Mt. Shasta, Faery Falls: Wapiti Sanctuary
Mt. Shasta, Faery Falls: Wapiti Sanctuary Original Oil Painting by Stefan Baumann
24×18 Oil on Oil Primed Linen Canvas Stretched on Wood Bars
3″ Gold handcrafted frame
Lower Right – Baumann 14 GV Date Completed: 2014
Wapiti Sanctuary, Faery Falls, Stefan Baumann
I was hiking up a trail to Castle Lake near Mount Shasta, CA, when I noticed a crystal clear creek called Ney Springs, heard a faint sound of water rushing and decided to follow the creek. The sound grew louder as I hiked along the banks of the creek that became steeper. Then the creek turned downward and flowed over boulders covered in moss and created a pool of water. I climbed over the boulders, I looked up to see a magnificent waterfall right front of me.
Remote Faery Falls is truly a sacred site. If you are silent, you hear only the sounds of falling water. Being at Faery Falls is like reading a magical children’s storybook that takes you into an imaginary wonderland where you believe that fairies do exist. I walked up to the waterfall and let the surging energy of the water wash over me. I began to feel more vibrant and alive. This has become a place where I go to re-connect with nature. In this painting, the Elk represents me in this location and reflects the inner stillness I feel when I am in the presence of the magical Faery Falls.
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This painting will be displayed in Stefan Baumann’s One Man Show titled: “Reverence: An Artist’s Tribute to Nature” at The Orland Art Center in Orland, CA from September 1 through 27, 2014.