Hoodoos at Drumheller, Alberta
Wood and Stain 9.5" x 9.5" (24.13cm x 24.13cm)
Hoodoos are a phenomenal features in Alberta's badlands. They are actually an eroded sandstone formed by wind and water over 70 million years during cretaceous period. There are approximately 11 hectares of land in Drumheller where Hoodoos are formed. I visit this town quite often for its magnificent drive and sightseeing which inspired me to create this piece.