Santos, Woodcarving, & Popsicles.

In February the three of us; Caroline Bowden, Fiona Lovell Horning and Caren Zane traveled to Santa Fe, NM. Our plan was to explore and make art that would be inspired by the vast landscapes and cultural juxtapositions of this desert local.

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Mason Gehring
5 Things Recommended - 4/30/2019

1. I don’t usually recommend TV shows.  But Netflix has created an intriguing cooking program called, Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat; the brain child of Samin Nosrat.  Her cookbook of the same name can be read from cover to cover (which I did). 

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Mason Gehring
Giving Up the Gallery: A Lesson in Personal Freedom and Vulnerability

SoWa is the neighborhood in the south end of Boston which, in the 90s and early 2000s developed into studios and homes for artists. In the early days, of course, it was rundown and inexpensive. Old commercial buildings with unstructured spaces, lots of light and cheap rent became perfect locations for artists to set up shop. Then, the rest of the world also realized the benefits of living close to downtown and a serge of reconstruction began.

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Mason Gehring
5 Things Recommended - 3/20/2019

“An intact Forest is a mighty act of peace” - Diana Beresford-Kroeger

Perhaps because I spent the last five days in the East Cost metropolises of Washington DC and New York City that I’m focusing this time on nature and particularly on trees.

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Bryan Voliton