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TRUTH at Walnut Creek Farms – Part II

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Today is day 6 of my time here in Stillman Valley with The Fields Project – Bringing Art and Agriculture together.  It is in fact my 8th year here after much counting and recounting with Anne Leuck Feldhaus.  (She gave me her application in 2004).  Thanks Anne!  I will be forever grateful. As the previous post stated… My piece is titled TRUTH at Walnut Creek Farms.  I am staying with Ned and Lyrah Bushnell (they met at the first Fields Project 13 years ago!  They shared their medium format cameras with each other – so sweet!)  Ned educated me last year while here about soil, tilth, friability, no till vs. till, and so much more.  His appreciation of the stewardship of soil was palpable and impressive.  As an image you will see later advertises, Walnut Creek Farms won the Governor’s Award for soil conservation.  Needless to say, Ned is  a no till farmer.

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Potable – Rock Springs, WI

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I want to share so much today that I am not sure where to begin. As the gesture Potable – Rock Springs, WI unfolds I wanted to firstly share the invitation to join me somewhere in Rock Springs or Reedsburg. Here was the invitation I compiled for the opening of Watermark at Woolen Mill Gallery […]

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TRUTH at Walnut Creek Farms – Part II

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Today is day 6 of my time here in Stillman Valley with The Fields Project – Bringing Art and Agriculture together.  It is in fact my 8th year here after much counting and recounting with Anne Leuck Feldhaus.  (She gave me her application in 2004).  Thanks Anne!  I will be forever grateful. As the previous […]

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Fields Project 2011: TRUTH at Walnut Creek Farms

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Here I am again… enjoying the wonderful mash up of art and agriculture with Ned and Lyrah Bushnell of Stillman Valley through the amazing organization that is The Fields Project. TRUTH is my project this year.  Looking for TRUTH.  Finding TRUTH in soil.  Engaging others about their TRUTH.  TRUTH in my own life.  I asked […]

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Colorado Art Ranch: Residencies and Artposiums Galore

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Hi All.  A year ago I started this blog because of my experience with Colorado Art Ranch(CAR)  and the residency in Salida, CO centered around water.  I became aware of CAR by an invitation to be a guest speaker at an Artposium in the Fall of 2009 in called Dinner Stories.  Grant Pound, the Executive […]

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