My husband and I had planned on being in Russia for three weeks on an invitational plein air painting trip with the Publisher of Plein Air Magazine, Eric Rhoads. Due to the state of affairs and Covid, we canceled. However, since wanting to get some plein air painting in, we decided to go to Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and to the New York Adirondacks for Fall Color.
I have visited here in Keeseville, NY, now twice, on this very trip. The falls are absolutely awesome. Like a small grand canyon but Adirondacks style called AuSable Chasm. This particular view is of Rainbow Falls which is before or the beginning of the Chasm. This stunning series of cascades in the AuSable River is one of the most photographed falls in the Adirondacks. The sixty-foot drop at the head of AuSable Chasm proved difficult to harness. Early mills had to perch on the brink of the river, exposed to ice and high water. Not until 1876 did a factory take full advantage of the plunge the water takes over this rock face. By then, travelers had discovered the thrill of descending a flight of 166 stairs into the gorge to take an exciting boat ride past fantastic rock formations.
The artwork comes pre-wired on the back for hanging, signed on the front and comes with a signed certificate of authenticity from the artist.
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