Grand Canyon $350.00 USD
Painted in October 2011 on a late sunny afternoon, this piece holds the clear waters filled with the ancient flow of Deer Creek. The Paiute people hold great respect for this creek. This is the place of their emergence and the narrows are thought of as the place of transition from one world to the next . The small hand prints in the narrows is that of their ancient Puebloan relatives. Deer Creek is located at mile 136 on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park. This was painted in respite during a loop hike known as the Piano. This painting contains dyes from the cochineal of the prickly pear cactus collected just above the Patio. Multimedia watercolor and pastel Giclee on flat canvas. Created with the natural soils and the water of deer creek. Unframed giclee. artist proof.