Friday, October 28, 2016

Friends of Dard Hunter Papermaking Conference 2016

Photos from conference and around Santa Fe

Santa Fe Plaza

Vendors have their blankets out before setting up their jewelry/wares for sale.

Speakers, exhibition, receptions took place here at the History Museum. This is outside front of entrance.

Across the street from history museum

Santa Fe Botanical Garden, museum hill

Museum of International Folk Art/Museum Hill

Waiting for quiche box lunch at Museum of International Folk Art.

One of current exhibits:

Multiple Visions: A Common Bond

On long-term display
"I believe we should preserve this evidence of the past, not as a pattern for sentimental imitation, but as nourishment for the creative spirit of the present."
- Alexander Girard

depth of field created by figures made smaller incrementally moving back into space.

heavan and hell

FLAMENCO: From Spain to New Mexico

In the Hispanic Heritage Wing
November 22, 2015 - September 10, 2017

Papermaking demo with Catherine Nash

View from hotel room, Drury Plaza Inn

View from hotel rooftop - pool and whirlpool also had lunch: and last night catered dinner from Eloisa: filet mignon.

This is where we are and why.

view from hotel room


selfie in the room

right by the hotel The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi

Well, we both do really look better!!! Nice fall leaves. Photo by church, park, hotel.

Walk from hotel to plaza.

Church. We went to Sat. p.m. Mass.

Store windows.

Pic for me to play around with a bit. Reflection in window by history museum.

Lectures/keynote speakers/programs here in the history museum.

Hong Hong demo of large scale paper pour.

some of her paper.

Tom Leech

Tom Leech.
c-u Hong Hong set up for paper pour - the modular mould.

Pulp painting for demo w. Yama Ploskonka: The Blotter Vacuum Pump.

Naomi S. Adams and Rachel Mayer: Natural Plant Dyes and Paper.

La Fonda Hotel, architects Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter and John Gaw Meem   Dinner here the first night in La Plazuela menu: hotel:

street side table. chess or checkers anyone?