Neah-Kah-Nie


The Tillamook Indians referred to Neahkahnie Mountain on the northern Oregon coast as “Place of God”. While exploring this section of Oswald West State Park, it’s easy to appreciate why they so revered this special place.

I have my favorite spots to paint on “the mountain” where inspiration comes easily. This location will be familiar too most of you. Simply look toward the Pacific as you drive by on Highway 101 just south of Short Sands Beach.

We are reproducing this oil painting as a giclèe print on canvas.

Purchasing Options:

Neah-Kah-Nie – Print

$175.00$1,000.00

Limited Edition Size is Sold Out

Signed Open Edition- Available

Giclèe Print on Canvas

Framed 13” x 20” $350 – Unframed (stretched) 7 ½” x 15” $175

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Description

The Tillamook Indians referred to Neahkahnie Mountain on the northern Oregon coast as “Place of God”. While exploring this section of Oswald West State Park, it’s easy to appreciate why they so revered this special place.

I have my favorite spots to paint on “the mountain” where inspiration comes easily. This location will be familiar too most of you. Simply look toward the Pacific as you drive by on Highway 101 just south of Short Sands Beach.

 

We are reproducing this oil painting as a giclèe print on canvas

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Edition

Limited Edition – Signed and Numbered, Open Edition – Signed, Mini Print

Frame Option

Unframed, Malabar (Brown), Cascade (Gray), Matted Only, Small Cascade

Liner Option

None, Natural 1”, Natural 1 1/2”, Black 1”, Black 1 1/2”, White 1”, White 1 1/2”

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