Author Archives: simpletoenchant

2018 Travels: Nashville

Nice Cave soundsuit at the Frist art museum.

Downtown scene.

Nashville public library

The Crying Wolf.

Not pictured: the best meal I had this year, at Butcher & Bee. Still daydreaming about that whipped feta.

 

 

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2018 Travels: Kentucky

Green Hollow Farm, near Park City, KY:

 

Dinosaur World, Cave City, KY:

Wigwam Village #2, Cave City, KY:

Friendly reminder at a diner in Cave City, KY:

Franklin KY’s claim to fame is it’s where Johnny Cash and June Carter got married:

 

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2018 Travels: Arizona

Kusama fireflies, Phoenix Art Museum

Yayoi Kusama’s “You Who Are Getting Obliterated in the Dancing Swarm of Fireflies” at the Phoenix Art Museum.

Patagonian Mara

A Patagonian mara hanging out in Tucson.

Saguaro National Park, Lisa Eisenbrey

Saguaro National Park.

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2018 Travels: West Texas

Freezing fog in Alpine, Texas on New Year’s Day.

 

Stop talking. Alpine, Texas.
 

Outside Fort Davis, Texas.
 

Marfa, Texas. Photo by @ikhandoit2

Basecamp Terlingua

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The Standoff

collage, eisenbrey, birds, shells

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In good company

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The Poet

Prints available at Turning Art.

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Googly-eyeing the west

I went out to West Texas and embellished it a little.

Googly eye mailbox. Alpine, Texas. By Lisa Eisenbrey

Googly eye post. Balmorhea, Texas. By Lisa Eisenbrey.

Googly eye post. Fort Davis, Texas. By Lisa Eisenbrey.

Googly eye tree. Junction, Texas. By Lisa Eisenbrey.

Googly eye pipe. Marfa, Texas. By Lisa Eisenbrey.

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Progress

Prints available at Turning Art.

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Chronicle of a love affair

“Libraries are reservoirs of strength, grace and wit, reminders of order, calm and continuity, lakes of mental energy, neither warm nor cold, light nor dark…. In any library in the world, I am at home, unselfconscious, still and absorbed.” – Germaine Greer

University of Texas 

New York Public Library

University of Washington

Seattle Public Library

Seattle Public Library

New York Public Libray

New Orleans Public Library

Los Angeles Public Library

University of Texas

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