"Sulphur Mountain Interpretive Boardwalk", 2015

Parks Canada - Banff National Park, AB

17 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.

"Fire Weather"

"Fire Weather"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 15 x 20 inches.

"Caribou"

"Caribou"

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

"National Park Town"

"National Park Town"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 15 x 20 inches.

"Overpass"

"Overpass"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 20 x 15 inches.

"Polar Bear"

"Polar Bear"

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

"Mount Rundle"

"Mount Rundle"

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

"Started Here"

"Started Here"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 15 x 20 inches.

"Swan"

"Swan"

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

"Whitebark Pine"

"Whitebark Pine"

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

"Marmots"

"Marmots"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 7.5 x 20 inches.

"Wilderness"

"Wilderness"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 15 x 20 inches.

"You Have Arrived"

"You Have Arrived"

Watercolour and pencil on archival museum board, 15 x 20 inches.

The 2k trail atop Sulphur Mountain is one of Banff’s busiest locations, hosting 500,000+ visitors every season. Replacing an assortment of signs assembled over decades, a new set of 17 illustrations was commissioned (select samples shown here) to unify the visitor experience and illustrate concepts unseen by the camera.

© 2018 by Doug Driediger.