Products: Squamish Fall Color

Squamish Fall Color



40" W X
20" H X
" D
1 Lbs

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Squamish, on the Sea to Sky Hwy in British Columbia, is known for its natural beauty. The Squamish River originates at the toe of the Pemberton Icefield and is fed by multiple glaciers before it reaches Howe Sound. The fall beauty of the quacking aspen, green mountainsides, snowcapped peaks, and misty morning fog one enjoys while sitting along the bank was captured in this moment.

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This Limited Edition (5 prints) is printed on Metallic Photo Paper, bringing out the vibrant colors of fall, and with a 1" border to help with matting and handling. Each print will by signed, numbered and handled with gloves to ensure a pristine photo for your enjoyment.
Style: Realism
Height: 20"
Width: 40"
Weight: 1 lbs
Framed: No
Glass: No
Ready to Hang: No
Signed: Yes
Location of Signature: Lower right


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Artist Info

Untitled design (37)

Jill Elizabeth “JBeth” has spent over 30 years watching transient moments with her mind’s eye and capturing each with her camera. Having lived in the Pacific Northwest most of her life, Jill is naturally drawn to wildlife, nature, and indigenous culture. Her desire for a strong ecosystem and biodiversity to thrive for future generations motivates her to capture and share her experiences from highly remote areas, oftentimes accessible only by boat and guide. From water to sky, sunrise to well past sunset, Jill’s skill at capturing the fleeting moment is so dramatic that one often feels as if they have been transported to the moment alongside her.

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