Chase Langford

36" x 60"

The Bainbridge painting is all about the lush thick forests, hilly terrain, and the simmering Puget Sound that undulates with the tides.


Bainbridge Island in the cool Puget Sound near Seattle, was formed during the last ice age—13,000 to 15,000 years ago—when the 3,000-foot-thick (910 m) Vashon Glacier scraped out the Puget Sound and Hood Canal basins.

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