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Avatar movie sculpture, on location at China's Zhangjiajie National Park
drone photo shot of the rock mountain tourist lift to the peak, at China's Zhangjiajie National Park
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Avatar's Mythical Mountains In China [60h x 96w] - Limited Edition Series Print - Limited Edition of 50


Avatar's Mythical Mountains In China [60h x 96w] - Limited Edition Series Print - Limited Edition of 50 Photograph

Paula Letherblaire

United States

Photography, Color on Paper

Size: 96 W x 60 H x 1 D in

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This digitally manipulated drone photographic print of the famous Avatar movie location, titled the AVATAR'S MYTHICAL MOUNTAINS IN CHINA [60h x 96w], is the oversized limited edition print of the mythical world unique to China's Zhangjiajie National Park (aka the Hallelujah-Mountains). The added photography shown here, shows the scale and majesty of this mystical mountain range that is unique to inland China for their equally famous glass bridges that lace several mounting peaks where the range emerges from a celestial fog that is a signature of ancient Chinese art whose ancient Chinese ink paintings all depict this landscape as China's equivalent to the heavens, on earth. The other photography, as shown, reveal an extremely intimidating gondola network, and rock mountain lifts and several famous glass bridges around the park, that bring only the most adventurous tourists to these mountain peaks. As the wind and heavy fog impose a bone chilling cold that can overtake any mere mortal caught at this altitude, the artist's drone camera and a limited breed of animals and birds--are free to explore the majestic panorama views of the national park from this height. This is a bucket list topper, second only to the volcanic dusted sunsets of Bali Indonesia.

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Photography Print:Color on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:50

Size:96 W x 60 H x 1 D in

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Paula Letherblaire, had several art apprentice internships in Northern California from 1982 through 1998 followed by a long string of art glass course work that led her to San Jose State, Pilchuck, UC Davis, UCLA, before graduating as a formal art studio major from California State University Sacramento. In 2001 Paula Letherblaire, as principle artist, established the art team of specialists that became Letherblaire House in Sacramento, California. The Letherblaire House design teams specialize in commercial collaboration with architectural, exterior and interior designers to provide multiple media artwork and installations including: sculpture (bronze, ceramic, dimensional paper, mosaic art glass and earth sculpture formations including fountains and ponds), the occasional oil on canvas, ink drawings, and the most recent obsession with photography prints. Under the art direction of Paula Letherblaire, the Letherblaire House art team collaborated with numerous international designers, interior designers, architects and landscape designers for resort hotel projects and public space projects in the Western Coastal United States, Hawaii and Bali. Letherblaire House also serves a faithful list of private collectors, and has also participated in several annual group exhibitions sponsored by the Glass Art Society at the Corning Glass Museum in Corning, NY. The demands of collaborative commercial art have long since moved the Letherblaire House away from the art gallery circuit, except for those exhibitions deserving honorable mention that are listed below:

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