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Now that fall is here, Instagram or Facebook feeds are full of fall color images. Think how nice it would be to have some of those images at home. The air is colder, days are shorter and curling up on the couch with a cup of hot chocolate sure seems nice. You put out orange colored accents around the house as Halloween gets closer and notice how warm it feels. Then you look at more fall color images on IG or Facebook and think about buying some Limited Edition Fine Art fall color prints from one of these amazing galleries.

Aspen trees standing tall guarding the red bushes on the Wenatchee River near Leavenworth, Washington.
Fill your home Gallery with warm fall colors. Yellow Guardians. Limited Edition of 100 prints available.


Colors in a limited edition fine art image can invoke a feeling subconsciencly. Fall color images are usually red, yellow, and orange. All the warm colors in the color wheel. Although the colors happen at a cold time of year, the feeling one gets is a sense of warmth. Now let’s examine each color individually.


Red can mean any things. Although some think of red as “angry”, most people think of energy, passion, desire, strength, to name a few. When you walk into a room and see a limited edition fine art print with a lot of red, it immediately catches your eye. Suddenly, there is an increase in energy, more focus, an increase in confidence. You feel more alive. However, be careful with red, a little goes a long way. Too much red and it becomes overbearing and could lead to an increase in blood pressure. You want to purchase a limited edition fine art print for warmth and calm, so make sure it doesn’t have too much red.

Fall color and a reflecting pool in the Tumwater Canyon near Leavenworth, Washington.
The calming affect of fall color. Canyon Colors. Limited Edition of 100 prints available.


When I think about yellow, I think of the sun. The warm, yellow light emitted by the sun brings joy and happiness. What else does the color yellow symbolize. Well, how about improved analytical thinking, happiness, cheerfulness, and possibly leads to problem solving. Problem solving is much easier when you’re warm and happy. Aside from the feeling one gets around yellow, the brain will release more serotonin. Serotonin is the key hormone to feelings of wellbeing and happiness. Purchasing limited edition fine art prints with fall color, the yellows are abundant and bring a sense of warmth to any home gallery.

sunshine mountain at sunset from Ophir Colorado.
Fill your home with Colorado Fall Color. Sunshine Mountain Sunset. Limited Edition of 100 prints available.


Last but certainly not least is the color orange. The best part about orange is it combines red and yellow. Orange invokes enthusiasm, success, encouragement, and creativity. Everything that makes your day start in a great mood wanting to take on the world. Orange is a very attention grabbing color. That is the reason road construction signs and workers are in orange. What orange does is combine the energy of red with the happiness of yellow. I could almost consider it a perfect color for limited edition fine art prints hanging on your wall.

fall color in the Wallowa Mountains and eagle cap wilderness.

Walking up the trail to Horseshoe Lake in the Wallowa Mountains, we came across this amazing fall color scene. I couldn't walk past without taking a photo. All the fall colors in this one intimate scene had to be captured. The Wallowa Mountains are a small range in eastern Oregon that not many people know about. All of our time was spent in the Eagle Cap Wilderness and the lakes basin hiking to the many lakes and the top of Eagle Cap Peak. Eagle Cap Peak sits at 9572 feet with a trail that goes right to the top. Limited Edition of 100 prints available.


The point of this post is to make you purchase fall color, fine art prints. Is it working? Did you buy a limited edition fine art print? There are many to choose from in this gallery. Most people I know have art on their walls that are sunsets, mountains, lakes, or flowers but never fall color. Fall color is almost my favorite season except that it only lasts a couple of weeks, so it’s not really a season. I get out as much as possible over those few weeks to get the shots and hope the weather cooperates. Just think about having a limited edition fine art print on your wall that makes you feel happy, powerful, energized, and ready to take on the world. If you have questions about my Limited Edition Fine Art fall color images, please use my Contact Page and I will be happy to answer questions.

japanese maple in fall color at Kubota garden

While photographing thIs Japanese Maple tree in Kubota Gardens, a small rabbit hopped into the scene, waited while the photos were taken, then moved on. The rabbit is in the lower right corner. The fall color of the Japanese Maple trees turns a vibrant red and orange for a couple weeks a year. Limited edition of 100 prints available.