Colourful, intricate, and evocative are all descriptors one can use for this most rhythmic portrayal of an actual abandoned mine. Shapes, lines and colours are used to convey a dramatic and compelling sense of loss and abandonment. There it stands, albeit destitute, still proud and still braving the elements. The Pioneer Mine was an actual mine that operated near Bralorne in and around 1934.
Original Framed and Matted — Watercolour on Paper
SIZE: 10 1/4” x 14 1/4”