A couple things I forgot to mention here, not all that important but, there are a few photos of Agnes through the years sitting in a rocking chair, this chair was in the possession of a local art dealer who had told me he was offering it to one of the Museum charity auctions. If I learn more about this, I'll add it here. The other thing is that Agnes Martin was very, very good to Taos, she donated funds to pay for a few projects around Taos such as the Youth & Family Center swimming pool, the restoration of the Taos Community Auditorium, and the Agnes Martin Chapel at the Harwood. These are just a few of the MANY community minded projects that Agnes helped with. People also tell me that she loved children, I know from her writings that she loved nature. When we worked at Villa Fontana (Holly waiting tables, I in the kitchen), Agnes was a frequent luncheon guest, she'd sit in the outside flower garden and have lunch. I imagine that's where Tony Huston and the New Yorker writer had lunch with her during the interview I've posted above. On occasion an Agnes Martin artwork appears with one of the major auction houses Christie's & Sotheby's along with the others, recently a work on paper sold at 5Million, and a large painting sold at 6Million. To see more of her artwork go to the Pace Gallery & Zwirner and Wirth Gallery websites.