These days I’m living with my head in the clouds–almost literally. I am spending the month of February in Lago de Atitlán, Guatemala, a huge volcano-ringed lake so situation in the Mayan highlands that sometimes the airborne moisture gently clusters … Continue reading
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Dorothy Bunny Bowen has lived in the arid high desert of New Mexico since 1967. She started as a painter and art historian and was a textile research associate at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe for … Continue reading