Soon after you pass through the West Entrance to Glacier National Park, there is an intersection with a sign that says Lake McDonald. Those simple words belie the incredible vista that awaits once you reach the parking lot for the Lake McDonald Lodge and the south shore of the lake. I have heard people gasp at the incredible beauty that their eyes behold. As a way of changing perspective as John likes to do, here he divides the photograph into three horizontal panels from the rocks at the shore to the cathedral-like mountains at the top of the lake. The play of light and shadow across the stillness of the lake while the stormy clouds that overhang the mountains continue to add their effect to the play of light and shadow. Lovers of Glacier National Park will find this iconic image of their “last best place” a must-have for their family room or man shack.
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 42 in wide x 16 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