RADIO TRAVEL HOST PAMELA WILSOn FEATURES CULTURAL SITES & Treasures OF Los Angeles & SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. TREASURES OF THE WEST IS BROADCAST ON KPFK 90.7 FM IN LOS ANGELES & ON THE WEB AT KPFK.ORG

Hear the current radio interviews featuring the Gene Autry Museum Exhibition on David Bradley’s Indian Country and artist Harry Fonseca. Then to the Arlington Gardens in Pasadena to a drought tolerant hidden mediterranean garden. Click below to hear Podcast

CURRENT RADIO SHOW: My visit to the Gene Autry Museum features two Native American contemporary artists, Harry Fonseca and David Bradley’s Indian Country. Harry Fonseca uses Coyote as a heroic symbol to fully embrace his Native American culture. David Bradley’s work echos the commercialism in Sante Fe as well as the stereotyping of Native Americans in Hollywood, using a playful use of vibrant color in his art. We then travel to a hidden Mediterranean garden tucked away in the city of Pasadena called the Arlington Gardens. This hidden oasis is filled with drought tolerant plants and flowers founded by passionate gardeners who’s sustainable approach to landscape is an inspiration to visitors.