To The Strangers I Have Drawn On A Train Perhaps you will find my portraiture an encroachment, a violation of privacy, and perhaps you even think it unflattering in its realism. To the first I say yes, because portrayal of ...
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In The Field
I. I am asleep in the desert. I am dreaming this world and yet another. In which I am impossibly tall, resolutely female. My vision extends to the horizon. I see with an effortless, steady, dimensionless knowing. It is January ...
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Bay City
This is the presentation I made to residents and officials of Bay City, Oregon officials, in response to their request for a re-design of a vacant lot in the middle of the town. Proposal for Bay City Town Square and ...
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In The Field  (audio version)
On "the Easy Chair" hosted by Laura Hurwitz; Episode 140 This week: “In the Field." Returning guest author Deborah Zervas reads three vignettes about time spent in remote places. Her experience of the wild's simultaneous profound connectivity and separation inform ...
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This is the name I wish were mine: Isabel Betancourt          It was my grandmother’s name, and it represents all that was lost to me as a child, and what I have recovered, am recovering.  What I ...
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CaribeCollage:  Art papers on board.  3" x 5" was first exhibited at The Coffee Table, New Haven CT ‘LANDSCAPES: Before and After Barragán’ April 2002 Artist Statement ...
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