STORIED PAST

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THE STORY OF "STORIED PAST"

 
The American West’s greatest treasure is its untold depth of cultural ecotones, junctions where past lives and landscapes meet. Enshrined in stone upon stone, they are now unearthed by a new generation of rusticators. As we meander through western lands where time’s gradual pace preserves its tabernacle trails, we learn of the millennial, symbiotic existence of (wo)men and nature in these pastoral valleys. Stumbling upon the weathered, enigmatic remains of yesterday, whether serendipitous or conscious in nature, we are allowed the extraordinary: to reach across centuries and cultures.

Often, there we are left with more puzzling questions than answers. Here, we get to rekindle misspent imagination and curiosity as we seek to fill in the many riddling blanks. The stories slowly unveiled in these dry washes are what keeps the arc of time bending. Listening becomes dutiful privilege, knowledge a compassionate and caring call for truth. The power of yesterday is its story, told tomorrow.

HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE LIMITED EDITION OF 99 | Bears Ears National Monument, UT


 
A Lars Gesing fine art nature photograph of an ancient Anasazi Pueblo native dwelling ruin in the South Fork of Mule Canyon near Moab, Utah. The ruin is a short, family-friendly hike from the parking area, however during the summer in the desert beware of high temperatures and bring plenty of water. Exploring the Anasazi Pueblo ruins and dwellings all around Bears Ears National Monument is one of the best things to do when visiting Moab, as it is close to, not far and just a short drive from places like Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park and Monument Valley.







MY ART & YOUR INSPIRATION GIVE BACK

I am a proud member of 1% for the Planet and its mission of protecting our only home. The concept is simple: The land has given me much, so I want to give back. That’s why I have committed to donate 1% of every sale of every artwork to select nonprofits that are working to protect the land shown in your piece. That means, over its life in my gallery, STORIED PAST will generate roughly $2000 supporting WESTERN RESOURCE ADVOCATES.