"Cape Flattery Lighthouse" Original Watercolor Painting
16x20" Original Watercolor Painting, "Cape Flattery Lighthouse" is a historic lighthouse located at the entrance to the Strait of Juan de Fuca near Neah Bay on the Olympic Peninsula, within the Makah Indian Reservation. The deactivated lighthouse sits on Tatoosh Island, which is named after Chief Tatooche of the Makah Tribe. It is the northwesternmost lighthouse on the West Coast of the contiguous United States. This painted view is from a fishing vessel right off the island.
This painting is mounted onto a 16x20 birch hardwood cradleboard and inlaid into a natural color, premium hardwood floating frame. The wood is sealed for added protection, so it does not affect the watercolor paper over time. The painting is sealed with a UV protectant and then finished with an archival wax to protect it from various elements. It comes ready to hang.