Puget Sound Map Watercolor Illustration
Puget Sound (or Whulge, the Lushootseed name for the sound)
As the second largest estuary in the United States, the Puget Sound offers complex waterways, peninsulas, islands and lakes. The Sound opens into the greater Salish Sea. There are many sailboats, ferrys and floatplanes traversing these wispy waterways. There was so much I wanted to include in this illustration! I choose to focus on the water, however. I highlighted the cities nearest to the water. Lighthouses and ports are indicated with symbols. Ferry sailing routes and destinations are included.
The first image is the most accurate color representation of the print. On the original, I used waterproof ink and watercolor to create the map. The watermark is not included on the print.
This is a museum-grade archival print on high-quality smooth watercolor paper.
Paper Size - 12x16" or 18x24" (I recommend the largest size, as it's closer to the original painting size and best for spotting details!)