Original Drawing by Artist Gail Niebrugge
Pen and ink drawing on Bristol paper 11″ x 15″ unframed
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During Gail Niebrugge’s time as an artist living in rural Alaska she sought out and sketched many historic buildings and equipment. Her very first prints were ink drawings of roadhouses along the Richardson Highway, in Chitina, and McCarthy/Kennicott. There were 12 prints in all, and have been sold out for many, many years. Today a few of the buildings are gone, burned to the ground or collapsed. Niebrugge would like to think that her drawings serve as a record of contemporary history in rural Alaska. Here is another addition to the series, the historic Rose Building in Fairbanks, built in 1925 it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The artist Gail Niebrugge isoffering this unframed ink drawing for sale.