Crater Lake




Approxmate Image Size: 21 x 27”
Edition of 285

Photographed in 1923, the chief, pictured here in full regalia, is a member of the Klamath tribe of Southeast Oregon. The Klamath territory is dotted with lakes and marshes, which accounts for many aspects of Klamath daily life. In this photograph the chief is overlooking Crater Lake, which is one of the deepest, purest bodies of water in North America. The lake occupies the crater formed by an extinct volcano and is spectacular not only in its beauty but also, with thirty-two miles of lakeshore, in size and scale.

Master printmaker and artist, Steven Anderson, created our beautiful contemporary photo-lithographs. He has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the Rockfeller Fellowship.  He has worked with over 100 artists including Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe & William Wegman. His prints have been exhibited in over 2,000 exhibits including The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney, The National Gallery, The MET, MOCA & LACMA.