As most of you know, I didn’t paint for 26 years after college, where I was a painting and drawing major and a printmaking minor. What you may not know is that coming back to painting took a tremendous commitment and no small amount of effort.
There is a real story to tell–about where I was as an artist BEFORE I came to Truchas and AFTER Truchas. It is a story of fences and horses and grasses and how they changed me.
Your problem is how you are going to spend this one odd and precious life you have been issued. Whether you’re going to spend it trying to look good or are you are going to taste it, enjoy it and find out the truth about who you are.
Canyon Road in Santa Fe is, arguably, one of the most famous “art streets” in America, if not the world. Long ago it was, literally, just a narrow dirt road leading up to the canyon.
Just as the blue morning glories at our Anna Karin Gallery are starting to come out in all their, well, glory, Bill Loyd showed up with a new blue bell for our exterior Torii Arch.
Anna and I agreed to come together to rehang the Anna Karin Gallery to get it ready for the High Road Art Tour.