Bowlin's Old Crater Trading Post in Bluewater, NM I Jim Ross

JIM ROSS
$900.00
Bowlin's Old Crater Trading Post is a former trading post which was located along historic US Route 66 in Bluewater, New Mexico.  The trading post primarily sold authentic Native American crafts and goods to its tourist market.  It also functioned as a community center for the local Navajo population.   The building's exterior was painted with pop culture depictions of Native Americans most like painted by Navajo artists as the one here.   The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
Photographed by Route 66 Historian and Photographer Jim Ross

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  • Giclee 100% organic archival paper with organic pigment for a traditional and timeless look or
  • Dye-Sublimated Printed Aluminum for a more contemporary feel. The printed aluminum is extremely archival and durable, scratch-resistant, highly saturated with a wide color gamut and high resolution.  Modern and ready to hang on your wall with a low profile metal brace on the back
Editions run as follows for each medium:

Giclee
XSmall 16X20 Edition of 30
Small 24X36 - Edition of 25
Medium 36X48 - Edition of 20 -Shown here with natural wood frame

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Framed option available in Washington DC and NYC only

Dye Sublimated Aluminum
Small 24X36 - Edition of 25 
Medium 36X48 - Edition of 20 

Custom sizes and other mediums are available upon request. 

*The resolution of this print has been minimized for internet use. 
**The measurements specify the paper size -depending on the image, the print will meet either the length or the width, whichever is larger.

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Bowlin's Old Crater Trading Post is a former trading post which was located along historic US Route 66 in Bluewater, New Mexico.  The trading post primarily sold authentic Native American crafts and goods to its tourist market.  It also functioned as a community center for the local Navajo population.   The building's exterior was painted with pop culture depictions of Native Americans most like painted by Navajo artists as the one here.   The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
Photographed by Route 66 Historian and Photographer Jim Ross

Choose between
  • Giclee 100% organic archival paper with organic pigment for a traditional and timeless look or
  • Dye-Sublimated Printed Aluminum for a more contemporary feel. The printed aluminum is extremely archival and durable, scratch-resistant, highly saturated with a wide color gamut and high resolution.  Modern and ready to hang on your wall with a low profile metal brace on the back
Editions run as follows for each medium:

Giclee
XSmall 16X20 Edition of 30
Small 24X36 - Edition of 25
Medium 36X48 - Edition of 20 -Shown here with natural wood frame

Click HERE for frame options
Framed option available in Washington DC and NYC only

Dye Sublimated Aluminum
Small 24X36 - Edition of 25 
Medium 36X48 - Edition of 20 

Custom sizes and other mediums are available upon request. 

*The resolution of this print has been minimized for internet use. 
**The measurements specify the paper size -depending on the image, the print will meet either the length or the width, whichever is larger.