Julie Lubick

Kalispell, MT

Ghosts of Big Mountain

Hidden Lake Sunset

Beargrass Abound

Middle Fork of the Flathead

Glacier Lilies

Sunset at Swiftcurrent Falls

Milky Way Above the Roosevelt Arch

Saint Mary’s Falls

Avalanche Lake

The Highline Trail

Wayfarers’ Wind

Wildflowers & Lower Grinnell Lake

Big Bend

Sunburst Over the Great Fountain Geyser

Swiftcurrent Falls and the Setting Sun

Saturday Night Lights

Summer Sunset at Swiftcurrent Lake

Apgar Boat Dock

North Shore Willow

Beargrass in Black and White

Moulton Barn at Sunrise

Sunrise in the Ghost Forest

Low Fog

Lake McDonald Rocks

Kids Play

Early Spring at Avalanche Gorge

Grizzly Overlook at Sunset

Bearhat Mountain in Black & White

February Frost

Photographic Print Options

All prints are all limited editions that are hand signed and numbered and are available printed on either metallic paper or aluminum.

About Metallic Paper Prints:

Metallic paper features a glossy finish and metallic appearance that creates images with exceptional visual interest and depth.  Metallic paper prints are mounted on rigid backing and matted with archival matting in a classic warm white color and shrink wrapped for protection.  Matted prints must be framed and protected under glass or acrylic for proper display.  They can be custom framed with an almost unlimited variety of framing moulding of your choosing for a truly unique display.

About Aluminum Prints:

Aluminum prints represent a new medium for preserving and displaying photographs by infusing dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. Because the image is infused into the surface and not on it, the images take on an almost magical luminescence. The ultra-hard scratch-resistant surface is waterproof/weatherproof and can be cleaned easily.  They come ready to hang with float mount hangers attached to the back of the print and float the print ½” off the wall when hung.  They can also be framed for a more classic, traditional look.

Fiery Farmland Sunset

About Julie

Julie Lubick, born and raised in Montana, has been photographing the natural world for the past 20 years. Fascinated with wildlife and nature, she has a deep-rooted connection to nature and loves to capture the beauty of the wilderness in photographs.

She’s primarily a self-taught photographer but does have a formal education in photography from the Rocky Mountain School of Photography in Missoula, Montana, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Zoology from the University of Montana. Julie currently lives and works in the beautiful Flathead Valley and when not shooting prefers to spend her time hiking, paddling and exploring the backcountry of Montana and the western U.S.

She is honored to be represented by Frame of Reference Fine Art.