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June 30, 2006


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The Art of Possibility
by Rozamund Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander

"... Historically, artists have been employed by leading institutions to bring emotional truth to established principles. Yet in our new global society, no institution has the wide acceptance to create values and directions for the majority of people. Markets in free societies are rapidly replacing governments and religious institutions as regulators of the highest authority, and markets perform without values; they do not converse in a human tongue. The arts can break new ground here, bringing human consciousness to bear on these flows of product and capital, energizing our interpersonal connections, and opening new doors for invention and practice."
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A Travelogue

I'm sitting in a coffeehouse in Payson, AZ. It is mid-day, and we'll be driving a couple more hours to the AZ/NM border to camp at altitude tonight and tomorrow. Sunday, we arrive at the house in Cliff, NM. We have been having a great time, but are very happy to be returning to light-switches and running water on demand.
Rich Kurczak - 6/23/06

Yampa River - about 200 yards from where it meets the Green River at Echo Park at the bottom of Dinosaur Monument/Wilderness.


A hike into an old, abandoned homestead about 1 mile from the Echo Park Campground
Shadows as we returned from the homestead hike

View of a valley from a peak outside of Escalante, UT in the Grand Staircase wilderness.

Gropius House, 68 Baker Bridge Road, Lincoln, MA - (781) 259-8098 - built 1937

click here to see Gropius House Floor Plans

Gropius House - I - June 2006


Gropius House II, III, IV - June 2006

   Walter Gropius, founder of the German design school known as the Bauhaus, came to teach at Harvard in 1937 and designed this house as his family home. Modest in scale, the house was revolutionary in impact. It combined familiar elements of New England houses-wood siding, stone foundation, and brick chimney with industrial materials, like glass block, acoustical plaster, and chrome banisters, and the latest technology in fixtures. Every aspect of the house and its surrounding landscape was planned for maximum efficiency and simplicity of design. The house contains family possessions and an important collection of Bauhaus furniture designed by Marcel Breuer.


Redbud Wind - energy project archive
Updated 5/19/06

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for the Redbud Wind I site at Enid, OK.

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