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Blue Cruise, by Roy Henry Vickers

“We were cruising past the entrance to Gardner Canal which leads to The Kitlope River and Kitlope Lake. This is one of my grandfather’s, Henry Vickers, favorite areas on the coast. The canal is a long cruise into the Kitlope and it is gorgeous. It was one of those summer days when skies are so blue that it seems to dominate the scenery. I thought of the many whales we had observed over a few days of traveling and the great, mythical Thunderbird was nonexistent. No rain or thunder, just a beautiful Blue Cruise.”

Roy Henry Vickers

Medium Serigraph
Year 2018
Dimensions (w-d-h)  83 x 64 x 4,5 cm (incl frame)
Material frame Red cedar, Glass: Anti reflection 92% UV protection
Serial number 76/80
Price € 1.818,- Excl. VAT

€ 2.200,- Incl. VAT

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Roy Henry Vickers (1946) is an accomplished First Nations artist raised at the northwest coast of British Columbia, Canada. Roy is a past president of the Northwest Coast Indians Artist’s Guild. He is currently living in Hazelton, Canada, BC.  Roy was raised in Kitkatla, Hazelton and Victoria. You may say he has returned to his roots. The Village of Hazelton is a small town located at the junction of the Bulkley and Skeena Rivers, nestled at the foot of Stigyooden (Roche de Boule Mountain).

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