"She's not just a vestige; she's still doing it," says Teresa Harbaugh, a local art collector who visited Law in Santa Fe with her husband, Paul, a volunteer curator at the Byers-Evans. "She's a keeper of that time period." And though the gallery space is small, Paul has included a select array of memorabilia along with 25 to 30 photographs, such as the Hog Farm pot and the gun actor Dennis Hopper held in one of her photos. But "she's really the most important artifact," he notes.
Flashing on the Sixties continues through February 29 at the museum, 1310 Bannock Street; gallery admission is free. Go to www.historycolorado.org/museums or call 303-620-4933.
Mondays-Saturdays. Starts: Jan. 6. Continues through Feb. 29, 2012