Supervisor Humphrey Donates Rock Art to Old Dominion Days

Pictured L-R is Sheldon Miller, Gila County Historical Museum, Tim Humphrey, Gila County Supervisor Chairman and Vern Perry, President of the Gila County Historical Society.

Tim Humphrey has developed a unique process to create his rock art. He creates his art by burning images into the sandstone.  He first began working this process in 2006 and it took him over a year to perfect it. No paint or stain is used in this process.  When completed he adds a hard finish to preserve the art on the stone. Tim does not sell any of his original artwork. Instead he only donates them to local fundraisers. Old Dominion Days is lucky enough to receive the beautiful piece of artwork that is pictured. It will be part of a silent auction at the Old Dominion Days Copper Ball on Saturday, Sept. 14.


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