Description

The mountain goat, also known as the Rocky Mountain goat, is an even-toed ungulate of the group that includes antelopes, gazelles, and cattle. A subalpine to alpine species, the mountain goat inhabits the Rocky Mountain and Cascade Range and other mountainous regions of the Western Cordillera of North America. Their coats help them to withstand winter temperatures as low as −46 °C and winds of up to 160 kilometres per hour.

There are an estimated 50,000 mountain goats in British Columbia. During the 1900’s numbers declined primarily because of over-hunting but recent hunting restrictions and reintroductions have reversed the trend. Although populations are recovering in the Whistler/Pemberton area they face increasing stress from heli-skiing and snowmobile tours. These motorized activities are putting pressure on the local goat population who flee out of their ideal winter range into substandard habitat.

Rising above Upper Joffre Lake, Slalok Mountain stands at 2653 m above sea level and is home to the beautiful Stonecrop Glacier, which dates back to the last ice age some 20,000 years ago. Rock flour from this glacial erosion in the waters of the Joffre Lakes reflects blue and green light waves turning them a beautiful turquoise color. A disturbing result of recent climate change it is estimated that BC’s 17,000 glaciers are permanently loosing approximately 22 billion cubic meters of water every year.

Cards are $5 each or 5 for 20

  • Printed on high quality card stock
  • Blank inside with envelope included
  • All original prints
  • Made in Canada

Matted Prints are standard sizes in a double white mat $40

  • Giclees printed on archival cotton fine art paper
  • Acid, lignin and chlorine free
  • High quality Epson inks
  • Double mat fits standard frame sizes
  • Made in Canada

Canvas Prints – various sizes and prices

  • Archival cotton canvas Giclee prints stretched over 1.5″ wide wooden stretcher bars
  • Additional coating of museum grade protective UV varnish
  • Basis Weight: 430 gsm, Material: Cotton, Surface Finish: Satin, Thickness: 23 mil
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Edition limited to 150 prints
  • Signed by the artist and embellished with fresh paint
  • Wired and ready to hang
  • Printed in Vancouver, BC to the highest modern printing standards
  • Made in Canada

Additional information

Media

Canvas Print, Matted Print, Card

Size

12" x 16", 18" x 24", 24" x 32", 27" x 36", 30" x 40", 36" x 48", 5" x 7", 8″ x 11″ print in 11″ x 14″ mat

The mountain goat, also known as the Rocky Mountain goat, is an even-toed ungulate of the group that includes antelopes, gazelles, and cattle. A subalpine to alpine species, the mountain goat inhabits the Rocky Mountain and Cascade Range and other mountainous regions of the Western Cordillera of North America.

Rising above Upper Joffre Lake, Slalok Mountain stands at 2653 m above sea level and is home to the beautiful Stonecrop Glacier, which dates back to the last ice age some 20,000 years ago. Rock flour from this glacial erosion in the waters of the Joffre Lakes reflects blue and green light waves turning them a beautiful turquoise color.

Stonecrop – 2018 – 48″x36″ – Acrylic on Canvas – (sold)

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Description

The mountain goat, also known as the Rocky Mountain goat, is an even-toed ungulate of the group that includes antelopes, gazelles, and cattle. A subalpine to alpine species, the mountain goat inhabits the Rocky Mountain and Cascade Range and other mountainous regions of the Western Cordillera of North America. Their coats help them to withstand winter temperatures as low as −46 °C and winds of up to 160 kilometres per hour.

There are an estimated 50,000 mountain goats in British Columbia. During the 1900’s numbers declined primarily because of over-hunting but recent hunting restrictions and reintroductions have reversed the trend. Although populations are recovering in the Whistler/Pemberton area they face increasing stress from heli-skiing and snowmobile tours. These motorized activities are putting pressure on the local goat population who flee out of their ideal winter range into substandard habitat.

Rising above Upper Joffre Lake, Slalok Mountain stands at 2653 m above sea level and is home to the beautiful Stonecrop Glacier, which dates back to the last ice age some 20,000 years ago. Rock flour from this glacial erosion in the waters of the Joffre Lakes reflects blue and green light waves turning them a beautiful turquoise color. A disturbing result of recent climate change it is estimated that BC’s 17,000 glaciers are permanently loosing approximately 22 billion cubic meters of water every year.

Cards are $5 each or 5 for 20

  • Printed on high quality card stock
  • Blank inside with envelope included
  • All original prints
  • Made in Canada

Matted Prints are standard sizes in a double white mat $40

  • Giclees printed on archival cotton fine art paper
  • Acid, lignin and chlorine free
  • High quality Epson inks
  • Double mat fits standard frame sizes
  • Made in Canada

Canvas Prints – various sizes and prices

  • Archival cotton canvas Giclee prints stretched over 1.5″ wide wooden stretcher bars
  • Additional coating of museum grade protective UV varnish
  • Basis Weight: 430 gsm, Material: Cotton, Surface Finish: Satin, Thickness: 23 mil
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Edition limited to 150 prints
  • Signed by the artist and embellished with fresh paint
  • Wired and ready to hang
  • Printed in Vancouver, BC to the highest modern printing standards
  • Made in Canada

Additional information

Media

Canvas Print, Matted Print, Card

Size

12" x 16", 18" x 24", 24" x 32", 27" x 36", 30" x 40", 36" x 48", 5" x 7", 8″ x 11″ print in 11″ x 14″ mat