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Boundary Waters – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

Our design captures the pristine beauty of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of the Superior National Forest. With an iconic loon in the foreground, the vintage design brings memories of your canoe adventures in Minnesota’s “Up North”. Commemorate your trip from Ely, Grand Marais or your hike along the Gun Flint Trail. Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Boundary Waters, Minnesota – 15oz. Ceramic Mug

$18.00 Each

Our design captures the pristine beauty of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of the Superior National Forest. With an iconic loon in the foreground, the vintage design brings memories of your canoe and hiking adventures in Minnesota’s “Up North”. Commemorate your trip from Ely or Grand Marais to the Gun Flint Trail and Lake Superior.

Boundary Waters, Minnesota – Poster

$30.00$220.00 Each

Our poster art design captures the pristine beauty of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of the Superior National Forest. With an iconic loon in the foreground, the vintage design brings memories of your canoe and hiking adventures in Minnesota’s “Up North”. Commemorate your trip from Ely or Grand Marais to the Gun Flint Trail and Lake Superior.

Mt. Rainier, Washington Poster

$30.00$220.00 Each

We chose Washington state’s highest peak as the premier poster design in our “Northwest State” Collection. Mount Rainier looms high above the Seattle and Tacoma cityscapes, towering 14, 410 ft above sea level. A climb to its summit is not for the faint of heart, but offer glacier views, wildflower meadows, pristine forests, and the rush of reward in climbing an active volcano. Mount Rainier is a featured prominence of the Cascade range and is located centrally in Mount Rainier National Park.

Rio Grande Gorge – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

The Rio Grande del Norte river originates in southern Colorado and weaves its way through New Mexico and on into Texas, creating part of our country’s natural border with Mexico. The gorge changes its color and character throughout the day as the river descends 1,885 miles to the Gulf of Mexico, with stunning vistas all along the way. One of our favorite views can be seen north of Taos, New Mexico, where high and low geographical points abound. From the majestic Wheeler Peak to the east, rising from the river at 13,159 feet to the depth of the gorge 800 feet below the valley floor, hikers, bikers, and travelers can enjoy the beauty that New Mexico brings. Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

 

Rio Grande Gorge, New Mexico – 15oz. Ceramic Mug

$18.00 Each

The Rio Grande del Norte river originates in southern Colorado and weaves its way through New Mexico and on into Texas, creating part of our country’s natural border with Mexico. The gorge changes its color and character throughout the day as the river descends 1,885 miles to the Gulf of Mexico, with stunning vistas all along the way. One of our favorite views can be seen north of Taos, New Mexico, where high and low geographical points abound. From the majestic Wheeler Peak to the east, rising from the river at 13,159 feet to the depth of the gorge 800 feet below the valley floor, hikers, bikers, and travelers can enjoy the beauty that New Mexico brings. Each mug has high quality glaze, with the same vibrant colors seen in our poster collection, and arrives ready for display.

Rio Grande Gorge, New Mexico – Poster

$30.00$220.00 Each

The Rio Grande del Norte river originates in southern Colorado and weaves its way through New Mexico and on into Texas, creating part of our country’s natural border with Mexico. The gorge it creates changes color and character throughout the day as the river descends 1,885 miles to the Gulf of Mexico, with stunning vistas all along the way. One of our favorite views of the gorge can be seen north of Taos, New Mexico, where high and low geographical points abound. From the majestic Wheeler Peak to the east, rising from the river at 13,159 feet to the depth of the gorge 800 feet below the valley floor, hikers, bikers, and travelers can enjoy the beauty that New Mexico brings.

San Juan Islands, Washington Poster

$30.00$220.00 Each

The best way to experience the many facets of the San Juan Islands is by ferry, water taxi, or paddling a sea kayak. Our original design recalls our “welcome aboard” view of the ferry from which we explored all the area has to offer. From Orca whale watching excursions set sail from Friday Harbor to sea kayaking at Spencer Spit State Park on Lopez Island there is something for everyone. Enjoy Orcas, Lopez, San Juan Island, or all three, with Lime Kiln and Moran State Parks offer hiking, biking, and a rural, relaxing stay in Washington state’s gem of an archipelago nestled between Vancouver and Seattle.

Taos, New Mexico Poster

$30.00$220.00 Each

Part of our New Mexico Series, our design captures the unique architectural style of the Taos Pueblo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and National Historic Landmark. Located at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of the Rocky Mountains, the pueblo is one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities of the U.S. The cultural area of the town of Taos has been home to many cultures from Spanish explorers to artists inspired by the beauty and light of the surrounding natural environment. Taos is a “must see” on your travels round the Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway of New Mexico. Whether you hike, drive, ski, or walk the galleries and restaurants of the area, your travels to Taos will be remembered.

West Quoddy Head Lighthouse, Maine – Poster

$30.00$220.00 Each

Part of our Head/Lighthouse Collection, West Quoddy stands out tall and bright on the easternmost point of the continental U.S. Its Visitor’s Center and Museum welcome travelers from near and far. Our unique design captures a night view of the “candy striped” red and white tower which has boldly warned oncoming ships of the impending rocky cliffs near Lubec, Maine since the time of Thomas Jefferson. For lighthouse buffs, this is a uniquely New England site to be seen and remembered.