This print of the features a derelict grain elevator in the Saskatchewan prairie fields. The night sky is filled with a photo the artist took of Gord Downie singing Wheat Kings during the band's 2016 farewell tour. He says: "Thousands of fans sang in unison and swayed to the lyrics with their cellphones alight. It was as is if they were recreating the distant shimmering city lights of Saskatoon from a cold January night. By sheer coincidence an eerie figure stood high in an arena doorway that night, looking on as if David Milgaard (wrongfully convicted for the 1969 murder of Gail Miller) was there to witness one last version of the Hip's power anthem written for him." A must for any Tragically Hip fan!
Measures 11" x 14" (28 x 36 cm).
Made by Manmade Art in Ottawa, Canada.
Framed version comes in a handmade black wooden frame also from Quebec (pictured here). To get it framed - add the 11" x 14" size frame from the handmade frame collection by Le Cadre Urbain to your cart and we'll frame it for you!
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