This landscapes Hän name Ddhäl Ch'èl Cha Nän means "ragged mountain land." The park is a legacy of the Trʼondëk Hwëchʼin and is located on traditional territory, rich with First Nation Culture.
This area is a popular destination for the outdoor enjoyment of nature and it is a supply and travel passageway to Inuvik, Northwest Territories, through the Dempster Highway.
The Tombstone Territorial Park is 2,200 square kilometres of protected, unique wilderness, permafrost and an abundance of wildlife. Try the coordinates 64.5233003 X -138.2455372 where the artist stood to create this, in Google earth or in person!
This kit contains everything that you need to create an 8 x 12 inch acrylic painting. This is perfect for tourists who have had an experience in the Yukon and want to make memories with painting this iconic scene. Easy enough to follow step by step instructions. No experience needed so it is easy for anybody that wants to explore acrylic painting. Recommended for ages 7 and up.
The package is a sturdy carry bag with a zipper, just in case you want to go right to the location this summer or take it camping. I have tested it and love the paint set it comes with. There are two extra mini canvases, painting paper and a colour wheel booklet. The basic acrylic 10 colour set contains bright , non toxic, washable paint. A brush, pencil, sharpener and eraser is all included. My lesson includes tracing and colouring guides, carbon transfer paper, 9 x 12 canvas, and step by step guide if you need.
Each art kit is designed and assembled in The Yukon by Emma Barr.