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  • Around the Volcano
    by dlucht on March 2, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    How long do you need to sit doing nothing before you become extinct? This ancient rock heap in front of me holds that secret deep inside beneath the earth’s crust. Palo Huerfano, as the caldera in these Picacho Mountains is called, has a 12 million year history of dormancy according to […]

  • Remembering Raleigh
    by sgraves on June 22, 2020 at 5:09 pm

    Raleigh, NC was in the news today. About a hundred of their citizens pulled down a couple statues from the Confederate Monument in downtown Raleigh late Saturday night. I watched the video and was amazed that I would ever live to see that. It took me back to 1989 when I moved there for my … […]

David’s Blog

Life in the Hyphen Connecting Art - Life

  • Welcome Home
    by dlucht on March 23, 2022 at 4:52 pm

    Life in the Hyphen - Connecting Art - Life When we reached the exit from airport security we found our guide Ahmed holding a sign with our names on it. He greeted us with “Welcome home!” which I thought was just a charming version of “So glad to see you!” or “Welcome to Egypt”. But […]

  • “Achromic” drawings by Randy Simmons
    by dlucht on November 2, 2021 at 6:22 pm

    Life in the Hyphen - Connecting Art - Life Paducah School of Art & Design, 905 Harrison St, Paducah, KY • Friday, October 29, 9:00am – Thursday, December 9, 3:30pm We enter into another’s suffering at great risk and with uncertain reward. Yet we must go. The only option is the sterile […]

Stefanie’s Blog

Accidental Truths Exploring the unexpected through watercolor

  • Carried Away
    by admin on February 26, 2022 at 4:18 pm

    An unexpected turn of events presented the next subjects for my women portraiture series, ”You’re So Pretty.” Last fall Dave and I were invited to dinner with some friends in San Miguel de Allende at Paprika, a popular restaurant with an outdoor courtyard and nightly performances. That night […]

  • What’s it like to be a woman in a “man’s”...
    by admin on January 6, 2022 at 11:50 pm

    I’ve known Kelsie Gray for most of the time I’ve lived in Paducah. I’ve known her through a few transitions in her profession, first as a college writing instructor, then painting houses for a living after that gig disappeared, and then suddenly realizing that instead of seeing house […]