This series of mixed media/textile paintings began in 2018 and Helmericks-Louder continues to add to the series. The body of work explores trees and their relationships with the living planet. Each landscape was researched over a two-year period of on location painting. High desert trees, aspen groves, and coastal island woods are all represented in her work.
Annie Helmricks-Louder currently lives among the trees outside of Warrensburg, MO.
In the Edelman Gallery: One Room Schools in the Kansas Flint Hills - Tom Rawson
Rawson has been traveling the roads of the Northeastern Kansas Flint Hills in search of abandoned rural schoolhouses. He found and photographed over 50 in Riley, Pottawatomie, Geary, Marshall, Morris, Jackson and Wabaunsee counties that are still on their original sites and not currently being used as homes or museums.
Tom Rawson lives near Wamego and spends lots of time traveling the backroads of the Kansas Flint Hills.
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