This print taken from an original Watercolor painting, is of the oldest standing building in Idaho. It was constructed in 1853 by the Jesuit Priests and is quite remarkable, as much of it was constructed with found materials. The ceiling is painted using huckleberries as a dye, as are other features uniquely decorated. In doing this painting, I stretched the limits of the watercolor medium. A good exercise in planning and draftsmanship.