Vermilion Cliffs I

Located on the northern edge of the birthplace of the Grand Canyon on the Colorado Plateau in northern Arizona, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument is a remote and unspoiled, 294,000-acre geologic treasure. Human settlement in the region dates back 12,000 years, and hundreds of ancient First Nations Anasazi pueblo ruins are spread across this National Monument.

The remains of the natives’ villages, including houses, granaries, burial areas, and associated ruins, can be found scattered throughout the area. This National Monument also contains one of the largest numbers of ancient Anasazi rock-art sites in any nationally-protected area in North America. Many of these petroglyphs are believed to be among the oldest such primitive artworks in the United States.

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Available in 4 sizes;

  • 12″ x 24″
  • 18″ x 36″
  • 24″ x 46″
  • 36″ x 70″

Available on 5 types of print media;

  • Fujiflex Crystal Archive paper
  • Fujiflex Crystal Archive paper mounted in acrylic
  • Satin Metal
  • Aluminum
  • Giclée Canvas

Archival Paper and Giclée Canvas prints are shipped in a rolled tube and ready for framing or stretching (for canvas).
Acrylic, Satin Metal, Aluminum, and Giclée Canvas Prints are available either ready to hang or without any mounting or hanging hardware.

Contact Zedekiah Gallery for information or to place an order.