELIVERY!!! All items are shipped the next business day except custom made items. Ask about our combined shipping discount! Generous 30 day return window for most items. Business Hours 10:30am to 5:30pm PST Monday thru Saturday Phone Number 360-927-8239 730 E Smith RdBellingham, WA 98226 Visit our informational site at: www.jakemart.com Owner David Sturtz - My Digital Business Card The Cloud Market from Practical to Radical!

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A cold morning in the Columbia Gorge on the Washington side. Shot with a vintage Brownie Bullet camera on 127 film. A grainy and moody scene with low lying clouds, snowy peaks and a sliver of the Columbia River. TITLE: Columbia Gorge Morning

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