Monday, October 29, 2007

Tomah I (Myrna Loy Center Show): Nothing will end until it ends

[Label:] Helena has been “discovered” by people looking for a good place to live, just as they have in so many areas in Montana and the West have in years past. Now the new gold rush of development is on, and just as in the last one, the land is impacted. Even the guardian sacred mountain Mt. Helena, which stands as our city’s symbol, is not immune from the ambition and greed of those few who measure all values by the amount in their bank account and the praise of their fellows. The difference between “needs” and “wants” is that “needs” have limits, while “wants” have none.

[Media: Ink and Charcoal on Paper]

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