The Lone Musher is a 6.25 X 11 print illustration done by Rusty Heurlin. This print shows one man and his dog walking up a river bed. The man and the dog both have packs. With the mountains in the background, the print evokes an expansiveness or an awareness of the bigness of the state of Alaska.
The Big Stampede, a story of the Gold Rush as done by Ruben Gaines. For the Alaska 1967 Centennial Project , Rusty Heurlin developed twelve murals. Ruben Gaines researched the subjects of the murals and then compared notes with Rusty. The two men married their info and Ruben then choose which narration to go with each of the murals. The murals and The Big Stampede narration were part of the 1967 Alaska Centennial Exposition in Fairbanks, Alaska.
This set includes 15 illustrated prints by Rusty Heurlin and an LP narrated by Ruben Gains about the Gold Rush.
|Artist||Heurlin, C. R. (Rusty)|
|Dimensions||H-12 W-12 inches|
|Event||Alaska Purchase Centennial, 1967|
|Collection||Valdez Senior Citizens' Center Collection|
Heurlin, C. R. (Rusty)
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Title||The Lone Musher|