Photographer Greg Ferguson takes us to places most of us can only imagine. Before widespread adaptation of the internet, not much could be found on this Anasazi ruin. He eventually discovered on Utah Federal Lands. At one time about a thousand years ago people lived in stone buildings in this alcove. The probably farmed on the flat area on top of the mesa, and it was a very long walk to obtain water from the river below in the distance. It was no doubt a difficult life, but their view was fantastic.
Using professional-grade printers, and archival and pigmented water-based inks for vivid, accurate colors that stand the test of time. These inks illuminate subtle shades and tones for superior depth and complexity, creating colors, shadows and highlights that reach out and grab you. We present this piece as a 30"H x 40"W x 1.5"D gallery wrapped canvas that comes ready to hang. Other sizes available by request.