OLD LANE, EAST VANCOUVER
Original pen & ink drawing issued July 2005
Image size 8.5" high by 11.0" wide (215 mm by 280 mm)
This is a view up a lane in the Strathcona District of
Vancouver - one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city. The mix of
different building, roof, and fence styles was intriguing. The power and
telephone poles reminded me of totem poles along a shoreline.
(Low resolution image illustrated)
It is drawn with a Pilot DR pigment ink pen, on architectural trace paper. The
drawing is archivally matted with acid free 4-ply matteboard and liner, and
framed in a 16" x 18" metal exhibition frame.
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