PhotoSpiva Selection!

I learned a couple of days ago that this image has been selected for exhibition and entry into the 2015 PhotoSpiva Competition at the Spiva Center for the Arts. From a field of 809 images by 153 photographers, only 85 were selected. I will be shipping this image to the museum for exhibition beginning Friday, MarchContinue reading “PhotoSpiva Selection!”

Bushwhacker Bluff Shelter

Last week we visited one of the bluff shelters along the White River excavated in the 1920s by archaeologist Mark Harrington. From this work, Harrington concluded that there had been a distinct native American culture he called the Ozark Bluff Dwellers. While that notion is no longer considered valid — these were Caddoan people usingContinue reading “Bushwhacker Bluff Shelter”