Artists-in-Residence showing at Bandelier

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Art>“Three Visions of the Landscape” features photographs of a changing environment.

By Arin McKenna

Even those intimately familiar with Bandelier National Monument may find unexpected insights in “Three Visions of the Landscape,” a Pop-Up show featuring photographs from three of Bandelier’s first Artists-in-Residence.
This was Bandelier’s first year hosting an Artist-in-Residence program. David Halpern (davidhalpern.com), one of “Three Visions’” featured artists, helped to develop the program.
With 11 previous national park artist-in-residencies under his belt, Halpern was the logical choice to help launch Bandelier’s program.
“The more understanding one develops of a place overtime, the more likely it will be that one’s photography will define the character of that place,” Halpern said.
All Artists-in-Residence are volunteers. In exchange for the opportunity to spend two weeks to a month in a park, artists share a portion of what they create, usually by donating a single piece of work for educational and interpretive use.
“We get our benefits, but it’s not in terms of a salary,” Halpern said.

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