"Sulphur Lake Provincial Recreation Area", 2009

Alberta Parks, AB

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

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"Sulphur Lake Ecosystem"

"Sulphur Lake Ecosystem"

Watercolour, pencil and ink on archival museum board, 4.5 x 10 inches.

"Rainbow Trout"

"Rainbow Trout"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 10 x 8 inches.

AB Sulphur_fishing tackle_

AB Sulphur_fishing tackle_

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 4 x 4 inches.

"Aspen Leaves"

"Aspen Leaves"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 4 x 6 inches.

"Sulphur Lake Boardwalk"

"Sulphur Lake Boardwalk"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 10 x 8 inches.

"Fir Needles"

"Fir Needles"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 4 x 6 inches.

"Mourning Cloak Butterfly"

"Mourning Cloak Butterfly"

Acrylic on archival museum board, 10 x 8 inches.

"Moth"

"Moth"

Acrylic on archival museum board, 10 x 8 inches.

A series of illustrations (select samples shown here) commissioned by Alberta Parks to complete an interpretive trail signage program for Sulphur Lake in Northern Alberta. Known for its excellent fishing, this popular recreation area is aerated and stocked annually by Alberta Environment and Parks with rainbow and brook trout. Due to this focus, it was important that artwork reflect the unique ecosystem of the lake, highlighting visitor opportunities as well as conservation efforts.

© 2018 by Doug Driediger.