Monthly Archives: October 2022

way better than warhol’s “the last supper”

Installation artwork: “Fall 2022” Artist: Margaret (“Mother”) Nature Artist’s statement: In juxtaposing the exploding colors of changing leaves with an endless blue sky, I sought to represent how life is both endless and constantly ending. Donald Judd once said: “A … Continue reading

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any way the wind blows

Is this the real life?Is this just fantasy?— the prophet frederick mercury— It seemed so simple. Take a photo of Rudolph holding a cowboy hat outside Prada Marfa. We were going to be passing by anyhow, so we strapped Rudolph … Continue reading

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dear kate

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seeing things that i may never see again

Life a band of gypsieswe go down the highway— w. hugh nelson— Mo is standing in the middle of a desolate highway, trying to capture the essence of what a road leading into an endless panorama looks like. No, it … Continue reading

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things i wish i had said, part 102

It’s usually the milestones we mark, the childhood or coming of age experiences that we attach to our favorite places. At a certain age most of our best milestones are in the rear view. But not all! We return looking … Continue reading

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