1020-06 "Ceiling Ruin, Grand Gulch", Utah
Dating back to 1200 AD, Ceiling Ruin is in an isolated canyon in Grand Gulch National Monument in Utah. The strata and its color on the ceiling are created from mineral deposits.
Medium: Pigment print on 425-gram watercolor paper with pastel pencil overlay. The print measures 24"x30" and is archival hinge mounted and over-matted on 4 ply museum rag board.
Edition size is 50 with 10 artist proofs.