By Laura Russell
Archival pigment print on Mohawk Superfine paper
9 x 12 inches
Edition of 27
Value $50 (unframed)
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About this print:
Saguaro cactus, majestic symbol of the Arizona Sonoran Desert, are endangered by climate change, drought and competing invasive plant species. To the Tohono O'odham people, the Saguaro is an integral part of their culture, regarded with the same respect given to people. This broadside is an excerpt from an artist book of the same title that will be shown in the Reclamation exhibition at the San Francisco Center for the Book this summer.
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