ARTWORK .by .James Q. Jacobs

WOODCUT PRINTS

PLEASANT CREEK, UT
HORSETHIEF LAKE PARK, WA
Some of my favorite petroglyphs and pictographs appear on these woodcuts. The background Rain Clan symbol is from a cave entrance in Buckhorn Wash, Utah. The prints are photorealistic representations of actual prehistoric American Indian rock art, selected from many thousands of glyphs. They are carefully traced on the woodblocks to ensure an authentic reproduction of the work of the original prehistoric artist. To ensure quality and long life I use India ink and acid-free paper. The prints are produced on both colored and white papers. Textured Canson paper produces an interesting result.
ASHLEY CREEK, UT
BLUE MOUNTAIN, UT
MOAB, UT
INSCRIPTION POINT, AZ

ROCK ART IS A FRAGILE AND IMPORTANT CULTURAL RESOURCE. YOU CAN HELP PRESERVE ROCK ART FOR FUTURE MILLENIA BY OBSERVING MODERN SITE ETIQUETTE, LOOK BUT DO NOT TOUCH.

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Published Summer Solstice, 1999.