Wolf Creek Falls Pool, Umpqua National Forest, Southern Oregon. Contemporary Oregon Painting.
After one of the most beautiful hikes I’ve been on in Southern Oregon, we made it to Wolf Creek Falls. We hiked right down to the bottom of the falls, and were able to easily climb amongst the rocks.
The still parts of the pool reflect the beautiful sun and the tops of the trees, while we sit down below in the hollow in the shade. The blue tint to this painting is to emphasize the cool and misty feeling one gets while sitting at the bottom of a waterfall. There were even some old white logs that float around, trees that fell from above, long, long ago.
This truly a beautiful trail with an awesome waterfall reward at the end. And an easy trail, that our daughters managed just fine.
This painting has been varnished, including the wood sides of the cradle. This will help keep the wood looking clean. The wood sides are not painted or stained. The varnish has a matte-finish so there will be little glare even if hung in a bright spot, or under direct light. The painting is lightweight and is easily hung up on even the smallest nail or screw.