This retrospective of McHuron’s life in art is a story of living in the now, as well as a guide to finding what McHuron called the “WOW” that serenades your soul. It is a journey of discovery, as meaningful as it is colorful.
In this first book featuring the breadth of Barbara Van Cleve's subject matter, readers experience her other themes, including Rodeo as Dance, striking night scenes, the Great Montana Centennial Cattle Drive series, and documentation of the Spanish Mission Trail in Baja California, Mexico.
By Madeline Yale PrestonAndrea KarnesMary Anne Redding
$75.00 Hardcover 978-1-934491-50-8 June 2016
“Cordelia Bailey’s strength within this body of work is in depicting psychosocial aspects in each photographic scene. She develops her own visual poetry, providing fixed points of reference for us to consider perceptions rather than realities—both hers and our own.”—Madeline Yale Preston, excerpted from “People and Creatures: Reinventing Theater from the Real”
Spanish Judaism, the Inquisition, and New World Identities / El judaísmo español, la Inquisición y identidades nuevo mundiales
By Roger L. DávilaJosef DíazRon D. Hart
$75.00 Hardcover 978-1-934491-51-5 May 2016
Fractured Faiths traces the history of the Sephardic and converso (converted) Jews from their Golden Age to the twenty-first century, in both the land they left behind and in the lands they later settled.
In this retrospective of paintings dating from the early 1980s to the present Hook guides the reader on a journey that includes the back roads of northern New Mexico, the high country of the Colorado Rockies and Sangre de Cristos, California’s Pacific coastline and central valley, the reaches of the Sonoran Desert, and historic vistas in England and Italy.