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About the Artists

Tony Anella and Cara McCulloch have been friends for forty years.  They both grew up in Albuquerque and share a deep love for the land and culture of New Mexico.  It is this love that inspires their creation of the Land Quilt.  Today more than ever before, they believe there is a need to rediscover a more graceful way of interacting with the earth.  Beauty, for them, is distinguished by this grace.  It begins with a certain humility and a respectful attention to Nature, and ends with a sense of the infinite wonder of it all.  As artists, they are interested in promoting a sense of beauty based on this wonder.

Funders

McCune Charitable Foundation

The FUNd at Albuquerque Community Foundation

Audubon New Mexico (Fiscal Agent)

Collaborators
(in alphabetical order)

Barry Kirk (time-lapse photography)

Brian Panasiti (computer renderings)

Claudia McCulloch (fabric funnel prototype and quilting)

Don MacCornack (structural engineering)

Gerardo Romero (installation)

Jill Mowery-Litt, Rader Awning, (fabric funnel fabrication)

Joe Doyle, Iron & Stone, (wire frame fabrication)

Kim Arthun, Vital Signs (sign fabrication)

Kim Murphy, UNM (site selection)

Lisa Verploegh (installation and photography)

Melody Mock (website)

Pat & Frank McCulloch (quilting)

Richard Mertz, Esq., UNM (legal agreement)

Robert Reck and Mary Elkins (aerial photography)

Suzanne Mortier, UNM (liaison and project champion, plant selection)

Airborne Heat (hot air balloon)

Plants of the SW (plant selection)

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