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Tom Murray "South toward Lamy", NM 36" x 48" oil
"Autumn Array" is the annual fall gallery show. Featuring new works by Tom Murray who's Santa Fe sunsets and dramatic land views are commanding. Charles Thomas's work in both lively abstracts and impressionistic cloudscapes are both commanding. Sean Wallis hails from Utah and presents his colorful Italian scenery and western focused pieces in oils. Mark White, a Santa Fe artist and newcomer to the gallery, is represented by his outstanding abstract paintings.
WASHINGTON – Two days after President Barack Obama asked for $3.7 billion in emergency funding to help stem a rising tide of immigrant children on the Southwest border, lawmakers on Capitol Hill were split over the request.
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Tom Murray, a master landscape painter and self-taught artist, shows his autumnal aspens and cottonwoods in "Tall Trees Gone Gold," a show displayed Nov. 10-Dec. 10 at Jane Hamilton Fine Art.
Contributed photo, "Color of Autumn," by Tom Murray.
Jane Hamilton Fine Art is celebrating its one-year anniversary at Skyline and Campbell with "Sizzling Summer Sensation," a celebratory show opening with a reception Friday, Aug. 20.
Contributed photo, Tom Murray painted "Monsoon Sky at Dove Mountain."
America's greatest sporting event has reached the round of 16, where the sweetest college basketball teams — not to mention a nation of fans — catch their breath after opening weekend buzzer-beaters, upsets, exhilaration, despair and warranted exultations from couches across this great land of ours.
Many conservatives and libertarians were so turned off by recent sins of the GOP leadership in both the Bush administration and the Congressional leadership that they either became or stayed independent voters. A vocal handful drifted off to other parties like Libertarian or Constitution, but the meager voter returns those options garnered recently should illustrate their current lack of general appeal. I sympathize with them and was once an advocate of that approach.
Tickets are on sale now for the Arizona Theatre Company's 2009-2010 season.
courtesy photo, Tom Murray's "Monsoon Over Picacho Peak" is part of "A Sizzling Summer Celebration," on display Thursday, Aug. 20, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Jane Hamilton Fine Art.
The current debate over the morality of using of torture to secure vital information is hardly new. We had it almost 40 years ago, only in a fictional setting in the 1971 movie Dirty Harry.
I have met Grover Norquist and read his book “Leave Us Alone.” I generally concur with his thesis about building a political coalition around those who want little from government, and recognize the motivation behind his asking legislators to sign off on a “no new taxes” pledge. I agree that in most states Americans are overtaxed and over-regulated. But the detail devil again arises.
April Lacey, , ExpNews@ExplorerNews.com