We are raising awareness about our “barren” desert being a rich wilderness with a rich history which includes our falling down, deteriorating, time-lapsed decay homestead cabins here in Wonder Valley. Rich in wildlife. Rich in it’s emptiness. Rich in it’s present state. To be protected by it’s inhabitants before it’s plowed under like the rest … Continue reading Wonder Valley Homestead Cabin Festival coming sooooon.
While out on a stroll taking pictures of cabins, I encountered another human being. He told me his name was Anno... a good German name...and he owned three cabins adjacent to his home out at the end of Wonder Valley, where you just might fall off the face of the earth. I asked him if … Continue reading Once again, in honor of the first-ever Wonder Valley Homestead Cabin Festival
The Mosaic Workshop I just led in Wonder Valley was a great success. Seven eager students ready to learn and create. We drew a little blood from some sharp tile but nothing requiring stitches, just a prick. Everyone created beautiful works as different and as varied as people are. I'm sorry I didn't get a … Continue reading Mosaic Workshop
In February 2008, I will be participating with 3 very talented artists, Chris Carraher, Scott Monteith and Bob Arnett in a celebration to bring awareness of the beauty, history and free interpretations the Wonder Valley homestead cabins bring to our senses. February 9, 2008, save the date!!! For more information click this CABIN. Here is … Continue reading Wonder Valley Homestead Cabin Festival
Just came back from a ten day trip to Kaua'i. Lizards, orchids on the Napali Coast. Common Mynahs and Wild Hydrangeas...and tropical deserted cabins.