Website: Watercolors and Sketches of Urban Environment in Yellowknife

Urban Design Yellowknife – Few towns are as defined by Open Space as Yellowknife – possibly because of the stark contrast of its modern functional design. Open Space in Yellowknife blends through the urban environment. The open space is made up of a combination of boreal vegetation – black spruce and aspen, the hilly bedrock of the Canadian Shield, and lakes everywhere. Yellowknife sits on the shores of Great Slave Lake, and five major lakes organize the city’s footprint: Frame Lake, Jackfish Lake, Range Lake, Niven Lake and Long Lake.

Visit website and blog for an extensive collection of watercolors and sketches of Shield geography and urban life in Yellowknife.

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