Yosemite Falls Pen & Ink Drawing

Calmly plunge into Yosemite Falls via Gregg Visintainer's intricately layered drawing.
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Gregg Visintainer


Gregg Visintainer created by

Gregg Visintainer

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It took obsessive doodler turned self-taught artist Gregg Visintainer 60-80 hours to create this vibrant, inventive portrait of the highest waterfall in North America: Yosemite. At first glance, one sees a view of the iconic falls from the flooded meadow, overlooking Lower and Upper Yosemite Falls. But hidden in the artist's dazzingly intricate, painstakingly drawn lines are pictures and words embodying additional important and beloved elements of Yosemite Park. It can take days to find them all. Follow the winding paper trail and find images including Half Dome, a rock climber, a campfire and tent, a bear, and wolf tracks. Hidden words include North Dome, The Cascades, Ansel Adams, Tioga Pass, and more.

Gregg Visintainer

created by

Gregg Visintainer



Gregg Visintainer is an extreme doodle artist whose unique artwork contains hidden pictures, words, and messages. He started as a 15 year-old self-taught artist. Drawing was his way to pass time in school and express how he felt. At 21, Gregg moved to San Diego. As a way to get through some difficult times, he reconnected with his love of art. Gregg's work is all hand drawn using pen and ink. It takes him an average of 60-80 hours to complete each piece.

Made in the USA
Made from
McCoy Silk Archival Paper
11" H x 17" W
All art on paper should be protected from moisture and from prolonged, direct sunlight.
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