“Magical Maroon Bells” Giclee Fine Art Print


The print size represents the size of the paper the art is printed on. Each one is a standard frame size, and includes a white border around the artwork so it can be framed without a mat. The size of the actual printed artwork for each paper size are:

9″x9″paper – 7″x7″ art
11″x11″paper – 9″x9″ art
13″x13″paper – 11″x11″ art
17″x17″paper – 14″x14″ art


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Artist Statement

The original art for this print was a 48″x48″ oil painting on canvas, and is my attempt to capture the sacred energy and spectacular beauty that eyes cannot perceive, but is felt in the soul. On the shores of Maroon Lake, you sense the sacredness of this special place, and connect to the spirit and awe of all who have stood there before you. This painting was filling my cup with gratitude and wonder until it overflowed onto the canvas. It is my ecstatic bliss for the gift of existing in the presence of these glorious mountains. Wile creating this piece, I often held in my mind a psychedelic experience when the sunlight reflecting on Maroon Lake appeared to shimmer off the surface and rise into the sky like glittering rainbow prism diamonds.

During autumn, I like to ride my bike to the Bells with a pair of collapsible canvas shoes and a lunch packed. I rack my gear at the base and hike to Crater Lake where I eat and nap in the tall grass with the sunshine on my face. It’s a solitary mission made to honor and express my gratitude for this beautiful place I call home. It’s a way that I nourish my sou. and say thank you for nature’s gifts. So too, is this painting.

About Giclee

Giclee signifies the highest quality print available, and is known for unparalleled detail in reproducing orginal artwork. This piece is printed with pigment inks on a 100% cotton rag, acid-free, lignin-free, fine art paper, which I personally picked for its rich color rendering and toothy texture, to mirror the feeling of the original painting.

This reproduction is archival (museum quality) and will stay true to its original rendering well beyond the point at which other prints may start to fade. To ensure the longevity of this piece, it should be framed behind glass.

Additional information

Print Type



Printed with watercolor pigments on cotton rag