David Romtvedt’s new book, “The Tree of Gernika,” is the beginning of a series featuring work from a language whose origins still baffle linguists.
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Luzene Hill and Heidi Brandow have produced work that reveals shared social and ethical concerns articulated through strikingly different materials, metaphors, and sensibilities.
In Pinedale exhibit, artists Susan Durfee and Joseph Cipro use artmaking to unearth meaning, not the other way around.
In her new book, Katherine Standefer explores the true costs of saving a life.
Jackson exhibit mulls the challenges and realities of sharing a landscape with wildlife.