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If you follow the Pacific Coast Trail down the West Coast you will stumble upon one of the most incredible views from one of the coolest locations - Devil's Peak. Up upon Devil's Peak decades ago, was built a fire watch station. Hard to get to, but worth the view. This artwork is based off a view from inside this old fire watch station, where many good-hearted hikers have rested on their journey down the Pacific Coast Trail. It is cared for by the people that use it and stocked with food for
Authentic, signed, gallery-wrapped, ready-to-hang, giclee CANVAS art-reproduction. This gorgeous winter beauty captures the essence of everything winter about the Pacific Northwest, the Cascade Mountains, and the forests of Mt. Hood. As skiers are very used to such wonderful sights, it is a novelty of dreams to see the stately fir trees light by the golden rays of the sunrise. If you are fortunate to live in the Pacific Northwest, you understand that its beauty is truly breathtaking to behold.
Multnomah Falls is a gorgeous dual falls that fly off the high cliffs of the Columbia Gorge. These crystal mountain waters draws 2 million people each year to gaze at their beautiful specter. This gem is a foundational icon of the beloved Columbia Gorge and my own childhood memories. If you are ready for a climb, the trail across the 1915 viewing bridge to the top of the cliff brings you to a breathtaking view.of the Columbia River.
Welcome the dawn! This is what the Mountain and the Columbia River seem to cry as they are bathed in the new light of a beginning day. Mt. Hood blushes and the Columbia River reflects as the dawn comes forth. This artwork was a custom commission for a woman in Chicago, IL, who wanted a piece of her home state of Oregon to carry in her heart.
This reproduction of a commissioned piece brings tranquility and delicacy to any wall it graces. With flares of color intermingled with the deep purples and light pastels, this dragonfly is ful of life! The specially commissioned original (with 3'x2' dimensions) hangs by the living room fireplace in a fine local townhouse.. - - - Karin E. Hoffman
The latest in the Mt. Hood series, "Mt. Hood Serene" represents the serenity that this lovely lady brings to Oregon's section of the Pacific Northwest. Her skirts brush into the edges of the Mt. Hood National Forest as her statuesque figure towers over the many lakes of the region. She is as enchanting as she is chilling. May her peaceful sentry sooth your soul.
These gorgeous bovines represent the Pacific NW's cow and cattle country. Gaze into these lovelies liquid soft eyes and enjoy the massive strength of such fine creatures.
One of the most beautiful mountains in the entire United States, Mt. Hood is one of the most iconic. Here she is with native fir trees, colorful Rhododendrons, and the clear, clean sky of the Pacific NW.
Inspired by a local coffee shop's name, "Cat-fe Coffee" is a huge hit for both cat lovers and coffee lovers alike. His orange face and pink tongue show his excited love for his yummy espresso in his coffee mug. How do cats go out at night? Coffee, hands down.