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Map of Monterey Bay to Big Sur

Quail Lane Press


Map of Monterey Bay to Big Sur
Map of Monterey Bay to Big Sur
Map of Monterey Bay to Big Sur
Map of Monterey Bay to Big Sur

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Estimated Arrival
Arrives by 12/23
Apr 07 - Apr 10
This item is final sale and non-returnable.

Product Information

Michelle Murdock
letterpress print on Crane's cotton acid-free paper
12" x 18"
Please note:
This work is unframed.

Why We Love This

Originally named "Bahía de los Pinos" by Spanish explorers after its windswept Monterey pines, Monterey Bay is located just south of San Francisco. Famed for its sublime beauty, the area of coastline from Monterey to Big Sur is home to many species of marine mammals, including sea otters, harbor seals, and bottlenose dolphins. This area is also on the migratory path of gray and humpback whales. This depiction of the region is hand-drawn and printed on an old-fashioned letterpress to look like an authentic artifact. It has been tinted with watercolor by the artist. Please note that this work is unframed.

About Quail Lane Press

The artist Michelle Murdock founded Quail Lane Press to create her magical illustrations and works of art for a larger audience. While she’s always been an illustrator, Murdock earned a masters of science from Yale University before migrating to the West Coast. Quail Lane Press combines her love of art and science. The company operates in Tahoe City in northern California. All of the designs are made using environmentally-friendly techniques.