Chip Thomas

Chip Thomas is a photographer, public artist, activist and physician who has been living and working on the Navajo Nation between Monument Valley and the Grand Canyon since 1987. He also coordinates the Painted Desert Project, a project that brings artists from all over the world to the reservation to paint murals and to teach their process to local artists and students.

Photo Courtesy: Ben Moon

Photo Courtesy: Ben Moon

These prints speak directly to the ACLU’s mission to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States.  Title Derumbando Mundo  Medium: Screenprint  Size: 19 x 25  Year of creation: 2017  Price $100.00  For sales inquiries, please contact the artist directly at  www.jetsonorama.net

These prints speak directly to the ACLU’s mission to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States.

Title Derumbando Mundo

Medium: Screenprint

Size: 19 x 25

Year of creation: 2017

Price $100.00

For sales inquiries, please contact the artist directly at www.jetsonorama.net

Title: No to Racism  Medium: screenprint  Size: 19 x 25  Year of Creation: 2018  Price $100.00  For sales inquiries, please contact the artist directly at  www.jetsonorama.net

Title: No to Racism

Medium: screenprint

Size: 19 x 25

Year of Creation: 2018

Price $100.00

For sales inquiries, please contact the artist directly at www.jetsonorama.net