Materials & Dimensions: Woodcut on Mulberry; 12”x17”
In our watery world of Lake Superior, it is hard to imagine that water is such a precious commodity elsewhere in the world. Water, water everywhere, but nary a drop to drink is the reality for many. This woodcut print speaks of the ever increasing burden that we have placed upon our water resources through unmitigated waste and pollution, specifically here in America where western cattle ranching and farming plus the ever-increasing populations of the southwest that are placing high demands on water resources that are quickly moving towards the point of exhaustion. The small figures alongside the left and right margins of the woodcut are Anasazi (Ancestral Puebloans) ancient petroglyph images of Arizona and New Mexico.
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