Road to La Grande, Grande Ronde Valley Art

Prints – Metal, Giclee, and Canvas available
Allow up to 3 weeks for preparation and shipping of larger sizes

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Grande Ronde Valley Wall Art Print Details

Small Paper Print:

  • 5 x 7 inch image size with a white border
  • Giclee print on archival paper
  • Signed and numbered below the image
  • Limited edition of 300
  • Unframed – ready to mat and frame to match your decor

Medium Paper Print:

  • ~12 x 16 inch printed image with white border
  • Giclee print on archival paper
  • Signed and numbered on the lower corner of the printed image
  • Ships rolled in a tube to protect the print
  • Limited edition of 250
  • Unframed – ready to mat and frame to match your decor

Large Paper Print:

  • ~18 x 24 inch printed image with white border
  • Giclee print on archival paper
  • Signed and numbered on the lower corner of the printed image
  • Ships rolled in a tube to protect the print
  • Limited edition of 200
  • Unframed – ready to mat and frame to match your decor

Metal Prints:

  • medium: 12 x 18 inches / large: 20 x 30 inches
  • Ready to display
  • Image goes to the edge of the metal
  • Printed directly on 3mm brushed aluminum panel
  • Print floats 1-3/8” depth from wall
  • Open edition print

Canvas Print:

  • medium: 12 x 18 inches / large: 24 x 30 inches
  • Artist grade canvas print
  • Solid color 1.25” depth sides
  • Ready to hang with finished backing
  • Open edition prints

small paper (5×7″) – $14 | medium paper (~12×16″) – $95 | medium metal – $115 | medium canvas (12×18″) – $95 | large paper (~18×24″) – $225 | large metal (20×30″) – $225 | large canvas (24×30″) – $225

 

This painting is about the vastness of the Grande Ronde Valley, with the wonderful view of valley as you come down one mountain and look across at the valley and other mountains.

My mom lived in this area for a few years, and whenever I visited I loved the drive down off the mountain into the valley. Something about looking down into this furtile farmland, and across to the surrounding mountains was always such a treat for the eyes. Grande Ronde Valley Wall Art. (I think the people living there spell it Grand Ronde Valley, but wikipedia spells it with the “e”. Sorry if I’ve miss spelling it.)

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