Photograph, printed on archival acid free, heavy paper. 2022.
Location: Cordova Road, Santa Fe, NM
“The earth is the mother of all people, and all people should have equal rights upon it.” —Chief Joseph
There was something patriotic about this color composition. After climbing a wire fence just off Cordova Road to capture this, I crossed the railroad tracks, and there it was: a marvelous 50-foot mural paying homage to Chief Joseph, the famous Nez Perce war chief of the Columbia River Plateau in the Pacific Northwest region. Chief Joseph was considered one of the shrewdest chiefs in Native American history as well as a wise and powerful wordsmith.
• 24" (60.96cm) height
• 30" (76.2cm) width
• Available in editions of 5