Mount Assiniboine Project

Photography by Joseph Cross and Music by Enya


Mt. Assiniboine Park Enhancement Fund Project:

Joseph Cross is creating a series of four paintings (possibly more) depicting the incredible scenery of British Columbia’s Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park.

The series of paintings will be reproduced in limited edition giclée on canvas for general sale in various sizes.  The majority of the profits from the giclées will be for the benefit of Mount Assiniboine Park and other Kootenay Provincial Parks.

For years hiking and exploring Mt. Assiniboine in it’s various seasons has been a passion of the Crosses.  Undertaking this project is a way to give back to the park what it has so graciously given.  We know Mt. Assiniboine Provincial Park touches the lives of those who venture there.  Helping to enhance the experience of the visitor in this exceptional place brings meaning to our work.

We hope you will enjoy this nine minute slide show of the many faces of Mt. Assiniboine.  Keep checking back for the paintings that Joseph will be creating, or contact us to be put on our e-mail list for updates.

On March 16, 2011, Fisher Peak Art Gallery in Cranbrook hosted the unveiling of the first painting by Joseph Cross in the Mt. Assiniboine series.  It ran on CTV across Canada.  The CTV news clip and the online newspaper article is below.

March 17, 2011


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BC artist giving back to provincial park that inspired him
An artist from southeastern British Columbia is giving back to a provincial park that's inspired him. Cranbrook-based artist Joseph Cross is using his artwork to raise funds for Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park. He is creating a series of at least ...
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To read some Excerpts from the Journal of Sharon Cross:  The Journey - How the Paintings were Made click here.

The second of the limited edition reproduction giclées on canvas  is available for purchase. “Mt. Assiniboine Reflection” is available in two sizes within the series of 499:

41” x 41” costs $1,380.00

24” x 24” costs $800.00

“Sunburst Morning: Sunburst Mountain & Cerulean Lake”

There are three sizes available within the series of 499:

36” x 48” (same size as the original painting)  costs $1,380.00

24” x 32”  costs $890.00

18” x 24” costs $560.00

If you would like to purchase one of these limited edition giclées in support the Park Enhancement Fund contact Sharon Cross (below).  Once shipping costs and taxes have been determined you will receive an invoice through PayPal.  You can then choose to use either pay through your own PayPal account or your credit card.


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Sharon Cross, Studio Manager

Joseph Cross Art Studio

2112 - 5 St. N., Cranbrook, BC  V1C 4Y3  Canada

Phone:  250-489-4412


Check out the BC Parks website for more information on Mt. Assiniboine and many other beautiful Parks  at