And That Which Survives Us
        30 x 24"
        acrylic on canvas
        Crossroads Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

On February 28th, at 11:34 p.m., the Nomadic Project entered Oklahoma. Our first stop was the Chickasaw National Rec. Area. where we learned about the natural springs from Park Ranger Walter Allen.

Buffalo Springs (Yunush Kulli)

Antelope Springs (Issibulba Kulli)

Little Niagra

Painting at Vendome Flower Park

Sulfer Springs. Have a headache? Taste the healing waters, but plug your nose first!

We passed through a small town on our way to Oklahoma City and found this toy museum.

An amazing amount of time and creativity went into the Oklahoma City Memorial. Framed by 9:01 and 9:03, the minute before and after the bombing, is a still pool, along with a chair for each life lost. There is even a children's area with a wall of handpainted tiles made by children.

Engraved in the glass base of each chair is the name of the life they represent, placed in rows based on which floor they were on. At night, the chairs are lit from inside.

In front of the memorial is a commemorative wall for the victims of September 11th.

State Capitol Building, Oklahoma City

Bricktown, Oklahoma City

Barrel Restrooms at Heyburn Lake. They look interesting, but don't expect much privacy!

Texas inspired, Searching For A Sign, was placed with The Crucible Gallery just outside of Oklahoma City.

Searching For A Sign, inspired by Texas,
painted in Oklahoma.

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