CELEBRATING STANFORD ADDISON
With Lisa Jones, Angelique Midthunder & Teresa Neptune
Teresa Neptune Studio / Gallery
Saturday, August 22 - September 14, 2009
Opening Reception, Reading & Video Presentation: Saturday, August 22, 2009, 4:00-7:00PM
Lisa Jones will Read at 4:30, 5:30, & 6:30PM. Her book will be available for purchase.
Photography Exhibit, "Wind River" - through September 14, 2009.
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Call or come by 505.982.0016
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616 1/2 (Canyon Alley) Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501
A writer, a filmmaker and a photographer join together to celebrate the Arapaho horse gentler and traditional healer who has inspired them and who is the subject of their creative talents.
Lisa Jones will read from "Broken: A Love Story," the true story of her friendship with Stanford. The book intertwines the story of the restless white narrator with that of Stanford, whom she quickly learns can gentle people as well as horses. This ability wasn't apparent in his younger years, which were spent busting broncs, dealing drugs, and seducing women. It started developing when he was 20, after an accident left the young rebel a quadriplegic. His remarkable and inspirational transformation from outlaw to renowned healer drives "Broken: A Love Story," which has been hailed as "the most important and beautiful book to come out of the West in a decade" by best-selling author Alexandra Fuller. For more information on the book, please go to Lisa's website: www.brokenalovestory.com
Angelique Midthunder, Santa Fe based filmmaker, will present and sign copies of her groundbreaking documentary film “Silent Thunder," winner of the Gaia Award (Moondance Film Festival). "Silent Thunder" shows Stanford Addison working with horses and people at his Wyoming corral and talking about his philosophy of universal acceptance. For Stanford, life is greater than it appears and our problems are smaller than they seem. For more information on Angelique, please go to www.Midthunder.com
Photographer Teresa Neptune will exhibit the black and white photographs that she shot as stills on location during the filming of “Silent Thunder.” Neptune was awarded the Willard Van Dyke Memorial Grant in Photography by the New Mexico Council on Photography for the series, “Wind River". These photographs present Stanford, his family and his horses against the impressive backdrop of the Wind River Mountains in Wyoming. They also capture behind-the-scenes shots of Angelique Midthunder and her crew filming “Silent Thunder.” Photo exhibit through September 14th.
See some of the portfolio here:
A portion of the proceeds from sales will benefit the Stanford Addison family.
Special thanks to Garcia Street Books
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