"Acknowledged by the Sunset at Horsethief" Giclee Print

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"Acknowledged by the Sunset at Horsethief" Giclee Print

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"Acknowledged by the Sunset at Horse Thief" giclee print is a high quality digital reproduction of an original painting from my exhibition, “Transcendence by Observation,” which showed at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art in the spring of 2019. The media of the original work is watercolor and gouache.

Printed with Epson UltraChrome K3 ink (high density pigment ink), on acid-free 100% cotton rag Epson Velvet Fine Art Paper. Limited to an edition of 100 and sent with a certificate of authenticity. Each print is signed and numbered.

 

Available in three sizes:

  • 8.5”x11” — printed image is approximately 8.125” x 10.75”

  • 13"x19" — printed image is approximately 12.75” x 16.75”

  • 17"x22" — printed image is approximately 16.5"x21.75"

 

Will be ready to ship or pick-up in Salt Lake City, UT within 1 week.**

**If you live in Salt Lake City and would like to arrange a local pick-up enter discount code "I'MLOCAL" at checkout to waive the shipping & handling fee.

Context for Acknowledged by the Sunset at Horsethief:


Remember when you went to Arches National Park last summer? You went for research. Mom came with you. It was so hot, you both slept on top of sleeping bags and drank instant coffee cold. And you both liked it. Maybe because you put lots of cream in. Maybe because you were too distracted by beauty to be able to dislike anything.
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The research was for illustrations for Ken Sanders Rare Books and Back of Beyond Books. It was the 50th anniversary of the publication of Desert Solitaire. Edward Abbey could understand the sublime. Maybe the two of you would relate more than you think. Maybe not.

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While in the Moab area, you found a portal:
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You walked away from camp to be able to paint, read and finish your dinner alone.
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And then: sunset.
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SUNSET at Horsethief.
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You stepped into it.
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Into the sunset.
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A participant.
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You felt acknowledged. You felt blessed. You feel silly saying it: the sunset lit you on fire. You lit yourself on fire.
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You were with it.
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You are with it.
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Remember: there was also a rainbow.

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