The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 inch black wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
"Snow Lake is a gem in Mount Rainier National Park. On the north side of the lake, there is a lovely view of Mount Rainier. On the south side of the lake, there are beautiful reflections of snowfields on the surrounding peaks. I had wanted to hike there for years, so that I could paint the snow’s reflections, and finally made the trip last summer.
This piece was created over the course of two weeks in September of 2015. It was painted using oil on canvas. The lines were created by scratching into the surface with an Xacto knife. This piece is still available at G. Gibson Gallery in Seattle, Washington." - Mary Iverson
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
paintings portray the clash between globalization and the environment, offering visions of container ships as they collide with national parks in surreal, post apocalyptic scenarios. Her interest in the shipping industry began with observations at the Port of Seattle. Initially, she was drawn to the beauty of the port, but as she began learning more about the growth of the industry, with its enormous trade volumes and huge mega-ships, she wondered about ultimate destination for all of this growth. When this thought process clashed with her identity as an environmentalist, it generated her current body of work.
Find more by Mary Iverson at her Website and follow her on Facebook + Instagram @themaryiverson and on Twitter @themaryi