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Rick Newby
Drumlummon Helena, MT 59601

Rick Newby is executive director of Drumlummon Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to research, writing, and publishing on the culture of Montana and the broader American West, and editor-in-chief of the onlinr journal, Drumlummon Views (www.drumlummon.org).
As an independent scholar, Rick Newby has written extensively about the culture of the American West and is the editor of many books, including A Most Desperate Situation: Frontier Adventures of a Young Scout, 1859-1864, by Walter Cooper; Writing Montana: Literature Under the Big Sky; The New Montana Story: An Anthology; and the Rocky Mountain Region volume in the Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Regional Cultures.
An active art critic, Rick has published many articles on contemporary artists in national and international journals, and he is the author of numerous exhibition catalogs, including Rudy Autio: The Infinite Figure; New Works: Lawson Oyekan; and Beckoned into Landscape: The Paintings of Dale Livezey.

Publish Date  August 25, 2011

Dimensions  Standard Portrait  48 pgs   Standard Paper

Category  Arts & Photography

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pmerts

pmerts says

Baraz's work is deeply, elementally appealing. And to learn he was an acrobat in circuses -- well, I don't know what to think! But then, his work is not about thinking....

posted at 09:30pm Sep 11 PST

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