Category Archives: Projects

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Monday Morning – Denver

Our first weekend working at the Denver Art Museum is behind us. I think I like Denver, our experiences here over the last year have been nothing short of positive.  The downtown area isn’t too big, easy to get around read more »

Posted by Bill at 11:33 am in Art Projects, Marvelous Mud, Projects | 2 Comments

Upcoming New Mexico Magazine Article – Athena’s Mother’s Adobe House

Last year we did a post on Athena’s mother’s house in Santa Clara Pueblo just north of Santa Fe in New Mexico.  It’s almost been about a year and a half since the house was completed and it looks absolutely read more »

Posted by Bill at 8:21 am in New Mexico, Projects | 10 Comments

Our Summer Schedule-Marvelous Mud and European Tour

Marvelous Mud Program – Denver Art Museum – July 9th thru July 24th In July we go back to the Denver Art Museum to be part  part of the museum’s summer program entitled “Marvelous Mud – Clay around the World.”  The read more »

Posted by Bill at 2:46 pm in International, Projects, Travel | 1 Comment

Earth Floor – Diamond Mountain Buddhist Community

This past weekend I spent a day helping/teaching three young folks installing an earth floor in a 400 sf straw bale cottage belonging to 33 year old Nicole Davis.  Short of installing the kitchen cabinets and sink, this was the read more »

Posted by Bill at 7:40 am in Buildings, Projects, Southwest | Leave a comment

A Long Overdue Post

I keep thinking I should post something to my blog, our past 3 months have been ridiculously busy.  However, I’m poised to fill in the blanks with a series of short posts of our happenings over the past several months. read more »

Posted by Bill at 11:39 am in Canelo, Projects | 2 Comments