New print release - Raglan Range Beyond the Tarn

July 27, 2021

New print release - Raglan Range Beyond the Tarn

I am excited to release the new limited edition print ‘Raglan Ranges Beyond the Tarn’. The painting was painted from a special location within easy reach, yet so seemingly untouched. As soon as lockdown was finished the mountains called, and this sheltered basin is where I ended up. The owners of the original painting who frequently explore the mountains, also visited this basin and walked across the same tussocks.
You can view this print in person at the Red Gallery’s ‘Mountain Exhibition’ opening of the 29th of July. 
The Gallery De Novo in Dunedin & the Parnell Gallery in Auckland also have this print in stock.
Here are the available print options.

Follow the St Arnaud ridge along until you come across a group of tarns nestled in a sheltered basin above Rough Creek. Here there are are expansive views to the east towards the Raglan Range. The Raglan Range forms a barrier of high mountains between the Branch River and the Wairau Valley.



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