Wrangell Narrows Markers No. 1 and No. 2 8.5" X 11"
These are drawings of the first two markers at the south entrance of Wrangell Narrows in Alaska, the remarkable 22-mile channel that connects Frederick Sound to Sumner Strait, running between Mitkof and Kupreanof Islands. The channel is the lifeline that connects Petersburg to the communities and fishing grounds in southern Southeast Alaska, and has about 60 markers along its winding, sometimes treacherous course.
Artist: Tom Crestodina
There will be 500 signed, numbered prints of each of these drawings in this limited edition.