This Mono Lake travel print is a giclee print of an original watercolor painting done by Dave Christian in 2016. It features the iconic Mono Lake, a California State Reserve, located along scenic Route 395. Mono Lake was formed at least 760,000 years ago and because Mono Lake has no outlet to the ocean, it's salt levels are higher than the ocean and very alkaline. Calcium-carbonate formations, better known as "Tufa Towers", are showcased in this print as well as hand drawn lettering.
This print is available online in 11x14 or 16x20. 30x40" canvas print size is available by contacting me in the Contact portion of this website.
Prints meet the industries standard for archival printing using an Epson 3880 Stylus Pro printer, and Epson K3 UltraChrome pigment inks providing superior resistance to water, fading and smudging. Please note the colors on your monitor may differ from the printed art. Prints are printed on a professional archival grade, quality 268 gsm acid free Epson Velvet Fine Art paper and is signed and dated by the artist. (The davechristianart watermark will NOT appear on the print.)
*Please note frame is not included.
*This print is shipped rolled in a tube to ensure safe delivery and ships within 3-5 business days of payment.