To honor the beauty of the Cascadian bioregion, Cascadia Artpost has created the first three artistamps in a new series called "Cascadian Landscapes."
The first artistamp shows a view of Mount Rainier, the highest volcanic peak of the Cascade mountain range at 14,410 feet above sea level. This image is an original drawing based on a photograph posted on the current U.S. National Park Service website.
The second artistamp features a view of Budd Inlet and the Port of Olympia, Washington, with an abandoned railroad causeway in the foreground. This view is looking northeastward from Olympia's Fourth Avenue Bridge. The image is a drawing based on an original photo taken in 2013.
Olympia's Capitol Lake provides the image on the third artistamp. The image was created from a posterized photo taken at sunset and looking southward toward the state capitol building and the mouth of the Deschutes River, which flows into Capitol Lake, which in turn flows into Budd Inlet.