texture presidio

  1. the acosta siblings - growing up in marfa

    As kids growing up in the 1950s and ‘60s in the small town of Marfa, Texas, the five Acosta siblings learned how to get creative. Amelia, Elida, Frances, Mario and Lisa, with an age difference spanning 12 years, grew up in the northeast neighborhood referred to as Sal Si Puedes.…

  2. ramon deanda - presidio artist

    In early August, Ramon met me in his tractor at the intersection of HWY 67 and the dirt road that leads to his studio. He doesn’t technically have an address yet and the dropped pin via google maps led me down a wrong dirt road, so I was relieved to…

  3. luis armendariz - the presidio lumberyard

    This week I returned to the Presidio Lumber Yard, one of three hardware stores in Presidio. I first stumbled into the Lumber Yard about a year ago, looking for house painting supplies.  Luis Armendariz greeted me from behind the counter, where he had been sitting chatting with a friend while…

  4. welcome to texture presidio

    Welcome to Texture Presidio. This project is a living/breathing creature that will likely morph as it grows. My objective is to illustrate the textures & narratives that make Presidio County unmatched I aim to expand my seven-year-long (+)  photography exploration & education of the Chihuahuan Desert & share a variety…

  5. training day

    training day.  upon entering the lounge car - my preferred seat on a train, i was struck by just how many passengers there were this time around. only a handful of us boarded at the station in Alpine, so it was alarming to see a seemingly fully booked train. as…

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