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  • User AvatarSteve Lech { The extreme irony here is that myself and many other county planners, both new and old, demanded the documentation of every bit of coastal sage... } – Mar 07, 8:22 PM
  • User Avatarglenda { riverside county planning commisioner/rancho mirage builder' bill sanchez handshake with the devil, is duly noted by JACK! } – Mar 07, 7:18 PM
  • User AvatarBob Vinton { 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... } – Mar 07, 3:44 PM
  • User AvatarRobbie Orme { Thank you, Ann. I have chosen not to visit Desert X in the past; never fully articulated why. Now I understand and deeply appreciate your... } – Feb 17, 6:12 AM
  • User Avatarjim develyn { I had a chance to see the exhibit the day it opened. I highly recommend it. It is a fascinating historical look at the area... } – Feb 14, 6:28 AM
  • User AvatarGary John George { I love those pictures, especially the one at Rock Springs in the Mid Hills between the Providence and New York Mountains, I place I have... } – Feb 08, 1:42 PM
  • User Avatarjim develyn { I would encourage those who support Ann to speak up about this issue. A good place to start would be a comment with the Feb... } – Feb 05, 2:27 PM
  • User AvatarTom Baldwin { Whitewater Canyon is a fine work of art. } – Feb 04, 10:10 AM
  • User AvatarAnn Japenga { Thank you, Jim. Your friend J. Smeaton Chase should be required reading for the DesertX staff and artists. To sample Chase's deeply grounded passages on... } – Feb 03, 3:14 PM
  • User Avatarjim develyn { By the way Ann, beautiful choices of artwork to accompany your article. They are eloquent themselves, and your point is furthered by them jim } – Feb 03, 12:53 PM
  • User AvatarMarcia Geiger { Thank you Ann, for stating the reality of DesertX so eloquently. As artists, there is no excuse for disturbing the fragile environment we co-exist with. } – Feb 02, 1:15 PM
  • User AvatarBetty { I love the idea of desert X, and support it...any art installations that bring more people to see art is good...no charge and no big... } – Feb 02, 8:47 AM
  • User AvatarAnn Japenga { Thanks for the solidarity on this issue, Ruth. For those who'd like to read Ruth Nolan's thoughts on the colonization of the desert, see: https://www.desertsun.com/story/opinion/contributors/valley-voice/2018/04/16/too-many-us-now-loving-desert-death/522613002/ } – Feb 02, 8:33 AM
  • User AvatarAnn Japenga { Thanks for commenting, Diane. You have so much desert cred. I didn't know you'd moved to New Mexico. I've been looking in that direction myself... } – Feb 02, 8:30 AM
  • User Avatarjim develyn { Ann thank you for having the guts to write and publish this well reasoned and frank editorial. This idea that public spaces, whether in nature,... } – Feb 02, 6:54 AM
  • User Avatarclaudia byran { Thank you Ann for exposing Desert X for what it is: bright lights, big bangs, shiny objects--razzle-dazzle to the many, who come, leave and do... } – Feb 02, 5:09 AM
  • User AvatarRuth Nolan { YES! Incredibly well-said. Thank you for writing and posting this. } – Feb 01, 9:44 PM
  • User Avatarglenda { excellent journalism! dear ann! expecting planet earth to rehabilitate us from our unwillingness to be responsible to her! shame on you! jenny holzer! } – Feb 01, 7:35 PM
  • User AvatarDiane Best { I couldn't agree more. The desert is a living, breathing environment for wildlife & plants....not a blank canvas. So tired of artists coming from other... } – Feb 01, 6:34 PM
  • User AvatarLynne Bolwell { Thanks Ann always enlightening } – Feb 01, 5:12 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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