Closing Party Today, 1/29

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Closing party, same art, same live music, Sunday, 1/29, 5pm.

Thanks Terry Taylor- and Rolo Castillo, Michel Cicero for the swell opening, Saturday 1/14/17 Taylor Junction Gallery, 61732 29 Palms Hwy Joshua Tree, California

2nd Saturday Art Party, Spot On exhibition opening with Holly Phillips, William Loveless, myself. Thanks Bob Fisher for special foods. Thanks Josh Kjerstad for music and sound.

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Left, far wall William Loveless. Right, Canned Hams and desert rocks by David Butterfield.

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Butter sings, Rolo’s Tiny Stage, left. Holly Phillips, right.

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Terry Taylor-Castillo, William Loveless. Spot On exhibition, beautifully summarized in this Karin Mayer photo.

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Josh Kjerstad,  Rolo Castillo silkscreen prints.

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Holly Phillips

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Michel Cicero and Cheryl Montelle

Rancho Mantequilla Yard Shots/ Location for rent. Now listed on LocationsHub.com.

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Rancho Mantequilla, looking East.

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Yard shots. Rancho Mantequilla. All photos taken on my 5-acre property, 92268.  Location available for rental. Now listed on LocationsHub.com. Video production, photography, location services. RanchoMantequilla.com. Photographs©DavidButterfield.com.

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Photographs ©2017 by DavidButterfield.com.

1978 B.P. Before skate Parx

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1978, San Francisco City College. Photograph by R Valentine Atkinson.

Road Rider 4s, 1/2 Trackers, home-made deck.

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Then SkatePark Alameda opened. 1979.

PowerFlex 3s, 1/2 Trackers, home-made oak deck.

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Commemorative poster, Fuckin A Crazy, 1964–2004 ABQ-SFO-LAX 40th Anniversary. SF Presidio, 2004. Comet (SF) longboard.

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Glenwood Hills, Albuquerque. Sandia Crest behind. In 1964, this was the newest subdivision in the Heights. Bombed down the new paved streets on home-made 36 inch walnut board, Roller Derby trucks and clay wheels, at 25 mph, no pullouts. Road rash was a wicked badge of courage.