A word from Victoria Price

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‘This year’s tour is particularly near and dear to my heart as it highlights the special bond my dad and I shared about art in general, and Native American art in specific. My dad was one of the earliest and most vocal advocates for Native American artists and served on the Indian Arts & Crafts Board for 15 years. Peter Fuller (the curator of the 2015 Vincent Price London Legacy Tour) and I will be guiding you on a trip from New Mexico to California, visiting some incredibly powerful and sacred places. This includes a visit to Chaco Canyon led by my brother, VB Price, as well as trips to Santa Fe, Acoma, Hopi, Sedona, then on to Hollywood and the Vincent Price Art Museum. Our 10-day journey culminates in a very special memorial observation for my father on the beach where we lived and where my father’s ashes were scattered.’ Victoria Price

 

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  2. Donald Glinis

    Mary Kay and I very much wanted to go on this great tour but with our daughter’s upcoming wedding, etc., we can’t make it this year. I plan to go next year and really look forward to it. We are both artists and I have a strong interest in film history, anthropology and of course a big fan of Mr. Vincent Price. I have film memorabilia displayed throughout our home including several with Mr. Price. He was such an intelligent and classy fellow, high class and very cultured. Have a great week.

    Sincerely yours,

    Donald William Glinis

  3. Bryan Hewitt

    This is going to be the holiday of a lifetime for me !, because I have always wanted to see the Vincent Price Art Museum , now to be able to share the experience not only with such fabulous and dear friends I made last year duriing last year’s glorious Vincent Price London Legacy Tour 2015 (Camp Vincent) with my friend Toria Price..but This year’s American Adventure will take in the Chaco Indians , Santa Fe , Albuquerque , Vincent’s homes (of which I shall be excited just to stand outside!!!), but meeting Barrett Price ,Vincent’s son who from what I have read is not only a fascinating man , poet and champion of 1st Citizen causes he is also a superb man….

    I couldn’t be more excited!

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