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Mountains Greeting Card featuring the painting Mountain Tamaracks by Frank Wilson

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Mountain Tamaracks Greeting Card

Frank Wilson

by Frank Wilson



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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

Design Details

While hiking down the North face of Mount Madison in New Hampshire's Presidential Range, I came upon this isolated stand of Tamarack trees in their... more

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Comments (8)

Sule Aydos

Sule Aydos

Beautiful colors... and good work. Please comment to my art.😉☺

Sergey Selivanov

Sergey Selivanov

Wonderful work!!

Sven Fischer

Sven Fischer

This is an awesome landscape painting! So beautiful!

Linda Mungerson

Linda Mungerson

Beautiful Frank

Artist's Description

While hiking down the North face of Mount Madison in New Hampshire's Presidential Range, I came upon this isolated stand of Tamarack trees in their blaze of autumn color even though the same species in the valley below had not yet begun to change. The beautiful contrast of complimentary colors in the sky and foliage compelled me to capture the scene in oils when I got back to the studio.

About Frank Wilson

Frank Wilson

Member of the International Guild Of Realism. Inducted into the Grumbacher Artist Hall Of Fame. ARTIST STATEMENT 'My aim is to provide the visual stimulus to reconnect with nature, to renew body, mind and spirit through the imagery that I capture of the natural world with brushes and paint and through my camera lens. I hope that you find an image in my collections that will enhance your life." ABOUT THE ARTIST ~ FRANK WILSON As far back as my memory serves me, I was a creative. My family says I was born with a crayon in my mouth. Drawing, building things, making pictures with crayons were an everyday staple in my early childhood. While hospitalized in the eighth grade for some respiratory problems, an Aunt gave me a...