Maya of Guatemala Portraits at the Smithsonian

The Fortuneteller

The Fortune Teller, 2000

I am very proud of my husband, Michael Plyler, for his eye and his craft in photography. A large body of his work, Maya of Guatemala Portraits, photographed over the last thirty years, will be added to the permanent collection of the National Museum of the American Indian at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. These beautiful black and white portraits will now have a permanent home and it is an honor to have Michael recognized in this way. Here are just two radiant and compelling examples from this body of work.

Bracelet Girl

Bracelet Girl, 2000

Zion Canyon Music Festival 2013 Poster winner!

Zion Canyon Music Festival posterThis is the poster concept I submitted to the Town of Springdale and I learned last week that it was chosen as this year’s Music Festival poster! I’m excited. I still need to do a little work on it AND the lineup of musicians is entirely fictitious for now (although I would die and go to heaven if Alabama Shakes would play here!!!). Let me know what you think of this poster—criticism glady accepted!

 
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