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One afternoon, the light was amazing. While at the Brush Creek Foundation artist residency in Wyoming, the light, particularly as the sun set, was unlike anything I’ve seen before: it had a searing quality that illuminated everything, but also created a sense of mystery. Late this one day, while walking up from Artist’s Camp, as
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I was drawn to this tree at the edge of Artist’s Camp at Brush Creek Ranch Foundation during a recent residency. It was haunting; this long exposure of about 30 minutes was lit by a camp fire we made about twenty feet away.
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The moon only came up for about an hour, and was low in the sky in south central Wyoming.
BEAUTIFUL ISLE OF SOMEWHERE Composer, Jessie B. Pounds Lyrics, John Sylvester Fearis As sung by Harold Jarvis for the Victor Talking Machine Company, 1909 Somewhere the sun is shining, Somewhere the songbirds dwell; Hush, then, thy sad repining, God lives, and all is well. Refrain Somewhere, somewhere, Beautiful Isle of Somewhere! Land of the true,
Images of The First Few Days at Brush Creek Foundation, an Artist Residency in Wyoming