House on Fire  Cliff Granary
House on Fire  Cliff Granary

House on Fire Cliff Granary

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The spirit of the Ancients, permeate in this south west master peace, titled, "House on Fire Cliff Granary", where corn and dreams were stored.

Limited ed prints are signed by the artist  Michael Bedard
Letter of authenticity included

Two sizes available below:

18 x 24 Giclee canvas prints. Limited Ed.(number 50) $216.60 each
11 x 14  Giclee canvas prints. Limited Ed.(number 100) $79.60 each

All Prints Come Rolled with out frame .

The Story

The spirit of the Ancients is etched over time of several thousand years on house on fire granary. made of cedar mesa sandstone. The overhang that forms the ceiling. Provide solitude  and yet many echos of a village people, children, husbands, wives, brothers and sisters, friends and lovers met and exchanged dreams. Hope mingled on this cliff with their corn stored and other unknown  valuables. At least this is what I imagined  with each brush stroke of bright color of paint to the final touch of this south west master peace.,"House of Fire Granary".

The ancient Pueblo ans lived here between 700 and 2,500 years ago. The granaries perched high in the cliffs stored corn, a main source of food. The Pueblo ans also ground Indian rice grass into meal to make bread. Located in South Fork of Mule Canyon Utah.

These ruins are the remains of buildings constructed by the Ancient Pueblo peoples. It is located on the trail of the south fork of Mule canyon. This of course is in Four Corners area, which comprises southern Utah, northeastern Arizona, northern New Mexico, and southwestern Colorado.    

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