Texas Rangeland & Other Series at LMFA

Solo exhibit at the Longview Museum Fine Arts

January 15 - February 26, 2011

Artist Talk January 15 at 6:30p

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Concho Resources

Tim Leach, Chairman and CEO of Concho Resources, commissioned the series Forgotten Planes.  He has permanently loaned 57 prints from this body of work to the corporation and installed them in conferencing areas throughout the Concho Center headquarters ofices in Midland, Texas. Designed by Rhotenberry Wellen Architects, Midland, Texas, the spaces were formed with the prints in mind from the onset.

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Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) / Phase 1

Southwest Educational Development Lab has permanently installed ten prints from five series (Artifacts, Under the Shadow of Baja, Lost Landscapes, Forgotten Planes and Watermark) in their new corporate headquarters at 4700 Mueller Blvd next to Dell Children's Medical Center in Austin, Texas.

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Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) / Phase 2

Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) purchased 11 prints from four different series (Transmissions, Different Perspectives, Forgotten Planes and Artifacts) to add to the 10 prints from five series they currently have permanently installed. They are located in their own building at 4700 Mueller Blvd next to Dell Children's Medical Center in Austin, Texas.

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Fasken Center Lobbies / Tower 1 & 2

Work from two series (Metropolis and Texas Rangeland) were permanently installed in the common areas of the Fasken Center office complex in downtown Midland, Texas, for the owners, Wexford Capital, as part of a major renovation.

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Forgotten Planes, Book Release and Exhibition

Solo Exhibit at the Museum of the Southwest, Midland, Texas

January 29 - February 28, 2010

Opening Reception and Artist Talk, January 29 at 6pm

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