This how Marilyn Feather ( @feather05 ) describes her experience. “As an Artist-In-Residence at Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, I was able to immerse myself totally in my photography enjoying the solitude and open spaces of the Niobrara River Valley home to the globally famous 19.2 million-year-old bonebed in Carnegie and University Hills. My project entailed creating images to share and showcase what Agate is really like.” View it here
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In addition to this gallery from Rocky Mountain National Park, Lisa Grossman has uploaded three more galleries of artist in residence work — Mesa Verde, Petrified Forest and Agate Fossil Beds. I have a weak spot for this one though, since RMNP was also my first residency, and I also painted Specimen Mountain, mainly because it has such a cool name! Check out her other galleries and add your own at artists-in-residence-field-notes.com/air-galleries/
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Siri Beckman – Wood engraving, 3.75″x 4″ Edition of 100
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