Kayla Blundell was born and raised in West Texas. She moved to Las Cruces in 2011, and in 2016, was selected for the Friends of the Organ Mountain-Desert Peaks National Monument Artist-in-Residence Program. These photographs and abstract paintings were created during her residency at the monument, or were inspired by it.
Through her artwork, Kayla expresses her love and passion for the beauty that surrounds her – ranch lands with roaming cattle, the river and farmlands, and the national monument. Her photography encourages others to appreciate farm and ranch life. In her mixed media work, Kayla uses papier–mâché to create a three-dimensional effect and allow the viewer to experience the sensation of the mountains and the maar volcanic crater known as Kilbourne Hole.
Kayla Blundell’s goals are to remind people that we live in and are surrounded by magnificence; we should never forget the beauty of it; and we should share this rich culture with our children and grandchildren.
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