Eskimo to the World

I am Trina Landlord and this is my blog. In a past life, Eskimo to the World documented my adventures in New York – where in minute everything can change. Much like my life changed when I moved from Alaska to the 'city that never sleeps'. From the biggest state in America to the most populous city in the United States. From the immaculate nature of the Chugach Mountains, Yukon River and Bering Sea to the urban tundra of sky scrapers, enclaves of business and cultural capitals and the nation's foremost trendsetters. From 'the great land' to arguably the 'greatest city on earth'. I made a 5,000 mile prodigious leap from Anchorage to New York City – AND BACK TO ALASKA. The determination of Yup’ik peoples to survive in harsh Arctic conditions had given me the foundation to survive on streets of New York, I will continue to chronicle the parallels of both worlds.
“Ever since she married him, she moved into his house" by Ryan Romer
I work at an art gallery. I just purchased my first piece of artwork by Athabascan/Yup’ik artist, Ryan Romer.  The piece is titled, “Ever since she married him, she moved into his house.”
What attracted me about this piece is its complexity. Its complex in the sense there is so much depth it is indescribable. I like the artists personal exploration and it spoke to me. I am affected by the feeling or mood of it. Its like a dialogue of giving and taking.

Ever since she married him, she moved into his house" by Ryan Romer

I work at an art gallery. I just purchased my first piece of artwork by Athabascan/Yup’ik artist, Ryan Romer.  The piece is titled, “Ever since she married him, she moved into his house.”

What attracted me about this piece is its complexity. Its complex in the sense there is so much depth it is indescribable. I like the artists personal exploration and it spoke to me. I am affected by the feeling or mood of it. Its like a dialogue of giving and taking.