In 1849 workers constructing a railroad from Rutland to Burlington, VY discovered a mysterious set of bones in Charlotte, VT, over 150 miles from the nearest ocean.
They belonged to a Beluga Whale and had settled into the mud approx. 11,000 years ago. To honor Charlotte I painted this colorful gouache of her cavorting in the ancient "Champlain Sea." The mountain in the background is called Camels Hump.
These archival quality giclee prints, produced on 300 lb, 100% cotton watercolor paper are as vivid as the original gouache painting.
This print comes titled, signed and numbered in pencil and is part of a limited edition of 55
It can also be personalized to someone special upon request.
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