Bowlin's Old Crater Trading Post in Bluewater, NM

JIM ROSS
$900.00
Jim Ross | Bowlin's Old Crater Trading Post in Bluewater, NM
This former trading post is located along historic US Route 66 in Bluewater, New Mexico. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006, the building once served as a community center for the local Navajo population, as well as for authentic Native American crafts and goods sold to tourists. The building's exterior was painted with pop culture depictions of Native Americans - most likely painted by Navajo artists - as the one photographed here by Route-66 historian and photographer Jim Ross.

Details

  • Limited edition, museum quality photographic print.
  • Each print is accompanied by a signed, detailed and authenticated Certificate of Authenticity.

Choose From 2 Options:

Expertly created through the giclée printing process using archival fine art paper and ink. Printed on 100% organic paper and pigment for a traditional and timeless look. *Sold unframed.

Note: In addition to the Certificate of Authenticity, Giclée prints are signed and dated by the artist.

  • 16 x 20 in - edition of 30
  • 24 x 36 in - edition of 25
  • 36 x 48 in - edition of 20
Printed on Aluminum (metal) for a more sleek, contemporary feel. The printed aluminum is highly archival, durable and scratch-resistant, with high resolution and vibrant color. Ready to hang on your wall with a low profile metal brace mounted on the back. 

Note: Each print is accompanied by a signed, detailed and authenticated Certificate of Authenticity. However, (unlike on Giclée prints) the print itself is *not* signed.
  • 24 x 36 in - edition of 25
  • 36 x 48 in - edition of 20

Measurements 
The measurements specify the *paper size*. The actual printed image will meet either the length or width or both—whichever is larger. 

*Custom sizes may be available depending on the image; please contact us.

Size
Jim Ross | Bowlin's Old Crater Trading Post in Bluewater, NM
This former trading post is located along historic US Route 66 in Bluewater, New Mexico. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006, the building once served as a community center for the local Navajo population, as well as for authentic Native American crafts and goods sold to tourists. The building's exterior was painted with pop culture depictions of Native Americans - most likely painted by Navajo artists - as the one photographed here by Route-66 historian and photographer Jim Ross.

Details

  • Limited edition, museum quality photographic print.
  • Each print is accompanied by a signed, detailed and authenticated Certificate of Authenticity.

Choose From 2 Options:

Expertly created through the giclée printing process using archival fine art paper and ink. Printed on 100% organic paper and pigment for a traditional and timeless look. *Sold unframed.

Note: In addition to the Certificate of Authenticity, Giclée prints are signed and dated by the artist.

  • 16 x 20 in - edition of 30
  • 24 x 36 in - edition of 25
  • 36 x 48 in - edition of 20
Printed on Aluminum (metal) for a more sleek, contemporary feel. The printed aluminum is highly archival, durable and scratch-resistant, with high resolution and vibrant color. Ready to hang on your wall with a low profile metal brace mounted on the back. 

Note: Each print is accompanied by a signed, detailed and authenticated Certificate of Authenticity. However, (unlike on Giclée prints) the print itself is *not* signed.
  • 24 x 36 in - edition of 25
  • 36 x 48 in - edition of 20

Measurements 
The measurements specify the *paper size*. The actual printed image will meet either the length or width or both—whichever is larger. 

*Custom sizes may be available depending on the image; please contact us.