Air Date Saturday December 30 at 4pm on 5.1
Santa Fe’s Nina Elder examines the visual evidence of land use in the American West. She explores the delineation between land and landscape, beauty and banality.
“I hope that people start understanding a little bit more that we are all part of larger systems, and that every dollar we spend and every bite of food we eat, and every mile we drive in our car is connecting us to other things.”
A clarion call, artist Chip Thomas installs a mural at Albuquerque’s Valle de Oro Wildlife Refuge dedicated to our relationship with nature.
“It’s all about the process of creating with good intention and love and then just letting that go and it’s the act of creation that in and of itself is healing.”
Santa Fe sculptor Chris Collins transforms mundane, everyday objects into art.
“My fascination comes from that root of alchemy. To transmute materials…to bring something into a higher vibration.”
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