It was time to pull out another summit request for my mountain summit project. Next in line are a few from Arizona that were suggested. I enjoy capturing these summits; though they are the tippy top they all seem to have their own personality.
"Mt. Sneffels" is a mountain in the San Juan Range near the town of Ouray in southwest Colorado. This mountain summit rises to just over 14,150 ft., so is one of Colorado's 14ers as we call them. Mt. Sneffels is named after the iconic peak in the Jules Verne’s novel, Journey to the Center of the Earth. When painting this summit I take care to get the silhouette correct and then add a bit of texture to bring out some of the crags. "Mt. Sneffels" comes ready to frame or can sit on a small easel or just leaned against something on your favorite shelf. The frame suggestion that is my favorite for my 6"x6" paintings is the floater frame. (Frame not included). I get my floater frames from pictureframes.com in the floater frame section. I like these frames as you can see the painting from edge to edge.
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