Badlands Rhythm

Bill Chardon's avatar Bill Chardon

The Lakota people called it “mako sica” or “land bad” for its extreme temperatures, lack of water, and rugged terrain. Today, they are referred to simply as “The Badlands” They can be brutal, but they are also beautiful. What looks like a barren wasteland holds colors you wouldn’t expect; and what attracted me to this scene – the visual beat, or rhythm of the land. Thanks for your interest in my 2016 ArtPrize entry. “Badlands Rhythm” is for sale. If the art hanging at the “Women’s City Club” has sold, don’t despair. Additional prints and sizes are available. To see more of my work, visit www.chardonvisuals.com. You can purchase on-line, or contact me directly if you have a specific need. Enjoy ArtPrize!

Entry Details
  • Art form: 2-D
  • Depth: 1 inch
  • Medium: Photography
  • Width: 40 inches
  • Year created: 2016
  • Height: 30 inches