Etched in stone, ‘living spirits’ tell sacred story

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Etched in stone, ‘living spirits’ tell sacred story

New book explores value, significance of desert rock art
Jonathan Bailey’s book, Rock Art: A Vision of a Vanishing Cultural Landscape, features more than 150 photographs and 12 essays about the significance of Native American imagery in the Southwest. The book includes an essay by Fort Lewis College professor Andrew Gulliford.
Jonathan Bailey covered 30,000 miles of Utah’s backcountry on foot to make the photographs for his new book, Rock Art: A Vision of a Vanishing Cultural Landscape.

Etched in stone, ‘living spirits’ tell sacred story

Jonathan Bailey’s book, Rock Art: A Vision of a Vanishing Cultural Landscape, features more than 150 photographs and 12 essays about the significance of Native American imagery in the Southwest. The book includes an essay by Fort Lewis College professor Andrew Gulliford.
Jonathan Bailey covered 30,000 miles of Utah’s backcountry on foot to make the photographs for his new book, Rock Art: A Vision of a Vanishing Cultural Landscape.
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