Monument Valley Sunrise


Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Color photograph

Known by the Navajo as Tse’Bii’Ndzisgaii, straddling the Arizona-Utah state line. Natural forces of wind and water that eroded the land spent the last 50 million years cutting into and peeling away at the surface of the plateau. The simple wearing down of altering layers of soft and hard rock slowly revealed the natural wonders of Monument Valley today. The valley’s vivid red color comes from iron oxide exposed in the weathered siltstone. The buttes are clearly stratified, with three principal layers.

The signed prints are made by the artist with archival pigment ink on museum paper or canvas.

There is approximately a 1” border all the way around the images printed on museum paper, to accommodate the title & signature and room for mat edge. 

Canvas and Framed pieces are available – contact the Artist.

Each piece includes the story and the inspiration behind the image.

All pieces are shipped free within the United States.