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Oral History and Art in Taos
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    • Oral history interview with Ouray Meyers

    • Oral history interview with Ouray Meyers
    • 2012-07-12
    • Ouray Meyers, a lifelong resident of Taos, New Mexico, is an artist and gallery owner there. Ouray talked about his childhood in Taos and his experiences living among other Taos artists through the years. He discusses the method of his art and his...
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.
    • Oral history interview with Anita Rodriguez

    • Oral history interview with Anita Rodriguez
    • 2012-07-12
    • Anita Rodriguez, an artist in Taos, New Mexico, talks about the themes in her paintings, her creative process, and the research behind some of her works. She also talks about being a woman and being involved with adobe construction and preservation.
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.
    • Oral history interview with Carolyn Hinske

    • Oral history interview with Carolyn Hinske
    • 2012-07-13
    • Carolyn Hinske, former schoolteacher, relocated to Taos, New Mexico. She talks about her entrance into the art culture and describes the various techniques she uses for creating wearable art. She shares several examples of her scarves and explains...
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.
    • Oral history interview with Sherrie McGraw

    • Oral history interview with Sherrie McGraw
    • 2012-07-13
    • Sherrie McGraw, an artist living in Taos, New Mexico, spent her childhood in Oklahoma. She discusses training under various artists and developing her own style which she refers to as abstract realism. She also talks about moving to Taos and the...
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.
    • Oral history interview with Inger Jirby

    • Oral history interview with Inger Jirby
    • 2012-07-16
    • Inger Jirby, a native of Sweden, became a resident of Taos, New Mexico, in 1990. Inger discusses her early desire to be an artist and shares some of her journey prior to arriving in Taos. She explains her love of color and the various geographic...
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.
    • Oral history interview with James Rannefeld

    • Oral history interview with James Rannefeld
    • 2012-07-16
    • James Rannefeld, a resident of Taos, New Mexico, since the 1970s, is an experienced artist, woodworker and teacher. Quality and creativity are the two basic priorities in his work. He talks about his craft and the art market, as well as his role in...
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.
    • Oral history interview with Pat Woodall

    • Oral history interview with Pat Woodall
    • 2012-07-17
    • Pat Woodall, a resident of Taos, New Mexico, since 1980, began painting for a career in 1988. He shares his philosophy about the making of art, how he creates monoprints, and the appeal of Taos to artists. He also speaks about commissioned pieces...
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.
    • Oral history interview with Gloria Longval

    • Oral history interview with Gloria Longval
    • 2012-07-17
    • Gloria Longval, a resident of El Prado, New Mexico since 2009, decided at an early age she wanted to be a painter. She talks about training to be a painter, the inspiration behind her work, and about relocating to the Taos, New Mexico, area late in...
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.

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