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Micaceous iron oxide and Icelandic black sand on wood panel
2015

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  • Tia-Simone Gardner and I met on a Wednesday morning at a local café in Northeast Minneapolis. The background noise of other conversations, children’s squeals, and the muted shuffling of people just emerging from their homes to get coffee or tea on a gray November day crept into my awareness. Karen Dalton’s voice moved through the space for just one song off of her album In My Own Time. Dalton’s music is one of a drifting life and of mobility. This seemed appropriate and timely for this pl…
  • Tia-Simone Gardner and I met on a Wednesday morning at a local café in Northeast Minneapolis. The background noise of other conversations, children’s squeals, and the muted shuffling of people just emerging from their homes to get coffee or tea on a gray November day crept into my awareness. Karen Dalton’s voice moved through the space for just one song off of her album In My Own Time. Dalton’s music is one of a drifting life and of mobility. This seemed appropriate and timely for this pl…
  • Tia-Simone Gardner and I met on a Wednesday morning at a local café in Northeast Minneapolis. The background noise of other conversations, children’s squeals, and the muted shuffling of people just emerging from their homes to get coffee or tea on a gray November day crept into my awareness. Karen Dalton’s voice moved through the space for just one song off of her album In My Own Time. Dalton’s music is one of a drifting life and of mobility. This seemed appropriate and timely for this pl…
  • Tia-Simone Gardner and I met on a Wednesday morning at a local café in Northeast Minneapolis. The background noise of other conversations, children’s squeals, and the muted shuffling of people just emerging from their homes to get coffee or tea on a gray November day crept into my awareness. Karen Dalton’s voice moved through the space for just one song off of her album In My Own Time. Dalton’s music is one of a drifting life and of mobility. This seemed appropriate and timely for this pl…