Look Close See Far Exhibit is up at The El Paso Museum of Archaeology

Look Close See Far, A Cultural Portrait of the Maya Exhibit is up at the El Paso Museum of Archaeology from June 19 – September 9, 2012. I will be giving a talk at 2pm on Saturday June 23 followed by a reception from 3 – 4:40 pm. For more information click the press release link below. Hope to see you there!

PRESS RELEASE – June 23, 2012 Exhibit Opening and Program_Look Close See Far, A Cultural Portrait of the Maya

Foto Fest 2012 Exhibit – HEALINGSCAPES: LAND & SEA

Eleanor Brown
Kent Krugh
Bruce T. Martin
Anne Rowland
Jim Vecchi
Hiroshi Watanabe

This exhibition of contemplative photographs provides a healing respite from the cares of contemporary life. Working photographers, from diverse backgrounds and geographical locations, create images of nature, culture and spirituality. In Jim Vecchi’s “Witness to Infinity,” we experience the vastness and timelessness of the sea. Nature is connected to spirituality in Hiroshi Watanabe’s view of a temple through snow-laden branches, while Eleanor Brown’s explorations in the Arctic return us to our primordial origins. Kent Krugh presents “Angel Oak,” a much revered 1400-year-old tree, and Bruce T. Martin’s cave connects us to the ancient Maya culture. The lyrical “Bittersweet Curl” by Anne Rowland, reminds us of a simpler, more bucolic era.
The goal of The Methodist Experience is to provide an exceptional culture of personalized service, satisfaction, and engagement for all involved in the healing process. The Healing Arts Exhibition Series promotes health and healing through the beauty, harmony and eloquence of the arts, and enriches the lives of all those who experience its programs.

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Click here to download exhibit card: Healingscapes