24" Tall x 36" Wide, Acrylic on Canvas, Sold
The turquoise glacier waters of Garibaldi Lake in British Columbia have a depth exceeding 800 feet. Surrounded by mountains and volcanos on all sides, this hidden subalpine gem is worth its steep hike into the mountains to see. The lake formed from a lava barrier which blocked the valley below and stretched out into a series of outcrops producing the Battleship Islands featured in this painting.
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