Fort Peck Theatre Fort Peck, Montana Pen and Ink - 2001
On the high Plains of northeast Montana, this landmark building was created in the 1930s during the construction of the nearby hydroelectric Fort Peck dam, at the time the world’s largest earthen dam which subsequently created Fort Peck lake - a massive body of water 382 square miles in size and 134 miles in length.
Fort Peck Theater provided round-the-clock movies and occasional live entertainment for the three shifts of dam workers and their families. For many, it was the warmest place to stay during the long cold windy winters there.
‘The Jewel of the Prairies’ beauty and sound construction have stood the test of time. Showing seasonal, live stage performances, Fort Peck Theater remains a vibrant, vital part of the Fort Peck community and northeast Montana’s culture. (Shading and Tinting available)
Birch or White Linen mat paper print size: 11” x 8.5” Signed/Numbered edition size: 999 - $30 Signed/Numbered Artist’s Proof edition size: 99 - $45
Birch or White Linen mat paper print size: 17” x 11” Signed/Numbered edition size: 999 - $45 Signed/Numbered Artist’s Proof edition size: 99 - $60
Original available: Illustrated on Mylar - paper size: 26” x 20” - $750