Bandelier National Monument welcomes the third and final Artist in Residence of the 2018 season, Larry Hughes. Hughes is a Memphis-based artist working primarily in watercolor, drawing media, and oil. With roots in Arizona and California, his primary artistic interests are western wilderness areas, particularly National Parks, the Sonoran Desert and northern New Mexico, where he hikes trails to create art used to support later studio work.
Bandelier National Monument welcomes the second Artist in Residence of the 2018 season, Jym Davis.
Davis is a Professor of Art at Reinhardt University in north Georgia. Since 2016, He has been creating hand-made masks inspired by national park animal life and landscapes.
Bandelier National Monument welcomes Thomas Perry, the first Artist in Residence of the 2018 season.