Artwork > Water Flow: Under the Colorado River

Headwaters: Colorado River #103
Chromogenic Print
20" x 16"
2015
$250
Headwaters:  Colorado River #3
Poudre Pass, C)
Chromogenic Print
20" x 16"
2013
$300
Granby Dam: Colorado River # 107
Chromogenic Print
10" x 10"
2015
$150
Radium, Colorado:  Colorado River # 99c
Chromogenic Print
20" x 16"
2019
$200
Escalante River Confluence:  Colorado River #70
Chromogenic Print
20" x 16"
2015
$200
Dolores River Confluence: Colorado River #93
Chromogenic Print
20" x 16"
2015
$250
Imperial Dam: Colorado River #10
Chromogenic Print
20" x 16"
2015
$300
Parker Dam: Upriver: Colorado River #24
Chromogenic Print
20" x 16"
2015
$200
Parker Dam Downriver:  Colorado River #27
Chromogenic Print
20" x 16"
2015
$200
Morelos Dam: Colorado River #9
Chromogenic Print
20" x 16"
2014
$200
Morelos Dam: Colorado River #15
Chromogenic Print
16" x 20"
2014
$250
Morelos Dam: Colorado River #21
Chromogenic Print
10" x 10"
2014
$100
St Luis Bridge, Mexico: Colorado River #32
Chromogenic Print
20" x 16"
2014
$200
St. Luis Bridge, Mexico: Colorado River #34
Chromogenic Print
20" x 16"
2014
$200

The images in this series were created in the Colorado River, at various locations along the entire river as it flows from its headwaters in Rocky Mountain National Park, in northern Colorado, through five states and into Mexico. In Arizona, photograms were made upriver and downriver of the major dams, and in Utah and Colorado, photograms were created upriver and downriver of major river confluences. In Mexico, photograms were made approximately 70 miles south of the U.S./Mexico border as the river flowed south for the first time in over 25 years, after a historic "Pulse Flow" - which released the Colorado River water from the Morelos Dam in southern Arizona into the Colorado Delta in Mexico.