Vestiges of Mt. Mazama — Helen Brown


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20 x 31 watercolor batik on rice paper, ready to hang in a 28" x 39" brown wooden frame. "Mt. Mazama is the volcano that erupted and collapsed to form Crater Lake about 7,700 years ago. This is the view of what remains of Mt. Mazama as you drive up the road towards Crater Lake from the north."

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