Enhance your home with this idyllic Mountainous Landscape Canvas Art Print. Featuring the deep wilderness, a majestic moose, a winding mountain stream, and a sun-soaked sunrise, this piece invites relaxation and serenity into your space.
"When Time Slows"
When out in this disconnected part of the world, time feels as if it slows down as the smaller things become seemingly more significant. Experiences like this fuel my desire to share and create. This is the first large piece in a series of paintings that I intend to capture my feelings and appreciation for this vastly remote area.
Open edition (signature on print is from the original painting)
Printed on high-quality archival grade Crystalline gloss canvas by Breathing Color. Crisp detail along with unmatched color depth and contrast shines through its rich glossy finish. This is truly the finest canvas on the market.
Stretched: Choice of Black or Mirrored edges, 1.5" thick with hanging hardware installed (ready to hang!)
Framed: Choice of two floater frame styles, Pewter or Black, 1.5" thick with hanging hardware installed (ready to hang!)
Unmounted: Comes rolled with additional 2" white border, perfect for inserting into a frame! No glass required!
***NOTE: The "Wildlife and Art" copyright watermark is just for the internet image. No text appears in the actual painting!
Production and Shipping Times:
All stretched canvas prints are made to order. Production time can vary from 5-10 business days and average shipping time is 2-3 business days once print is made. Average total time for delivery is 2-3 weeks, excluding weekend days.
Rolled canvas prints are also made to order and can take on average 2-8 business days for production and 2-3 additional business days for shipping.
Shipping is free to the USA and Canada for all canvas prints. For other international orders, shipping is calculated at checkout.
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Your work is nothing short of amazing. After a hectic day I relax by watching your videos and really enjoy your narratives while you are painting.
As for the prints I am disappointed because the colors are not vivid and ‘pop’ out the same as your online photos. This is a problem with buying prints, which I seldom do. They seem to lose the values that make the paintings so striking!
It’s so beautiful. I love it.