Kim loves nature and wildlife and those passions inspire and inform all the art she creates. Her art revolves around personal experience, from walks in the woods near her home town to backpacking trips around the country.
You will receive one high quality fine art print created from a watercolor painting by Kim Everhard. Kim prints the artwork on archival cotton paper in her Ohio studio, and enjoys spending the time on each individual print.
All of the prints are hand crafted and shipped by Kim from her home studio. This means you are purchasing your print from the artist, which cuts out on middleman costs, allowing us to pass those savings along to you.
What You Get
Each print is made to order with long-lasting archival grade materials. This means that when properly framed, the colors will stay strong and vibrant as you enjoy them through the years.
We make our prints in standard frame sizes, and each print has a half inch boarder for framing.
Colors are matched to the original artwork using the giclée method of printing. This technique uses archival ink on cotton paper to create a fine art reproduction of the original art.
In the lower border of the print you will find the artist's signature and the title of the artwork.
With each order you will receive a Note About the Art that tells about the story behind the art you are receiving.
How it gets to you
Your order will ship via USPS. Sizes 5 x 7, 8 x 10 and 11x14 prints get packaged in a clear plastic sleeve and shipped in a flat rigid mailer. Size 12 x 16 or larger prints will be rolled and shipped in a tube mailer.
All prints are made to order, so please allow allow 1-3 business days for processing time.
The Artist's Inspiration
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.