Inverted white fire pours down perpetually in America's second highest waterfall, Multnomah Falls. The continual mist thrown off by this fierce majesty bathes the eyes, the skin, and the heart.
Backstory: These falls have intrigued me since I saw a photo of them at age 12. When I was three times that age, we took our kids to see them in Oregon. For a long time when I started a graphite painting, I wasn't sure how I would catch the image. After much work on this piece, I think I succeeded in making these white sheets feel like the actual sheets of cold water drifting down.
These matte, museum-quality posters are printed on durable, archival paper. In order to fit the full image in stock paper sizes, you may see white paper on the sides or at top & bottom of this image.