Mt. Chamberlin
 

Mt. Chamberlin
Colored pencil on paper
22 x 10 in

A "telephoto" view of Mt. Chamberlin, the highest mountain in the Arctic Refuge at just over 9000 feet. Drawn between 2 and 5 am in early July 1990. This view looks south from what might be called the Grand Central Station of the Refuge, a valley of the Hulahula River east of Kikiktat Mountain, widely used as a refueling point for aircraft and a staging area for raft trips on the Hulahula.

 

Image © 1990 by Dixon J. Jones


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