Guelph Covered Bridge by Alex Krajewski
Limited edition Giclee print signed & numbered by the artist.
Edition size: 150 prints and 15 Artist Proofs
Guelph’s Lattice Covered Bridge was built in June 1992 near the junction of the Speed and Eramosa Rivers by 400 timber-framers based on an original design from the 1800s. The timber farmers were gathered in Guelph for a Guild's 5 day convention.
It serves as a bridge for a foot/bicycle path along the river, a 20-Kilometre (12.5-mile) network of six trails that meander along river greenspaces and run through the city of Guelph’s parklands, schools, and open spaces.