“We are what we do, especially what we do to change who we are.” Erin Currier “For the past decade and a half, the underlying theme of all of my work has been that which I have found to be true, time and again, in all of the countries I’ve traveled to: that […]
Our Spring Studio Visit with Santa Fe, New Mexico Art Partners Erin Currier & Anthony Hassett My partner, artist Richard Kurtz and I visited the Santa Fe studio and home of artists, world travelers and partners Erin Currier & Anthony Hassett. We met their new puppy Foca & shared good coffee that Tony made for […]
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La Mega Copoerativa Artesanal de los Saraguros Somewhere in the southern highlands of Ecuador a woman sits and quietly draws one strand of thread to loop directly over the thread above, rather than passing through a bead, the ‘usual’ way of bead weaving. She is duplicating a beautiful floral pattern that lives only in her head. Later she will present this […]
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