Metal Sculptor living in Olancha, CA. Educated in Berlin, she now lives with her daughter in the Eastern Sierra mountains. Her art comes from within, inspired by the solitude of the desert.
At the intersection of US 395 and the 58 lies a treasure house of automobile memorabilia and WW II vehicles.
A self-taught historian and protector of the giant intaglios in Blythe, CA.
A migratory Desert Painter of the Southwest. Jim travels in a motor home and stops wherever his palette wants him to.
Author and professor at College of the Desert. Ruth writes poetry and edited a first of its kind book on the literature of the California Desert - "No Place for a Puritan".
A gentle soul who has an eye for finding things in the desert that he turns into art. Johnny takes us on a tour of his house, filled with desert treasures.
A Tribal Historical Preservation officer for the Lone Pine Paiute Shoshone. Kathy tells stories about restoring the balance that was once known to the people who lived there thousands of years ago.
A story about Llano del Rio, a co-operative colony that existed in the Antelope Valley from 1914 - 1917. At one point, there were an estimated 900 people living and working in the colony.
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