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“To be able to scramble up some place and look at it, and see it change. Your viewpoint changes, maybe communicating less, or maybe the color. It’s fun to be able to be so present, to let nature show you what to paint or show you the parts that are important to paint.” more
The kids are headed back to school, and the promise of fall hangs in the crisp night air like the apricots and tall grass abundant now in the area. The temperatures are cooling … more
Renowned for his warm tone, soaring lyricism and masterful technique, Matheny has been lauded as “one of the most emotionally expressive improvisers of his generation” (International Review of Music). more
On a cold and windy spring day I walked in on Eli Walters' studio to find about 15 new paintings stacked against the studio walls and across paint-splattered concrete floors - an … more
Looking at one of Nina Anthony's photographs, you could easily think it's an oil or a watercolor. Her compositions are more than "literal interpretations" of the world around us, with her shots of … more
In the face of systemic, legalized, governmental oppression that targets you, your family, your community -- what can you do? The film "Who Will Write Our History?" shows us. more
Summer in Taos is around the corner, but at Metta Theatre, it's 50 below zero and there's a blizzard howling through the walls of a secluded cabin in the wilds of northern … more
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