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Matt Niebuhr is an artist and architectural designer living and working in Des Moines, Iowa.

.../miscellaneous - is a personal journal, self educational in nature, containing notes and images that inspire me, or that I wish to learn more about - as such, it includes works by other people as noted with full acknowledgment and credit to authors and sources where possible.

I also share content of my own making that I think is worth sharing with a larger audience. If there is any work by others who object to having their work posted here, I will remove the content if so requested.

Visit Matt Niebuhr - Works a site featuring my work exclusively. I established a studio practice pursuing personal work in the summer of 2012 named "West Branch Studio". In 2013 I became a contributing artist and designer with RDG Dahlquist Art Studio and RDG Planning and Design, a multidisciplinary design firm.

Matt Niebuhr - Drawings a visual journal of my work.

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Swimming Hole. Near Weverton, NY
Later bulletin from Albert Grubel: two hundred and eighty people were killed in car accidents on Memorial Day, well over the newspaper prediction, and forty-one had been ‘drownded’ —three hundred and twenty-eight in all. A party had gone out to pick flowers, and one of the girls had strayed away, and they hadn’t found her yet, and bloodhounds had been sent after her. A little boy had also strayed, and bloodhounds had been sent after him, too.
—Edmund Wilson, Upstate: Records and Reflections of Northern New York

lbmdispatch:

Swimming Hole. Near Weverton, NY

Later bulletin from Albert Grubel: two hundred and eighty people were killed in car accidents on Memorial Day, well over the newspaper prediction, and forty-one had been ‘drownded’ —three hundred and twenty-eight in all. A party had gone out to pick flowers, and one of the girls had strayed away, and they hadn’t found her yet, and bloodhounds had been sent after her. A little boy had also strayed, and bloodhounds had been sent after him, too.

—Edmund Wilson, Upstate: Records and Reflections of Northern New York


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