At approximately 1,100 feet elevation, Amador Hills offer a picturesque view of California's central valley. This scene depicts a typical sunset through a bank of trees indigenous to California's central region. The region is historically famous due to the 1848-1859 gold rush, Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens), and agricultural bounty. Copyright (c) Vanessa Hadady
Archival prints, giclées (say, zhee-clay) are quality ink jet prints made with archival inks on acid free archival paper. Giclée translates from French as "ink jet print."
Named Official Artist of Residence by the year 2012 Stockton is Magnificent Committee
Visual Arts Chair, Year 2013 SIM
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