One fine art print created from a watercolor painting by Kim Everhard, printed on archival cotton paper.This print is theproductof many hours of exploration in nature, plus painting and editing in the studio.Kim produces all her own art prints so you're getting your print directly from the artist!
In the border of the print you will find the artist's signature and the title of the artwork.
With each order you will also receive a framing guide so you don't have to worry about figuring out how it display it on your own.
Each print is made to order in ourNE Ohio studio with archival materials. When properly framed art print colors will stay strong and vibrant as you enjoy themthrough the years.
Each print has at least a half inch border for framing.
Our prints are made in standard sizes so you don't have to worry about getting a custom frame.
Colors are matched best as possible to the original artwork using the Giclée method of printing. This method uses archival ink on cotton paper to create a fine art reproduction of the original art.
How it gets to you
We ship via USPS. 5 x 7 and 8 x 10 size prints are packaged in a clear plastic sleeve and shipped in a flat rigid mailer. Sizes 9 x 12, 11 x 14 and 12 x 16 prints are rolled and shipped in a tube mailer.
All prints are made to order, just allow allow 1-3 business days for processing time.
About this design
Here's a little backstory on this painting. My husband and I and two of our friends decided to backpack part of the Colorado Trail in the summer of 2020. We ended up hiking 43 miles of the trail. It was a great and challenging adventure. After the backpacking escapade we had some more fun exploring other parts of Colorado. We knew that Rocky Mountain National Park was a must-see, but we were still pretty exhausted from the 43 miles on the trail so we mostly drove through the park, taking in the dramatic sights from our car. Chasm Falls caught my eye as we were driving up the mountain with a steep drop-off on the one side. We parked in one of the pull-offs to see it up close. When we walked down to the waterfall (thankfully it was just a few steps) we had an amazing view on either side. One looking up the mountain at the Falls, the other look down the way we had just come, to the valley below.