Landscapes 1

One place I always go when I visit N.M. is White Rock. If you drive through the unassuming little town, past their playing fields, you come to a circular parking lot. You get out and walk a little way and you realize you’re on the precipice of a mesa. If you go...

Tesuque and the road to Taos (pt 1)

The first set of photos are from Tesuque, including the sad truck I found in the weeds by the side of the road. The glass of lemonade is a cheat – it was taken on a trip to Ojo Caliente  – a lovely mineral hot springs north of Santa Fe. It had to go here...

Santa Fe

I’ve been to Santa Fe numerous times, and I always love it. It’s charming and rustically stylish. I’ve always felt at home there, and this is greatly because of my wonderful hostess. But there’s something about the high desert that is...

Museum of Glass autumn show

The current show at MOG is Links: Australian Glass and the Pacific Northwest. The show, like all MOG shows, is fascinating and brilliant. They do a great job tying the two regions’ glass artists together, frequently, and with no surprise, to Pilchuck. Here are...

New Mexico and Sudarios Exhibit

I recently spent two weeks in New Mexico. One of the most powerful experiences was going to the IHM Retreat Center Chapel to view Erika Diettes’s Sudarios photography exhibit. Sudarios is a series of portraits of women who witnessed massacres committed during...