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free your mind…

New stickers and screen prints.

 

owen-holding-his-sticker

Owen, now 11, holding a sticker of himself with his brother Aidan in the background getting a snowball ready for his noggin.

 

owen-throwing-snowball

 

family-portrait-(dogs-+-cat)

 

owen-at-little-colorado-overlook-(no-text,-sepia)

 

stephanie i am the change (revised blue) 5 inches

 

jc with coal cloud (4 inches)
step-on-jr's-house

Individual stickers are $3.00 each or buy 2 for $5.00.  Contact me at jetsonorama@gmail.com if interested.

 

step-holding-step-on-jr's-house

Stephanie rocking the screen print of her image on JR’s former house outside Tuba City.

 

police-line-(toren)

For backstories + ordering info head over to http://www.jetsonorama.net and look for the “shop” tab.

Peace.

people’s climate march commemorative screen print

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people's-climate-march-(monica!)

in anticipation of the world climate summit (this december in paris) you can show the painted desert project some love by getting a one color, hand pulled (by the good people at ocelot print shop in detroit) commemorative screen print on 19 x 25 archival paper.  they’re a limited edition of fifty, signed, stamped + numbered for $50.  if interested, hit me at jetsonorama@gmail.com.

peace.

don’t ski the pee

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rayann wanland

photo by raeann wanland

 

debbie leavittphoto by debbie leavitt

the arizona snowbowl (the ski resort in flagstaff making snow from reclaimed waste water while desecrating a site considered sacred to 13 local tribes), is expanding.  in 2012 i connected with local artists and activists asking them what they thought of the initial proposal to make snow from waste water.  their responses were written on their faces, photographed and 2 murals were made in downtown flagstaff.  with the news of the recent expansion, i returned to the sagacious words of diné musician, activist and filmmaker, klee benally and his wife, princess – “what we do the mountain, we do to ourselves.” thanks to everybody who stopped by and gave me love today.  it’s always appreciated.

kicking it with j c + the family

ha!  silly me.  i thought i was just going to jc’s house to get a photo of her holding my new 1 color, hand-pulled screen print on archival paper (which features her as a 6 month old).  but no…

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“rethink coal”

15″ x 25″ archival screen-print                        embossed, signed + numbered for $35

meanwhile, if you’re going to dream, dream big!

hank's-mom-in-mirror hank-+-his-son dream-big dream-big-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

owen at the crossroads; back to the future…

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4.  with jeff wilson + clara bensen (styling)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.  with jeff wilson + clara bensen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

with jeff wilson + clara bensen

Artist Nils Westergard painted a mural in the fall of 2013 of a young man (Calvin Smith), from the community of Inscription House.  Last spring there was a day when the wind gusted up to 70 miles/hour resulting in several panels of the mural being blown off.  With great effort a friend and I repaired the painting.  (Thanks Stella!)  The same thing happened this spring; however, before being blown off a second time the piece was tagged by the Route 16 Lost Boyz.

I wanted to interact with Nils’ original piece and found a one of my favorite photos of Calvin Smith’s nephew, Owen + attempted to create a dynamic between them where they’re considering their futures.  Thanks to Jeff Wilson, Clara Bensen, Daniel Fararra + Nils Aucante for an amazing day!

 

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