In 'White Buffalo' exhibit, an artist's imagination roams

Austin 360-Blizard, an assistant professor of painting at Texas Tech University, chose to divide the gallery into two worlds. On one side, a bizarro-world version of her studio/living room in Lubbock. The other side is in darkness, with a black-lit dreamworld.

When Christie Blizard was 16, she saw the white buffalo. Its name was Marigold.

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Blizard, an assistant professor of painting at Texas Tech University, chose to divide the gallery into two worlds. On one side, a bizarro-world version of her studio/living room in Lubbock. The other side is in darkness, with a black-lit dreamworld.

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