nevada museum of art: wander nevada

November 14, 2014

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I am so excited to share today that Nevada Museum of Art is now carrying a collection of cards from my Wander Nevada Collection. This has been in the works for several months and I owe special thanks to Jackie Clay, Director of Retail and Reception Services and Rachel Kingham for taking the leap with me.

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This is a dream come true for me as I have such a great respect for our museum here in Reno and it is the first step for the types of shops I want to carry my work.

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The images in the Wander Nevada Collection were inspired by the rugged beauty of Reno and its surrounding farmland. My interest lies in the past and the generations that settled the area many years ago. Farm implements left to rust against the changing seasons and the vibrant colors of equipment from a bygone era beckon me to reflect on those that came before us.

Have a great Friday everyone and a fabulous weekend. I’ll be back next week with a look at my new studio and all sorts of other goodness.

{all product images taken by Kyle David Jones}





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