January 26, 2016

Nature and Art

Two artists who also love nature are joining forces in the desert west of Tucson to provide a gigantic outdoor space for sculptures and other exhibits. Ted Springer and Kate Hodges earned their masters of fine arts at the University of Arizona at different times and met in Tucson after Springer had graduated. By then, he had started to buy some property for a dream project in the desert and was later joined by Hodges. Now they own 25 acres. They call their land, “The Land With No Name Sanctuary for Homeless Sculpture." Producer: Tony Paniagua
Videographer: Bob Lindberg
Editor: Sandra Westdahl
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