“From the very beginning, I felt more horse than human.” Lynda Evans, Artist “I could neigh before I could talk,” says Lynda Evans. And she ran and neighed on a green of the golf course near her home in an affluent, country club community in Knoxville, Tennessee. She also drew horses at… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Local Color
“I spent a career chasing electrons. Then I decided to chase birds.” Tom Taylor
Rapid changes in our environment have fledged so many warnings from the scientific community, and now comes one more. Our birds are vanishing in North America. “And that,” said conservation scientist Ken Rosenberg of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, “is an indicator of a coming collapse of the overall environment.” WAIT A MINUTE! WAIT… Read more »
I always thought that Apaches were the scariest Indians of all. And then I took a walk in a garden.
Don Diego de Vargas has been banished from the Fiestas de Santa Fe. What does this mean, actually?
As the feminine rises in America, more and more of us are taking to “lifting.”
“. . . the government has simply given us the papers, but the land was always ours.” Pablo Abeita, testifying before Congress, 1923
Sometimes it’s a little uncomfortable living in a state with so many historic sites.
” . . . I follow numerous scholars by arguing in favor of combining oral traditions with archaeology to develop a fuller understanding of the past.” Robert S. Weiner
As I trailed Cathy Smith and her art work through the Nambe Trading Post, at one point I exclaimed, “You’re a frigging genius!” “No,” she responded calmly. “I have a niche.”