The Evolution of My Art Opinion
November 1, 2015
(Please forgive me for talking so much about myself)
In 1972, my art career in Santa Fe began at a snail’s stride. My wife and I and two young daughters slept on the floor while we plastered the walls in our new gallery.
Raffle for Renelle
December 16, 2013
Renelle is a searcher… she is also a cancer victim. We’re putting on a raffle, Thrill of the Chase style, to raise money for her cancer treatments!
Salute to a Warrior
December 4, 2013
When Renelle Jacobson stepped out of her car in my driveway, and walked toward me, I was charmed at first sight. Her smile telegraphed a timeless message: “Look out world, because here I come.” She had read about my hidden treasure in Hemispheres, the in-flight magazine for United Airlines, and, she said, “I ripped out the pages, stuffed them in my bag, and told the passenger sitting next to me, ‘Oh, I am SO going to find this when I get home.”
November 15, 2013
It’s blustery outside and my wife has gone grocery shopping so I decided to revisit a fun time I had when I was a kid. My mom let me smell the different spices and herbs as she stirred them into recipes she was making. I enjoyed the interaction with my mom, and the wrinkles in my nose indicated to her how much I liked or disliked each aroma.
I Never Go Shopping
October 14, 2013
I never go shopping…
But I was in Kaune’s grocery store with five items in my cart. Just a few things I needed to watch the Broncos play the Cowboys: pepperoni, bologna, Tabasco, salami and horseradish.
Wars Last Forever
May 25, 2013
Wars can have a far-reaching sting. To die for some coat-and-tie ideas in Washington is to put a high price on someone else’s opinion.
After retiring from the Air Force in 1970, I built an art gallery in Santa Fe that my wife and I ran for seventeen years. Since then, my energies have been directed toward excavation of a large Indian pueblo and writing books about art and exploration. I hope you enjoy my blog!