Arch Rock in Winter #8 by Jennifer Wohletz. Photography on canvas mounted on black styrene. 10" x 15". (For other dimensions and print options (metal, wood or fine art paper), please inquire via email at email@example.com.)
Icicles flow over shoreline rocks below Mackinac Island's Arch Rock, which was formed by receding waters of an ancient lake more than 10,000 years ago. Arch Rock is an iconic hunk of limestone along the shoreline road, MI-185, in the Mackinac Island State Park.
About the Artist:
Jennifer Wohletz believes there's something magical about Mackinac Island that makes her happy when she's there and yearn for it when she's away. The Island summer resident’s images focus on the wonder of nature and often reveal surprising, fresh perspectives when human-made and natural elements merge in Mackinac’s landscapes and gardens. For every print sold, Jennifer makes a donation to support the arts and environment on the Island. Recent art exhibits, books and magazine features include:
Visions of Mackinac Island Contemporary Art Exhibition 2020 & 2018 Third Place Award, Jane & Richard Manoogian Mackinac Island Art Museum
ArtPrize 10 – 2018, Venue Tower Apartments, Grand Rapids
Books & Magazine Features: The Gardens of Mackinac Island, coffee table book; TIMELESS, Inside Mackinac Island’s Historic Cottages, coffee table book; MIMI the Monarch, children’s book; and, BLUE Michigan magazine – Spring 2020, Winter 2019