Rick Dingus
Photographic Works


Marks in Place: Contemporary Responses to Rock Art
1982-1988
   


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Snake Dance, Thompson Wash, UT, 1982, 16" x 20" “Five Portraits” Ceremonial, Davis Canyon near Canyonlands, UT (Proposed Nuclear Waste Disposal Site), 1982-85, 16" x 20" Figures Above a Ruin, Canyonlands, UT, 1982, 16" x 20" Cave Spirit, Canyonlands, UT, 1982-84, 16" x 20" Continued Movements of the “Thirteen Faces,” Canyonlands, UT, 1982-84, 16" x 20" Fitch’s Fire near Galisteo, NM, 1985-88, 16" x 20" Location of the “Sky Faces” Pictographs, 1982-84, 16" x 20" Plumed Serpent in the Painted Cave near Ft. Hancock, TX (After the Storm), 1984-86, 16" x 20" Exterior:  Cave Kiva near White Rock, NM (Rebirth Place), 1982-86, 16" x 20" Interior:  Cave Kiva near White Rock, NM (Mythical Fragments), 1982-85, 16" x 20" “Tlaloc” Petroglyph near Cooks Peak, NM, 1984-88, 16" x 20" “Tlaloc” Shelter, Hueco Tanks, TX, 1984, 16" x 20" Marking the Passage, Three Rivers, NM, 1983-86.Storytelling Rocks, Northern NM, 1984-86, 16" x 20" Handprints in a Cave, UT, 1982-86, 16" x 20" Displaced References:  Canyonlands, UT, 1983-86, 16" x 20" Cliff Petroglyph, northern NM, 1984, 16" x 20"


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