Mural 49 Degree North Ski Lodge

19'w x 2-3'h (47sf) interior mural on a chaulkboard surface. This is an interior wall at a private residence located on the Peone Prairie below Mount Spokane. The owners love the outdoors and their view of the mountain just right out their windows. It was a priviledge to have the time to get to know them. The wanted that image on their wall above the dining room windows. Included with the landscape, it was hoped that I could show all the fun activities they are involved in for all four seasons on the foothills of Mount Spokane.

Starting with spring on the left side with fishing hiking and dog walking along with the higher water flow. Thecentral area shows meadows and mountain ranges in the background in summer and fall with horseback riding, hiking and berry picking. A old church sits at the end of a winding mountain road with an old pickup truck, then winter slopes rise up on the right with sledding, boarding, and skiing in the snowy mountain top. This mural was completed in two weeks.

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