NEW HARBOUR 1
Original pen & ink drawing issued 1998
Image size 4" high by 6" wide (100 mm by 150 mm)
This is an image drawn of the changing shoreline along the Vancouver harbour
west of Burrard Street. The C.P. Rail tracks had just been removed from
Cardero Street back to the CPR station at Granville Street, after over 100
years of service, and the land was being prepared for the next "layer" of
development. Another block of high-rises was built here, and then another
block of land was added into the harbour with another row of high
rises on it, and then finally the seawall was added to that.
(Low resolution image illustrated)
It is drawn with Pilot DR pigment ink pens, on Bristol board. The drawing is
matted with acid free 4-ply matteboard and liner, and framed in a 9" x 12"
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