This page is undergoing a complete transformation, in time. So far we've added two programs than comes from a recent real estate website project - the Bart Prince-designed home in Albuquerque,
and another that's a southwestern piece with photos by E.S. Curtis and art by E.I. Couse. Above is a brief slideshow highlighting the Prince home with luminarias, or farolitos, a traditional New Mexico cultural reality that's very simple - a paper bag with a "cuff"(a double fold usually) at the top for stability, an inch or so of sand, and a votive light candle. The music is "A La Nanita Nana," a traditional Spanish carol/lullaby, performed here by the Vancouver Chamber Choir. The first program below, "An Afternoon in March," is a bare-bones look at the same residence.
The last show, "Taos Pueblo Courting Love Song,"
used on our blog, is imagery put to the flute music of Gary Stroutsos,