"Natural and Human History Exhibits", 2017

Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton AB

50 watercolour and pencil illustrations (select samples shown here) reproduced at varied sizes on interpretive panels.

Click on the selected painting for an enlarged view including title and details.

"Summer Pit"

"Summer Pit"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 19 x 30 inches.

"Winter Tipi Camp"

"Winter Tipi Camp"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 20 x 28 inches.

"Lake Minnewanka"

"Lake Minnewanka"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 20 x 30 inches.

"Cook, Boil, Bake"

"Cook, Boil, Bake"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 20 x 23 inches.

"Rock Quarry"

"Rock Quarry"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 20 x 23 inches.

"Northern Shoveler"

"Northern Shoveler"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 5 x 8 inches.

"Killdeer"

"Killdeer"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 5 x 8 inches.

"Common Freckle Pelt"

"Common Freckle Pelt"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 5 x 8 inches.

"Golden Ragged Moss"

"Golden Ragged Moss"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 5 x 8 inches.

"Northern Flying Squirrel"

"Northern Flying Squirrel"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 5 x 8 inches.

"Ermine"

"Ermine"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 5 x 8 inches.

"Bird Blowfly"

"Bird Blowfly"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 5 x 8 inches.

This series includes a total of 50 illustrations (select samples shown here) commissioned for the Royal Alberta Museum in downtown Edmonton. Artwork complements new exhibits developed for the natural and human history wings of the facility to chronicle the history of Alberta’s people and landscapes.

testimonial

"Metro Design Group recently completed two extensive contracts with the Royal Alberta Museum providing illustration work for the new Natural History and Human History suites of galleries.

We worked closely with Creative Director/Illustrator, Doug Driediger, as he produced a wide range of beautiful watercolour illustrations. Projects ranged in scale and complexity from delicate specimen identification panel illustrations and engaging story panel imagery to large mural recreations of Alberta’s First Nations working and living on the land 10,000 years ago. Doug's work is elegant, sophisticated, welcoming and sensitive to museum visitor’s culture connections—something we strive for in telling Alberta’s stories."

Heidi Hoflin / Head, Graphic Design / Royal Alberta Museum

© 2018 by Doug Driediger.