Perfektini
Perfektini

Acrylic, 18x36 inches, 2019

Van Dop Gallery

This piece depicts a prospectors hut perched on the top of Keno Hill, Yukon Territory. Built in the 1920's, this is among the oldest building remaining at the original minesite. While spectacular, the camp is extremely isolated, conditions were very tough, and the silver ore was transported out by dogsled.

South McQuesten Valley
South McQuesten Valley

Acrylic, 40x30 inches, 2018

Contango Strategies Limited

This depicts the spectacular view looking west along the South McQuesten Valley towards Mt Haldane on the horizon. The South McQuesten River runs through the valley north of Keno Hill, Yukon Territory.

Hector Mine
Hector Mine

Acrylic, 30x40 inches, 2017

Alexco Resources, Corp.

This depicts an adit from the historic Hector-Calumet Mine, the largest deposit within the Keno Hill Silver Camp, one of the richest Ag-Pb-Zn vein deposits ever mined & one of the mainstays of the Yukon economy from the 1920's.

Keno Mine Car
Keno Mine Car

Acrylic, 30x40 inches, 2017

Alexco Resources, Corp.

This depicts an old mine car in the 700 Mine area, which was worked until 1978 outside Keno City, Yukon. This car is a real well-known landmark in Keno, and a common subject for photos.

Below Hector
Below Hector

Acrylic, 30x40 inches, 2018

Alexco Resources, Corp.

The Keno Hill mining district is set in a truly grand landscape. This piece depicts the view from below the Hector mine adit beside aerial tramway & tailings pile looking across the spectacular McQuesten Valley.

Husky Mine Cars
Husky Mine Cars

Acrylic, 24x48 inches, 2018

Alexco Resources, Corp.

This depicts a series of old mine cars in the Husky SW Mine area on the edge of the McQuesten flats, one of the last mines to be worked across the Keno Hill district in Yukon, closing in the late 80s.

Husky SW
Husky SW

Acrylic, 48x24 inches, 2018

Alexco Resources, Corp.

Husky & Husky SW were amongst the youngest mines in the Keno Hill District, discovered by overburden drilling in the 60s, and operating the 70s & 80s. The headframes are still in pretty good condition, and provide a remarkable window into the mining heritage of the district.

Ruby Loadout
Ruby Loadout

Acrylic, 30x40 inches, 2018

Alexco Resources, Corp.

Loadouts are a common feature in mining operations & this example is from the Ruby mine in Keno Hill, Yukon Territory. . Log-built examples are very rare these days, and are a prominent part of the built environment around Keno.

Perfektini
South McQuesten Valley
Hector Mine
Keno Mine Car
Below Hector
Husky Mine Cars
Husky SW
Ruby Loadout
Perfektini

Acrylic, 18x36 inches, 2019

Van Dop Gallery

This piece depicts a prospectors hut perched on the top of Keno Hill, Yukon Territory. Built in the 1920's, this is among the oldest building remaining at the original minesite. While spectacular, the camp is extremely isolated, conditions were very tough, and the silver ore was transported out by dogsled.

South McQuesten Valley

Acrylic, 40x30 inches, 2018

Contango Strategies Limited

This depicts the spectacular view looking west along the South McQuesten Valley towards Mt Haldane on the horizon. The South McQuesten River runs through the valley north of Keno Hill, Yukon Territory.

Hector Mine

Acrylic, 30x40 inches, 2017

Alexco Resources, Corp.

This depicts an adit from the historic Hector-Calumet Mine, the largest deposit within the Keno Hill Silver Camp, one of the richest Ag-Pb-Zn vein deposits ever mined & one of the mainstays of the Yukon economy from the 1920's.

Keno Mine Car

Acrylic, 30x40 inches, 2017

Alexco Resources, Corp.

This depicts an old mine car in the 700 Mine area, which was worked until 1978 outside Keno City, Yukon. This car is a real well-known landmark in Keno, and a common subject for photos.

Below Hector

Acrylic, 30x40 inches, 2018

Alexco Resources, Corp.

The Keno Hill mining district is set in a truly grand landscape. This piece depicts the view from below the Hector mine adit beside aerial tramway & tailings pile looking across the spectacular McQuesten Valley.

Husky Mine Cars

Acrylic, 24x48 inches, 2018

Alexco Resources, Corp.

This depicts a series of old mine cars in the Husky SW Mine area on the edge of the McQuesten flats, one of the last mines to be worked across the Keno Hill district in Yukon, closing in the late 80s.

Husky SW

Acrylic, 48x24 inches, 2018

Alexco Resources, Corp.

Husky & Husky SW were amongst the youngest mines in the Keno Hill District, discovered by overburden drilling in the 60s, and operating the 70s & 80s. The headframes are still in pretty good condition, and provide a remarkable window into the mining heritage of the district.

Ruby Loadout

Acrylic, 30x40 inches, 2018

Alexco Resources, Corp.

Loadouts are a common feature in mining operations & this example is from the Ruby mine in Keno Hill, Yukon Territory. . Log-built examples are very rare these days, and are a prominent part of the built environment around Keno.

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