Airs Saturday January 30, at 4:00 pm on Ch. 5.1
Internationally acclaimed designer Alexander Girard created a mid-century masterpiece for Albuquerque’s Unitarian Church – a mural of over 5000 pieces celebrating all faiths.
“He looked at the world through an experiential lens. He wanted to see how people related to their place in the world and each other.”
Santa Fe’s Dyanna Taylor reflects on being the granddaughter of photographer Dorothea Lange and shares her vision for making the film “Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning” for PBS’ American Masters series.
“She was not necessarily reining me in but asking me to look at the impact I was having, and also to see what was around me.”
An on-location visit with New Mexico landscape painter Woody Gwyn. In between brushstrokes, Woody defines what he sees.
“I like abstraction by the way that seems rooted in reality. And realism that seems rooted in abstraction.”
COLORES New Mexico Episode 201