Original Pencil drawing issued May 2013
Image size 20" high by 16" wide (500 mm by 400 mm)
This is a low resolution digital photograph of a large format pencil
drawing. It is a view of Tow Hill, east of Masset on the north shore
of Haida Gwaii. This spectacular volcanic feature dominates the
landscape for miles around, and from its summit you can see the
coast of Alaska 50 miles away to the north. It and the twisted lava flows
on the shoreline below form the "anchor" for the sandy Rose Spit that
divides Dixon Entrance from Hecate Strait, two of the wildest ocean
passages on earth. In this photograph the drawing is not yet complete,
shading and highlighting is ongoing.
(Low resolution image illustrated)
The drawing is archivally matted in Crescent 1607 4-ply matte, in an
OPUS metal exhibition frame. The image is drawn in HB pencil on a
20" by 26" sheet of BFK Rives 185gsm paper from France.
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