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Annular Eclipse

I was very fortunate to travel with friends to be on the exact centerline of the Oct. 14, 2023 annular solar eclipse at Chaco Culture National Historical Park in New Mexico. We gathered at the campground two days before the eclipse and woke up at 4:15…

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Infinite Night

The Infinite Night exhibit in the Schaefer International Gallery at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center, Sept. 6 to Oct. 22, 2022. A big mahalo to Neida Bangerter, Jonathan Clark, Peter Holland and everyone at the gallery for the super installation. Their hospitality made the experience…

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Opening Night

Aloha all! It’s been a whirlwind trip on Maui so far. The greatest part of this trip is my sister Maya met up with Ann and me and our good friends Jon and Amy from the Bay Area came for the show and to see the island.…

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Heading to Maui

Aloha everyone, Ann and I are headed to Maui for the exhibit of my night sky photos, Infinite Night, at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center. Mahalo to Schaefer Gallery director Neida Bangerter for sticking with the idea over the last 3 years and a couple of…

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Big Prints!

All the printing is finally done for the Maui exhibit! I inspected and signed the giant prints produced by Laumont Studio in Long Island City, Queens, on Tuesday. They really look great in person, although it’s hard to get across the scale in these blog photos. A…

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Preparing for Maui exhibit

In March 2019 I was artist-in-residence at Haleakala National Park in Maui, Hawaii. At the end of my residency, Neida Bangerter, director of the Schaefer International Gallery at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center, offered to show my work at the gallery. Well, a year…

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New Mexico surge

  Social distancing at Ft. Union. My walk back to the housing area (rooftops on the left). (Click on photos to enlarge) It’s been a busy week since I last posted to the blog. New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham issued strict restrictions due to a surge in…

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Viva Las Vegas! (NM)

The train station, still in use. (Click on photos to enlarge). Yesterday I drove down to the town of Las Vegas for some shopping. Somehow there is another town called Las Vegas. This one is much smaller than the Nevada version and there aren’t any casinos. It has…

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On the high plains: Ft. Union

  Driving towards the plains on I-25. I’m here on the high plains of New Mexico as the artist-in-residence at Fort Union National Monument. The park is at 6,775 feet in altitude and the wind is howling across the plain this morning. Ranger B.J. told me soldiers stationed…

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Sky, Moon, Sun

Join us for the opening of Sun, Moon, Sky, an exhibit of night sky landscapes by Stan Honda, on Friday, Jan. 17, 2020 presented by Tribeca New Music and nancy manocherian’s the cell. On display will be Stan’s striking images of the night sky, eclipses and the space…

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