Original Painting by Artist Gail Niebrugge
18″ x 24″ acrylic on Sintra panel
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Alaska artist Gail Niebrugge spent a great deal of time in the scenic historic coastal town of Skagway during planning and installation of a Federal Art-in-Architecture per-cent for art commission for the U.S. Customs Building. At that time the Klondike Gold Rush National Park had just begun the enormous job of restoring historic buildings downtown, the Mascot Saloon was the first building completed. During summer tour guides dress in period costumes of the gold rush era, and local citizens exhibit restored vehicles and equipment. Niebrugge pictured a local vehicle and three tour guides in front of the historic saloon in this original acrylic painting, created in the technique of pointillism. “Mascott Saloon” is available as a mini print.