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LIMITED EDITION PRINTS are photographically printed on archival material in an edition limited to twenty per size, and are signed and numbered.  Print size is the outside dimensions and the image will fall proportionally in the middle surrounded by white.  Prints are shipped rolled in extra heavy-duty tubesPrice includes shipping within the continental USA by Federal Express
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Arizona Eye, from the Sacred Sky Sacred Earth Series, Terezakis 2001

Long before Arizona, California, and the border of steel between Mexico and the United States existed, the Yaqui Indians made this inhospitable area their home.   Above Yuma's glow, watching the movement of light across the body of the desert, it seemed that there was an eye in the clouds, a window of illumination to and from the moon.  I was struck by the metaphor before me; how we use our eyes to view the world for the divine spark within, which is only a mirror for a greater source of Light. 

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Within the rugged land of the Paiute and Shoshone people in what is now southern central California, the air is still crisp and clean, the sky unmuddied, and great sections of undeveloped land still stand as they have from the last ice-age.  Strong sentinels of stone bear witness to near countless days and seasons.  At the foot of the tower a heartbeat of light stood vigil for an evening.

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On the periphery of Death Valley, land of the Timbisha Shoshone, earth and sky are windows in time.   The glow from Las Vegas is two-hundred and fifty miles away, starlight four light-years and further.  Standing in the quiet winter dark, I am in awe of the fragile beauty of earth and sky.

D'où venons-nous? Qui sommes-nous? Combien de temps ai-je? Où allons-nous?
Where do I come from?  Who am I?  How long do I have?  Where am I going?

Heart Beats Light: Dancers  Ben Wright and Allyson Green © 2008 Peter Terezakis
 

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The Six Directions. Navajo Nation, 2009

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