Mount Rainier National Park: An Artist's Tour

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  • More than 80 watercolor paintings of Mount Rainier National Park
  • Information on natural history, architecture, geology, and more
  • Author is award-winning nature artist and art teacher
Molly Hashimoto, author and illustrator of Birds of the West and Colors of the West, has created another beautiful look at the natural world in Mount Rainier National Park. When you experience such expansive beauty as is found at Mount Rainier, she says, "you want to tell everyone else about it, and for me, art is how I communicate my passion."

Featuring Hashimoto's watercolor paintings and sketches, this book follows along the national park's main road to offer an "artist's tour." Through evocative anecdotes, natural history, and park history, it explores the major visitor areas, natural wonders, popular landmarks, and park flora and fauna, including everyone's favorite, marmots Her lush palette captures Rainier through the seasons and in all its glorious details, creating a keepsake for visitors and residents alike.

Author: Molly Hashimoto
Binding Type: Hardcover
Publisher: Mountaineers Books
Published: 09/14/2021
Pages: 136
Weight: 0.8lbs
Size: 6.92h x 8.19w x 0.64d
ISBN: 9781680513349

About the Author
Hashimoto, Molly: - Molly Hashimoto is dedicated to connecting people of all ages to nature through hands-on art experiences. She teaches and leads plein air watercolor workshops around the West, including at the North Cascades Institute, Yellowstone Forever Institute, and Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. Molly lives in Seattle, Washington. Visit her online at