Just over a week ago, my husband and I embarked on a last minute art delivery across the state of Texas. My medium format film photography has been traveling across the country in an adorable airstream trailer full of art, vintage, vinyl, and provisions for the road.
I met the folks with Small Room Collective this past March when we were in Marfa celebrating my birthday. They were kind enough to welcome my artwork into their beautifully curated mobile gallery and shop. It’s been great fun to follow them on Instagram and see my artwork traveling all over the United States. Be sure to check out their tour schedule to see when they will be in a city near you!
The clouds in West Texas are always awe-inspiring, but these were particularly stunning and went on for miles.
Even the rest stops were beautiful! We crossed paths with this Harley couple several times along the interstate when stopping for gas or taking a snack break. The handlebars on her bike had the most amazing fringe.
After turning off the interstate to head toward Marfa, the landscape is sprinkled with beautiful mountains and mesas.
I looked up through the sunroof and was treated to this beautiful view.
It always amazes me how many power lines are stretched across uninhabited areas to get to these small West Texas towns.
We only got to spend one night in Marfa, which is a first. It takes so long to get there, we always try to stay a few nights or more. Even though it was a quick round-trip, I was still able to enjoy the relaxed energy that makes Marfa such a great escape from the city. Look at those clouds!
May your journey be your muse,