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  • William Fox on Metabolic Studio in Lone Pine

    Metabolic Studio in Lone Pine — Part 1 of 4

    April 26, 2012   |   By William L. Fox

    May 2012 I’ve traveled down the Eastern Sierra from Reno to Lone Pine, a five-hour drive on what I’ve always considered to be the most beautiful road in this part of the country. Lone Pine is in the middle of the Owens Valley, and to the west Mt. Whitney rises 10,000 feet from the valley... View Post

  • William Fox on Metabolic Studio in Lone Pine

    Metabolic Studio in Lone Pine — Part 2 of 4

    April 26, 2012   |   By William L. Fox

    Monday evening, and the progressive meals by Kevin West and Tom Hudgens (graduates of the renowned Deep Springs College nearby) have moved through a miner’s lunch (based on home-canned food such as sauerkraut) and into a Mexican dinner. The inspiration for the latter was a description by local author Mary Austin from her essential book,... View Post

  • Linda Fleming’s Drawing Retrospective in Fallon

    April 12, 2012   |   By William L. Fox

    Installation View Left to Right, Template, 2003; Stone Stairs, 2006; White Cave, 2006; Puddle, 2012 on floor The Oats Park School in Fallon, Nevada was designed in 1914, retired and eventually placed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places in 1990, and then in 1995 repurposed as the Churchill Arts Council’s multi-discipline cultural... View Post


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