‘Impressions of Pinnacle Peak, AZ Looking West From Dick & Sherry Miller's House’ is an artist’s proof giclée print after the original 2001 watercolor, signed and dated by the artist in the lower right. Barnett’s use of watercolor implies a visual ascent up Arizona’s Pinnacle Peak with the fluid variations in hue reflecting the changes in elevation. In this comparison of elevation to hue, Barnett has rendered the summit of Pinnacle Peak as an abstract, a value as subject to change as the colors of the evening sky.
Giclée print on watercolor paper after the original 2001 watercolor
10 x 6.25 inches, artwork
17.5 x 14.5 inches, frame
Signed and dated in lower right
'AP' written in the lower left
Framed to conservation standards using archival materials including 100 percent rag matting, UF5 Plexiglas to inhibit fading, and housed in a gold finish wood moulding.