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Urban Landscape Paintings by Patricia Chidlaw

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Eerily empty landscapes impart a sense of modern decay

Patricia Chidlaw's vision of Southern California doesn't reflect any of the things we typically associate with the area. There is no Hollywood glam, no surfer cool. Instead her landscape paintings depict a decaying, enigmatic California, eerily empty of humans yet filled with their imprint. Like mystery film stills, there is a sense of narrative to the paintings, but it's up to the viewer to......read more

A Force for Nature

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A new book from John Adams, founder of the Natural Resources Defense Council.

In 1969, raw sewage floated through the waterways of New York City and soot from smokestacks choked the air. The situation was much the same in other American cities. John Adams and his wife Patricia decided to do something about it, creating the Natural Resources Defense Council in New York City. Today, the group has 1.3 million members along with a staff of over 300 scientists, lawyers, and......read more

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