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Friday, December 23, 2016

Traveling In New Mexico

Afreeka Festival, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Traveling In New Mexico

Some photos from Socorro, New Mexico

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Traveling In New Mexico


Harley Riding Goddess, Ruidoso, NM


Tree House, Ruidoso, NM



Sunday, July 3, 2016

New Legends Art And Literature Zine Issue 4 "The Green Issue"


This issue of New Legends has two of my stories in it.
"Gift From Anonymous G" is speculative fiction.
"Wind Over Ocean" is a surreal piece sourced from real life.


Wednesday, March 23, 2016

My book DESIGNS is now available at Amazon.com


A Full Color Picture Book of 100 Beautiful, 
Energizing, Consciousness Expanding Designs


Here are four of the 100 designs in the book.
Click on any image to see larger size







Friday, February 27, 2015

Some Recent Graphic Design

Portfolios and Art Loop Booklet

                             
                   

Monday, February 9, 2015

My Short Film Shown At The Jean Cocteau Theatre In Santa Fe, NM

My short, punkish, comedy film, "My Whole Family Is Drunk" was shown at the Jean Cocteau Theatre in Santa Fe, New Mexico during the New Mexico Film Makers Showcase! 

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Here is a list of places that the New Mexico Filmmaker's Showcase will tour. I got this from the New Mexico State Film Dept. website at: www.nmfilm.com......Check their site for more info

I would love to attend them all. Hope you will too!


Belen Flight & Film Festival: belen-nm.gov
March 14 - 16, 2015

Taos Shortz: taosshortz.com
March 19 – 22, 2015

Experiments in Cinema: experimentsincinema.com
April 15 – 19, 2015

Albuquerque Film and Media Experience: abqfilmexperience.com            
June 1 – 8, 2015

Roswell Sci-Fi Film Fest: filmroswell.com
July 2 – 4, 2015

Filmstock New Mexico: filmstockfilmfestival.com
September 5-6, 2015

The Dark Frame Film Festival: darkmattersfilmfest.com
October 23 – 25, 2015

Santa Fe Film Festival: santafefilmfestival.com
December 2 – 6, 2015

Monday, January 26, 2015

New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase A Huge Success

Wow! What an honor to be included in this year's New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase!

At least 200 hundred people showed up on Saturday, January 24 for the evening showing of the best of each category, and probably the same number but in a sort of cascading effect throughout the day on Sunday, January 25, which was an all day affair.

I had the honor of meeting and chatting with Rochell Bussey of the New Mexico State Film Office, a beautiful, brainy woman largely responsible for the Filmmakers Showcase and for upcoming touring Film Festival showings across New Mexico. (nmfilm.com)
Rochelle Bussey
 of the New Mexico State Film Office
(Photo: Rosalyn Stevenson)

I also had a nice chat with Dirk Norris of the New Mexico Film Foundation (http://www.nmfilmfoundation.org/), who works tirelessly to help indie New Mexico film makers.

These people are making history in New Mexico as they support indie film makers.

One of the great things about this film showcase is that it includes films of a wide variety of genres and levels of accomplishment by the various artists. This really helps all of us who labor in our studios without recognition unless something like this happens for us.

The films this year were just really amazingly well done and the variety was really a great overview of New Mexico people working in video.

So Thank You, Thank You to these great, innovative, forward thinkers!!


Tuesday, January 14, 2014

2013 ~ A Look At the Year

All Photos and Photo Collage © Rosalyn Stevenson
Revealing A Community of Creators In the Mountains, In the Deserts And All Around
By Rosalyn Stevenson

In 2013, the Ruidoso Free Press printed, in the “Zine” about 51 stories and photos from this writer, mainly interviews and chats with some amazing people.

Amongst these stories have been, to name a few, a writer known across the nation who is almost as much a legend as those she writes about (Elizabeth Fackler); artists whose works will be visible in the museums of the area for generations, perhaps centuries (Peter Rogers; William Goodman; Ven Voisey; Jessica Kirkpatrick; Derek Chan); American crafts men and crafts women and artists who labor with their hands and the materials of the earth to bring beauty into the world (Georgia Stacy; Mike Lagg; Steve Sabo; Jerry Longbotham; Yolanda and Robert Espinosa; Zoe de Negri; Lay Powell; Rory Combs) artists from near and far whose one passion is to express the ineffable for those of us who cannot (James Tsoodle; Cheryl Gaer Barlow; Kathleen Cotton) contemporary artists living quietly in country studios who are gaining world recognition through their work (Paula J. Wilson) and many more.

We have learned that a little boy drawing at the kitchen table with only a pencil and a piece of writing paper as tools can grow up to be a master draftsman, an artist who brings honor to the title “American Western Artist” (Virgil Stephens).

We have learned that a young girl who was rejected for art school because she had no money for a proper portfolio and who dropped out of high school because of the despair, can go on to become a recognized, sought after sculptor, whose works are collected by celebrities (Misha Malpaca).

We have met a female woodcarver who did not let loss of her sight keep her from touching and carving wood (Madeleine Sabo) and a young man who, though he is known nation wide as a tough mountain boarder, is not afraid to sit on the couch and knit with his grandmother, and is brainy enough to make a business of the hats they make (Matt Silva).

 We have been introduced to filmmakers who break new ground as they strive to advance the technology of film making through digital media (Jay Tavare; Brett Nichols; Alan Trever; Dusty Deen).

We have seen job creating programs in the film industry developing in junior and high schools (Desert Lights Film Festival) and in local branches of universities (Roswell, ENMU and Ruidoso ENMU).

We have met a man who is so modest in his demeanor you would never guess that he was the man who dealt the World Series of Poker for many years (Gary Morgan) and his brother who is a regular on New Mexico movie sets (James Lane).

Through these stories and many others, we have come to see that our part of the Southwest in New Mexico is positively brimming over with interesting people. The community of creators is alive and well in the mountains and the deserts, in the high and the low places, the visible and the hidden places, and we have seen that artists of high reputation (Susan Weir-Ancker) can and do attract teachers and artists of world-class ranking to the area to enhance and enliven even more this broadly diverse community (Joe Bova, Fulbright Fellowship winner).

The response to these stories, from the artists and the public as well, has been tremendous and I am pleased and proud to have been able to work with the Ruidoso Free Press to shine the light of public recognition on the people who agreed to be interviewed by me in 2013.

The year 2014 promises to be just as full of insight into creative, interesting and colorful lives!
Happy New Year Everyone! READ STORIES HERE