Project Gallery

Debbie Grossman

My Pie Town

April 14 - May 21, 2011

Main Street, Pie Town , 2009-10
pigment print
10 1/2 x 14”
edition 5/15

Jessie Evans-Whinery, homesteader, with her wife
Edith Evans-Whinery and their baby, 2009-10
pigment print
10 1/2 x 14”
edition 9/15

The Fae and Doris Caudill family eating dinner in
their dugout, 2009-10
pigment print
10 1/2 x 14”
edition 8/15

Couple at community meeting, 2009-10
pigment print
14 x 10 1/2”
edition 3/15

Swing your partner squaredance, 2009-10
pigment print
14 x 10 1/2”
edition 6/15

Couple at squaredance, 2009-10
pigment print
14 x 10 1/2”
edition 6/15

West wall:

Mildred Anthony, standing by mounted animals
which she killed, 2009-10
pigment print
10 1/2 x 14”
edition 4/15

Ann Hesse, homesteader, 2009/10
pigment print
14 x 10 1/2”
edition 2/15

Virginia Norris with homegrown cabbage, one of
the many vegetables which the homesteaders grow in abundance, 2009-10
pigment print
14 x 10 1/2”
edition 2/15

Garden adjacent to the dugout home of Jessie and Edith Evans-Whinery, 2009-10
pigment print
10 1/2 x 14”
edition 1/15

North wall:

Picture of Jean Norris’ old farm home in Oklahoma,
hanging in the Norris living room, 2009-10
pigment print
10 1/2 x 14”
edition 1/15

Pie Town, New Mexico. A community settled by
about 200 migrant Texas and Oklahoma farmers who
filed homestead claims. Scene on a homesteader's farm,
2009-10
pigment print
10 1/2 x 14”
edition 1/15

Ruth Leonard secures a calf in her pasture, 2009-10
pigment print
10 1/2 x 14”
edition 7/15

Nell Leathers, homesteader, shooting hawks which
have been carrying away her chickens, 2009-10
pigment print
14 x 10 1/2”
edition 4/15

Doris Caudill, 2009-10
pigment print
10 1/2 x 14”
edition 4/15

Jean Norris and wife Virginia Norris, homesteaders
and town founders, 2009-10
pigment print
10 1/2 x 14”
edition 5/15

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