“Why am I here and where am I going?” An exploration of self-awareness, creativity and temporary circumstances
Aired On: Apr 26, 2012
Angela Bacon-Kidwell discusses the ways she has navigated her life through visual expression and presents work from the acclaimed series "Traveling Dream," featuring surreal, dreamlike imagery rich in metaphor.
Angela Bacon-Kidwell is an award-winning photographer and visual artist who lives and works in Texas. Her photographic work has received numerous awards and honors and been exhibited and published both nationally and internationally. Recent recognitions include Nomination for the Santa Fe Prize for Photography in 2011, Finalist for the John Clarence Laughlin Award, First place...
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