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Fresh Water - Print

Fresh Water

I was inspired to make the piece “Fresh Water” after visiting the Navajo Nation in New Mexico.  While there I was introduced to Dig Deep who is bringing clean, running wear to hundreds of families on the Navajo Nation, across New Mexico, Arizona and Utah. The Navajo are 67 more times more likely than other Americans to live without running water or a toilet.  I followed them around for a day watching and learning as they installed their unique water cistern system in homes. In this piece you see open hands holding a pot of fertile soil and receiving the gift of fresh water which then creates new life.  Within the layers of paper representing dry infertile soil are images of a difficult journey without fresh water. The words “dirt poor” were added to express the absence of fertile soil in a land that also lacks access to fresh clean water. Learn more at www.dipdeep.org


 

ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF “FRESH WATER” WILL GO TO THE NAVAJO WATER PROJECT AT DIG DEEP    

 

CHECK OUT THEIR WEBSITE AND LEARN MORE…WWW.DIGDEEP.ORG

 

Fresh Water - Print

$100.00Price
  • Numbered, Archival Quality Prints

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