color study of paint made from earth found in Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona
getting so excited for the workshop I’m teaching tomorrow on how to make paint from sands and cacti at @thejoshuatreehouse!  this workshop i
our car broke down in the desert.  spent the day wrangling these two in a pep boys parking lot
making paint from dirt
motherhood is like walking through a canyon, searching for your old self, realizing you’ve been reborn, there’s no going back, and you carry in your body the mystery of life and death
in this series looking at the r
I’ve received a lot of requests for prints of this photograph of southern New Mexico and am happy to announce a limited number are now available on my website. Thankful as always for all your support of my work

making watercolors from dirt and sands from New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and the Mojave. getting excited for my workshop in Joshua Tree next week and dreaming about other places I could make paint and teach workshops... New Mexico is next
shipping this moon painting from 2014 to the Netherlands today. “Desert Moon” was one of the first sphere paintings I ever made, after seeing the Blood Moon eclipse in April 2014. when I first started painting spheres I was struck
wildness reminds us what it means to be human, what we are connected to rather than what we are separate from
Terry Tempest Williams
part of a series looking at the relationship between how we see women and how we treat land
where is liberty going?
detail from “Our Lady of the Desert,” 2018, oil on linen, 107 x 72”
shipping out hands and moons
my mother was my first country.  the first place i ever lived. 
Nayyirah Waheed
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