"Grand Tetons" are a range of mountains found in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. This range consists of a few mountain peaks, but as this is a summit project I zoomed in on the two most prominent peaks. The highest peak/summit is Grand Teton which rises to about 13,770 feet. To the left is Middle Teton, rising to 12,804 feet. The space between these two is called the lower saddle and off to the right you can see a bit of Mount Owen at 12,928 feet. "Grand Tetons" is oil on 6"x6" panel and comes ready to frame (the suggestion frame you see here is not included, but shows you how fun they look framed. This is a floater frame you can find at pictureframes.com) or sit on an easel.
"Grand Tetons" was actually the summit that my friend Jackie Johnson requested to see for my mountain summits project...HOWEVER, life has been so busy, I latched on to a different peak when I was doing my research and just painted it instead, NOT EVEN NOTICING it wasn't the Tetons like we know them! WOW! I decided to add it to the collection anyway because it was named after an artist and I kind of was attracted to it in the first place, so HERE is "Mt. Moran"
"Mt. Moran" is a mountain in Grand Teton National Park of western Wyoming that rises some 12,605 feet. This mountain was named for Thomas Moran, an American western frontier landscape artist. Mount Moran dominates the northern section of the Teton Range rising 6,000 feet above Jackson Lake."Mt. Moran" is painted in oil on panel and comes ready to frame as shown in a frame suggestion (a floater frame I get from pictureframes.com) or can sit on a shelf or easel.