name of catalogue or brochure: A Brush with Reality: Detailing the West in Contemporary Art.
author(s) of essay: Susan Hallsten McGarry
title of essay:A Brush with Reality (pp. 8-24) © Susan McGarry,
date of publication 1998
name of copyright owner: Susan McGarry,
other contact: catalogue from the Lonnie Dunbier collection
other essays and authors in catalogue:
Note: It would be good to ask Susan if she has written other essays which
she owns that TFAO has not published. TFAO has published Ryan and the Cowboys
of the 6666 Ranch, essay segments by Susan Hallsten McGarry (10/22/01),
Seasons of Light - Eternal Moments by Richard Earl Thompson; essay by Susan
Hallsten McGarry (4/5/05)
recovery matrix composite score:
From: "Stacey Wittig"
Date: Thu May 29, 2008 9:06:44 AM US/Pacific
To: "'Susan Hallsten McGarry'"
Subject: "A Brush with Reality"
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...Thank you so much for your permissions to print "A Brush with Reality".
Please see the permissions letter below, and if in agreement, please email to info tfaoi.org and me. I will be in contact again soon.
Dear Susan H. McGarry,
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In1998 the Desert Caballeros Museum published a book which included your article "A Brush with Reality", (pp. 8-24). Thank you for speaking with me about your article and clarifying that you are its owner. TFAO will be pleased to reprint the article (without illustrations) in Resource Library.
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