Phyllis Northup

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Canoes on the Buffalo River


The Buffalo National River was established in 1972 as a unit of the National Park Service, and was the first American River to be designated as such. It's green water flows freely for 135 miles below a spectacular array of limestone cliffs and is one of the few remaining undammed rivers in the lower 48. Deep in the heart of the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas, this is a park and a float trip that will delight you! We were there for two years in the early 80's when the park was fairly new, stationed at Silver Hill. A Visitor Center and campground has since been built close by at Tyler Bend. This is one of a series of paintings "My Backyards", celebrating the beautiful places I have been privileged to call home. Framed to 12 x 16. Limited edition prints are now available! Choose your print unmatted or matted and ready for a standard 12x16 frame of your choosing.
8.00" h x 12.00" w
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