Rock Flour, Illecillewaet River, Glacier National Park
Rock Flour is a geological phenomena that occurs when the rocks that are in and around glaciers are eroded. This erosion creates very finely powdered rock (much smaller than sand) that floats in the glacial melt water. In glacial rivers the water often appears milky and powdery grey. Glacial fed rivers take on a unique persona.
|Technique:||Acrylic on Canvas|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||36in x 18in|