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Though I now live in the northeastern US, I have spent time in Arizona and Utah. I see this history pop up in my work from time to time. If you look at my work from my Inkblot Series, you can see the colors if not the wide open expanses and strange rock formations typical of southern Utah - it just came out, an unintended reference that I have not connected until lately. My work is not "landscape" in any typical sense.


Kaetlyn Wilcox said…

you've inspired me to travel to the Southwest! I love the connections popping up between your different series. The images are graceful and archetypal.


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