We were on a hunt in the Muskwa river drainage in northeastern B.C. The hunt was a special one where we flew in a little bush plane and landed on a gravel bar in front of our campsite. A packer with 20 head of horses waited for us there.

One morning we decided to ride up a small creek into an amphitheatre they called the bowl. As we sat there in the morning fog the eerie and haunting sound of a wolf howling drifted across the creek to us. The wolf's howl was a lonely, haunting call. I thought it special to be greeted by this incredible hunter in its natural habitat.
As the fog lifted there was a pale white wolf sitting on the hillside continuing its haunting howl. The wolf eventually detected us and fearlessly moved into the forest.

There are so many memories of hunts in days gone by and that Wolf in The Fog is one that will stay with me.

Edition Date: August 2014
Artist: Roy Henry Vickers
Medium: Lithograph
Image Size: 10 1/2" x 7 1/2"
* Add 2 1/4" to each side of the image to get the matted size.
* Add 2 1/2" to each side of the image for the framed size.