The New Mexico state art print features towns, cities, the state capitol Santa Fe, as well as some of the prominent bodies of water, mountains, deserts and land in the state. What sets this state illustration apart is that I've included the state's indigenous people and the areas they first inhabited. The original tribes included the Navajo, Ute, Comanch, Pueblos, Zuni, Chiricahua and Membreno Apache, the Jocome Jano Suma, Mescalero Apache and the Jicarilla Apache. Other tribes moved through the area but these are known as the original inhabitants.
My prints are made using Canon Pigment Inks, which are guaranteed not to fade for at least 100 years. Features: • archival inks • high quality matte stock • shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube • ready to place in a frame