Photo, Print, Drawing Horacio Valdez's home and workshop, Dixon, New Mexico
About this Item
- Horacio Valdez's home and workshop, Dixon, New Mexico
- Kalb, Laurie Beth (Research team member)
- Fleischhauer, Carl (Photographer)
Created / Published
- Dixon, New Mexico, June 23, 1984
- - Folklore--New Mexico
- - Photographs
- - Ethnography
- - United States -- New Mexico -- Dixon
- - Index data: Image numbers and descriptions: at the home of Horacio Valdez, Dixon NM: 1-2, front of Horacio Valdez's house; 3-7, from up the hill behind Valdez's house; 3-4, looking straight down, house on the left; of the two smaller structures on the right, the little shop is closer, the larger studio (an old house) farther away, also view down and across the valley with Horacio Valdez's vegetable garden at the bottom, near creek; 5, view up (down?) the valley, turning "left" from the scene in the photograph in images 3 and 4; 8-9, studio, an old house next to Valdez's current (newer) house; 10-11, looking down Valdez's drive, to the right, at a concentration of buildings, a place called Apodaca, just east of Dixon NM; 12, looking up at Valdez's studio and house, from the road; 13, studio interiors (with and without flash) looking toward the stove wall, the wall closest to the new house; 14, the "other" wall; 15-16, crucifix, fieldworker's notes add that Valdez had said that he planned take this sculpture to the Feria in Albuquerque (probably Feria Artisana); 17-19, crucifix in progress (newly coated with gesso); 20, the paints that Valdez uses to paint his statues, fieldworker's notes state that these are probably acrylics and adds that some commentators believe that this is "a violation of revivalist canons that call for methods 'like the old ones.'"
- 35 mm color slide
Call Number/Physical Location
- Call number: AFC 1991/032: CF-C006
- New Mexico Folklife Project collection (AFC 1991/032)
- American Folklife Center
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Credit line: New Mexico Folklife Project collection (AFC 1991/032), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
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Kalb, Laurie Beth, and Carl Fleischhauer. Horacio Valdez's home and workshop, Dixon, New Mexico. United States New Mexico Dixon, 1984. Dixon, New Mexico. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1991032_cf_c006/.
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Kalb, L. B. & Fleischhauer, C. (1984) Horacio Valdez's home and workshop, Dixon, New Mexico. United States New Mexico Dixon, 1984. Dixon, New Mexico. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1991032_cf_c006/.
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Kalb, Laurie Beth, and Carl Fleischhauer. Horacio Valdez's home and workshop, Dixon, New Mexico. Dixon, New Mexico. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1991032_cf_c006/>.