- Author: Patricia McCreery
- Photographer: Ekkehart Malotki
- Pages: 194
$24.95 – $34.95
Tapamveni is a Hopi word that means “hammered mark” or “pounded sign.” These signposts from the ancient inhabitants abound in the region called Palavayu – the area surrounding Petrified Forest National Park in northeastern Arizona.
Ekkehart Malotki’s beautifully textured photographs depict over two thousand years of rock art and Patricia McCleery’s stark white-on-black drawings and informative text help bridge the centuries between the region’s past and present.
It is my hope that this publication will bring a new appreciation for the work of these ancient artisans and underscore the need to preserve and protect this priceless legacy.
—Stewart Udall (Former Secretary of the Interior)
Available in cloth-bound hard copy and high-quality paperback.