In 1990 Richard Long visited the Big Bend area of West Texas. He took a 10-day walk along the Rio Grande and the Chisos Mountains. This walk resulted in several art projects. The most significant is the Chisos Circle that was an area that was cleared of rocks - allowing the desert floor to become visible. The other was a lithograph that reflects observations during one hour of the walk. As Long has often done, he documents his observations in a print.
The image above is a detail of the print that is now in the gallery inventory. It is a lithograph that is 74-1/2" tall and 36" wide. (PP from an edition of 60.) It is a joy to have this distinctly local piece by an artist whose work is shown at the Chinati Foundation. More information upon request.