Original Drawing by Artist Gail Niebrugge
Pen and ink drawing on Bristol paper 11″ x 15″ unframed
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Alaska artist Gail Niebrugge is always on the lookout for historic places and relics, she loves drawing and painting these subjects, and was amazed to discover a treasure trove in a tiny settlement south of the ghost town of Iditarod called Flat. One year while following the Iditarod Dogsled Race in a small ski plane the artist arrived at the Iditarod check point several hours before the leaders were due and decided to fly around the area to see what she could find. Shortly Niebrugge saw several houses boarded up for the winter, and a lot of machinery scattered throughout. It was the remains of an old gold mine in a settlement called Flat. After trudging through deep snow drifts checking out the ancient equipment the artist found this awesome gold dredge. Just her kind of subject, it easily translated to pen and ink. This unframed drawing “Dredge at Flat” is now for sale.