The northern rocky mountains are often called the “Crown of The Continent” This area is home to Glacier National Park and Waterton International Peace Park. The name of this artwork tells you that this picture was taken on the eastern slopes of the continental divide. To the east of this location is the beginning of the high plains and the great western prairie which stretches for hundreds of miles to the east. The mountains pictured here are the front range of the northern Rockies. They rise up thousands of feet from the high plains and foothills and present what would have been an impenetrable barrier to early settlers. This area is known for its extremely high winds and massive amounts of snow, only the hardiest of souls live in this area. In the summer as is pictured here, the area is a natural wonder with abundant and vibrant wildlife.
Depth + Design: Metal box art pieces are unique as they truly are a box. The sides are folded adding three inches of depth, which raises off the wall by 3 inches. Additionally, the design wraps on all sides making it 3-D.
Material: Using aluminum material, these boxes are extremely lightweight and can be hung with one small nail. We also included a crossbar with a notch that is perfectly centered, taking the guesswork out of centering your piece.
Size: Each panel measures 21 in wide x 42 in tall x 3 in deep. We recommend spacing each panel 2 inches apart.
Display: Box Art can be displayed indoors or outdoors as our materials (ink & aluminum) are weather-resistant.
Artist: John Lichtwardt