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  • User Avatarglenda { those not from the west, see "important" things, that everydayers do not consider a second look! thank you for passing along, dear ann. } – May 26, 12:51 PM
  • User AvatarBernard Friedrich { Great shots of familiar spots. The magical weirdness of the California and Arizona deserts. Thank you. } – May 24, 1:11 PM
  • User AvatarJack Perrault { I was just going through my fathers estate items and found Freda Marshall 1960 titled Sunshine and Shadow. Sure would like an idea of value?... } – May 14, 12:20 PM
  • User AvatarRobert Gomer { Dear Ann, You have brought to life the amazing connection that Agnes Pelton had with Cathedral City and her desert experience. The Cathedral City Historical... } – May 12, 11:00 AM
  • User AvatarAnn Japenga { Hi Glenda, I'm glad to hear the painting you rescued is in the exhibit. For anyone who wants to read the story of Glenda's epic... } – May 12, 10:04 AM
  • User Avatarglenda { we could all use more agnes peltons in our neighborhoods, what a gem! open house afternoon tea, every day, does it get any better! thank... } – May 12, 8:22 AM
  • User Avatarjim develyn { Another fascinating story. Agnes is a wonderful writer as well. She has that fullness in her writing, that at the same time is so casual... } – May 12, 6:26 AM
  • User Avatarclaudia byran { How blessed we are to have these desert descriptions in her own words. Although the area has changed so much, there are pockets that are... } – May 12, 4:45 AM
  • User Avatarwarner graves { thanks Ann for setting the record straight regarding Pelton's landscapes. I see in her "deserts" a deep appreciation of nature bordering on the spiritual. The... } – May 11, 2:19 PM
  • User AvatarGlenda Rice { Wonderful article, I so enjoy reading her words and thoughts. Thanks Ann for another article on Agnes Pelton, we can't to see the show. I... } – May 11, 2:15 PM
  • User Avatardonald street { I have what I suspect is a print of a swinnerton 35x37 called Grandview point. printed sometime before 1990. I would like to know if... } – Apr 28, 8:36 PM
  • User AvatarTeresa (Morrissey) Turpin { Charleen Wiersma, this would make you my cousin since I am Roy Morrissey’s youngest daughter. I own a couple of his paintings but interested in... } – Apr 25, 11:11 AM
  • User AvatarAnn Japenga { Hi Robert, You're lucky to find that Carl Eytel painting, as they are very rare. For an appraisal, you might try Ron Vander Molen, owner... } – Apr 24, 2:47 PM
  • User AvatarRobert Bayly { I came across a watercolor of Mission San Diego that is signed Carl Eytel. Where could I get it appraised? } – Apr 24, 3:22 AM
  • User AvatarJennifer { For a short while, my husband and I owned Agnes Pelton’s house and studio in Cathedral City. It was a quiet and peaceful place with... } – Apr 20, 9:30 AM
  • User Avatarglenda { thank you! dear ann! for food for the heart eyes/soul newsletter! a "vacation" from the world! } – Apr 19, 10:08 PM
  • User AvatarCarren Jao { It is a pleasure to bring your beautiful writing and research to a larger audience. Thank you for trusting us with it, Ann. } – Apr 19, 10:27 AM
  • User AvatarToti Bell { Wow! Scrolling down these stories I feel as if I'm bringing up a new treasure with each artist. Thank you! } – Apr 19, 7:33 AM
  • User Avatarglenda { nice/fabulous interview! food for the soul! sigh....on that little maynard dixon' navajo land! and the magnificent cowboy painting by ginny's dad! keep up the outstanding... } – Mar 31, 12:51 PM
  • User AvatarAnn Japenga { Hi Myrna, I'm glad that the Agnes Pelton exhibit led you to the story about Christina Lillian, and to an interest in Cathedral City. Pelton's... } – Mar 26, 1:24 PM
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  1. Bob Vinton
    March 7, 2019 at 3:44 pm

    have a great painting by anne hollinger of desert scene,I would like to sell or find some relatives ,my health is such that I have to get rid of my art collection

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