We are so thrilled that Producer Laura Rice has interviewed us for The Texas Standard, one of our favorite radio programs and websites. You can hear excerpts from our interview with Laura at this link.
We are so excited to exhibit at the River Valley Pioneer Museum in Canadian, Texas! The museum is beautiful with several comprehensive exhibits about all things Texas Panhandle. Below are a few shots from our installation. We will make a post regarding the reception date/time very shortly.
We were recently interviewed by NPR affiliate KCCU and spoke about our current traveling exhibition, Bones of Texas. If you’d like to learn more about our project, please listen below. Thank you to KCCU Producer Melissa Beck for the opportunity!
We recently exhibited Bones of Texas at the Museum of North Texas History in Wichita Falls, Texas. The exhibit was up from April 5 to May to June 1. Below are a couple of installation shots and an image from our artist talk. Thank you to all of our friends, family, and community who came out to see the show.
Hello! Bones of Texas is up at the Shirley P. Pollock gallery at the Dallas Public Library’s central branch. More information regarding the show and directions on how to get there can be found here. We had a great turnout and can’t wait to bring this work to the Red River Valley Museum in February. Please visit the Dallas show through October 31.
We are working hard to edit down our thousands of images to a selection of twenty, plus historical maps and documents that we will include in our Dallas exhibition. Below are a few of our favorites. Please join us for the reception on Saturday, 9/28 from 3-5pm!
Fort McKavett, TX
Below is a list of towns we had shot to date, as of March 2019. The list has grown and the site will be updated soon. Please contact us if you have any suggestions.
Not in alphabetical order; in order by when they were shot.
Spanish Fort, Jean, Markley, Olney, Megargel, Mankins, Dundee, Westover, Round Timber, Medicine Mound, Eliasville, Archer City, Jermyn, Graham, South Bend, Thalia, Crowell, Foard City (gone), Paducah, Valley View, Matador, Whiteflat, Amarillo, Panhandle, Stinnett, Borger, Palo Duro Canyon (Canyon), Pringle, Mobeetie, Miami, + Fossle Dig outside Miami, Canadian, Wheeler, Shamrock, Childress, Quanah, Chillicothe, Vernon, Nocona, Estelline, Memphis, Hedley, Clarendon, Goodnight, Vega, Glenrio, Tascosa / Boothill / Boys Ranch, CHanning, Dumas, Sunray, Dalhart, Perico, Texline, Penwell, Pyote, Barstow, Pecos, Toyah, Balmorhea, Kent, Van Horn, Lobo, Marfa, Alpine, Shafter, Adobes, Presidio, Redford, Terlingua, Big Bend National Park, Marathon, Longfellow, Sanderson, Dryden, Langtry, Comstock, Uvalde, Old D’Hanis, Junction, Menard, Fort McKavett, Paige, Grassyville, Manheim, Ben Arnold, Rosebud, Westphalia, between Valley Mills and Meridian, Iredell, Oklaunion, Haulk, Odell, and hundreds of in-betweens and unidentified backroad discoveries along the way.
Goodnight Cemetery [site of Charles Goodnight’s grave, Texas pioneer] – Clarendon, TX
Forgotten Bridge – Somewhere along 385 in the Panhandle
Angel that watches over Boothill Cemetery – Old Tascosa, TX
The Dutchman at Boothill Cemetery – Old Tascosa, TX
Boothill Cemetery – Old Tascosa, TX
Abandoned Church III – Jermyn, TX
Abandoned Church II – Jermyn, TX
Abandoned Church – Jermyn, TX
Near Jermyn, TX
Near Jermyn, TX
Stop Along the Way
Service Station – Texas Mile Zero
Auto shop outside Borger, TX
Archer County, TX
Through the reeds – Canadian, TX
Evidence – Whiteflat, TX
School – Whiteflat, TX
Boat – Westover, TX
Buried – Dundee, TX
Buried II – Dundee, TX
Clouds Above Field – Dundee, TX
Grasshopper – Dundee, TX
Torch – Dundee, TX
Hanging – Dundee, TX
Back Side Of Cedar Street – Megargel, TX
Post Office – Dundee, TX
Masonic Lodge – Dundee, TX
Sanders Store – Dundee, TX
Store Interior – Dundee, TX
Trinket – Dundee, TX
Sunflower – Dundee, TX
Tall Grass – Dundee, TX
Unfinished Fences – Dundee, TX
Worn – Dundee, TX
Worn II – Dundee, TX
Horses – Medicine Mound, TX
The Corner – Medicine Mound, TX
City Hall – Megargel, TX
Levels – Westover, TX
Megargal Drilling Company – Megargel, TX
Sitting – Megargel, TX
Tiles – Megargel, TX
’64 Pontiac – Round Timber, TX
Alone – Round Timber, TX
Cemetery – Round Timber, TX
Halfway to Round Timber – Round Timber, TX
Sunburnt Grass – Round Timber, TX
FDR – Medicine Mound, TX
Gas Station – Medicine Mound, TX
Sky Through the Doorway – Megargel, TX
Merry-Go-Round – Medicine Mound, TX
School – Medicine Mound, TX
School – Spanish Fort, TX
Mailbox – Westover, TX
Store – Spanish Fort, TX
Tabernacle – Spanish Fort, TX
The Classroom – Spanish Fort, TX
Two Things Once Useful – Medicine Mound, TX