Artist Heather Green spent many childhood days and nights in La Cholla, a headland along the Sea of Cortez in Mexico. Her family had a one-room cabin built there by her grandfather in the early 1960s. The cabin was built up against a hill overlooking the rocky reef and featured jalousie windows all around. With no electricity in the place until the 1980s, many of her childhood memories, as she writes, "are rooted in this simpler existence with gas lamps, a gas refrigerator, and magical star-filled nights. We would explore the tide pools when the tide was out, swim when the tide was in, wander through the canals of the estuary, climb the fantastical granite boulders, and walk aimlessly around the unnamed labyrinthine... More >>>