A framed horizontal art print showing rolling hills and an evening sky.
A horizontal landscape painting showing rolling hills and an evening sky.
Close-up of signed fine art prints with detail and texture.

Back Way to Wallowa a Horizontal Art Print

Regular price $30.00


This is a contemporary landscape art print showing the rolling hills of Eastern Oregon. I love how this slightly abstract landscape and I love the warm, calming colors. The road pulls you into the scene.

Fine art prints are a fantastic way to add art to your wall. They are much more affordable than original art and give you the flexibility to choose the size that is right for your space. The colors are vibrant, and the print quality is so good that people often cannot tell whether these are prints or original paintings!

Pairs well with:

Thinking of hanging a couple prints together to make a bigger impact on your wall? Pair this print with its "sister" prints: Back Way to Wallowa 2 and Moon Over Wallowa County. All three prints are from paintings of the same location -- just slightly different views and times of day.


  • This is a signed fine art print of one of my original, acrylic paintings.
  • Prints 11”X14” and smaller have a .25” to .5” white border and are shipped flat.
  • Prints larger than 11”x14” can be ordered with or without a .5” border and are shipped rolled. Please indicate whether you want a border in the notes section at checkout. Please indicate whether you want a border in the notes section at checkout.
  • Your print is custom-made just for you! Please allow five business days for production.

Please note:

The print sizes we offer are not all the same ratio; we have carefully cropped the painting to suit each print size. Your print may be cropped a tiny bit differently than the image you see here.

Due to differences in screen displays, colors may vary slightly. If you have any concerns, please contact me. All sales are final.

Framing is not included.

Additional helpful info:

How to Choose a Frame for Your Art Print

Five Reasons Fine Art Prints are a Smart Decorating Choice