Westcoast Rider is a serigraph limited edition print of 150, made in 1998 by Roy Henry Vickers from the Tsimshian Nation. The print is signed, numbered and titled in original by the artist. The print including a border is 30 inches or a little over 76 centimeters wide and 22 inches or close to 56 centimeters high. The image is 25 inches or 63 1/2 centimeters high and 19 inches or close to 48 1/2 centimeters wide.
The following is quoted from Henry Vickers about this Print:
"Motorcycles have been a part of my life since I was seventeen years old. I learned to ride on a Honda and then bought a BSA 250 single. After a number of falls with the Beeser, I heard that there was a new bike out. I went and looked at a 250 Yamaha DT1 and bought it. I then spent hundreds of hours in the bush and on logging roads and power line access roads. I progressed to the point of racing in cross-country events around B.C. The down side of racing is that you are most likely to get hurt, and I did. I then bought a Trials bike just to keep in touch with riding and the wide open spaces that I love so much. I rode the back roads around Tofino with a backpackers' fishing rod for those times when I stopped beside a river or creek. My riding life changed forever in 1995 with my involvement with Trev Deeley Motorcycles and my first ride on a Harley Davidson. I have since had two different bikes and am looking forward to a new one this year which will involve some custom work and eagles. I believe that the motorcycle rider in me is a fulfillment of the horseback rider. A Harley Davidson is easier to keep and look after than a horse and I can still experience the wide country that I love as a Westcoast Rider."
* Colours of artwork may vary slightly to the images on screen.
The print is unframed and the price includes shipping to the USA and Canada.