Cloud Watching Over the Kaibab Plateau

The Kaibab Plateau, bordered on the south by the Grand Canyon, juts to a height of 9,200 feet at its highest point. It is a landscape that ranges from bone dry limestone to Ponderosa Pine forests, a wild, untamed country that drew such legendary characters as Buffalo Bill and Teddy Roosevelt. Solitary but never alone, even when the closest soul is miles away, is the life of the American cowboy. High plains drifters, ranchers and even presidents have been mesmerized by this magical place, held sacred for centuries by local tribes. The heat of the day's sun and the hint of an arid breeze are palpable in this hyper-realistic work from John Bye.
Open Edition Fine Art Giclée Canvas
In stock
Dimensions: 40" x 26"
Issue Price: $450.00

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