14.00"x11.00" pen and ink/watercolor, unframed


Description of Glory in Colorado – 11 x 14 Giclee

This drawing captures the very beautiful Crystal Mill in Crystal Colorado. It was built in 1892 and served as a power plant for the Sleep Mountain Tunnel. It originally housed a horizontal water wheel and generated the compressed air needed for nearby silver miners.

This drawing was a divestiture in that the flag was not part of my original photograph. I just felt like it needed one. This was also the first time I ever used color on an original.

The drawing took 68 hours to complete and is available as an original and small or large giclee reproduction.