Painted live at the Buttermilk Mountain Lodge during Challenge Aspen’s annual fundraising event, the Denim & Diamonds Gala, this work depicts the infamous “Buttermilk Mountain Moose”, who, despite earning his notoriety by forcing ski patrol to work quickly to shut down whichever ski run he decides to visit that day, has gained a special place in the hearts of the people of Aspen. Leah began skiing with Challenge Aspen, who offers adaptive skiing at the four mountains of Aspen Skiing Company, after a skiing accident left Leah paralyzed from the neck down in 1999, at the young age of 23. Skiing provides Leah with a sense of freedom, which she hopes to share with other people who are living with disabilities
Printed on sunset textured fine art paper, which has a natural white finish with a coarse, structured watercolor paper surface and high quality matte coating.
Prints come unframed.
- 5" x 7" - $35 (8" x 10" with mat)
- 8" x 10" - $65 (11" x 14" with mat)
- 11" x 14" - $125 (no mat)
- 16" x 20" - $250 (no mat)
- Custom sizes available upon request. Fill out our contact form here.
Painting after paralysis. All artwork is done with Leah Potts' non-dominant hand. Commissions welcome. Contact us here.
Made in Aspen, Colorado.
Pricing does not include shipping. Every piece is flat-packed with care, and ships within 3-5 business days.