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Jeff Hartzer

 

When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.
Lao Tzu

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under stars in Albuquerque...

Jeff Hartzer is a poet, writer, teacher, artist, photographer, and web designer who resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico with his wife, Debra Landau , and their Schipperke dogs . He is the creator of BunnytownUSA and the author of FLAMINGOS. Jeff serves as the Executive Director of the AirDanceArtSpace, home to the critically acclaimed aerial dance troupe, AirDance New Mexico

Debra Landau and Jeff Hartzer are the Creative Partners of Aquila Arts LLC. Jeff is a Florida Native who migrated to the Pacific Northwest before settling into the High Desert of New Mexico.Jeff Hartzer is an ordained minister(2008:Universal Life Church) and is happy to officiate your wedding ceremony. Currently, he does not own a yacht.

Professional Experience:
From 1973-2000, Jeff Hartzer pursued a career in education holding certified teaching positions at: The Bolles School (where he also served as Dean of Students), Tacoma Public Schools and Albuquerque Public Schools. He also offers workshops to the public sector in creative writing. From 1985-2000 in Albuquerque with APS, Jeff served as a Native American Tutor, Teacher of the Gifted and Talented at Van Buren Middle School and Rio Grande High School. He also taught at Earthsong School (An Albuquerque Waldorf School), and was Educational Liaison for the Villa Santa Maria of Cedar Crest, New Mexico. Jeff is the Executive Director of the AirDance ArtSpace a Southwest Center for Aerial Dance.

Education:
High School: The Bolles School (Jacksonville, Florida)
College: B.A. with Honors University of the South (Sewanee, Tennessee)
Graduate Degree: Masters in Education University of North Florida (Jacksonville, Florida)
Certifications: Special Education Certification Coursework University of New Mexico
State Certified Teacher in both Regular and Special Education (Secondary Level) in Florida, Washington, and New Mexico

Jeff Hartzer

Jeff Hartzer offers Creative Writing/Journaling Workshops as well as Spoken Word Performances.

Contact by email -- USPS mail: P.O. Box 25892; Albuquerque, New Mexico 87125 -- or telephone: 505-842-9418

 

 

 



 


 


 



 

 

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Random Access Memories

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Jeff Hartzer's Old Ortega story

Palatka's Sunnypoint 1930's

Old Ortega circa 1940's Old

Ortega circa 1950's

Old Ortega circa 1960's

Parties and Adventures 1950's

Jeff grew up on an island of timeless beauty called,"Old Ortega"

Old OrtegaBridge (aka McGirts Creek Bridge)-Jacksonville, Florida

 

 

 

www.OldOrtega.com

Mrs. Sisk's Kindergarten 1956

May Fete in Willowbranch Park

Ortega School 1950's-1960's

Atlantic Beach, 1960's

BartramSchool 1960's

Debutantes 1940's

Homage to Helen Lane

You Might Be From Old Ortega if

 

 

 

 

Crossing the Old Ortega Bridge May 2014

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YOUARE

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bunnytown,bunnytownUSA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KRQE TV's Postcard from BunnytownUSA aired on March 30th, 2002

 

 

JEFF HARTZER

in backdoor twilight;

Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

Jeff Hartzer & Debra Landau

Wed on their Roof at 201 Princeton SE

Albuquerque, New Mexico

June 6th, 1987

 

 

It's all about family

 

 

Debra Landau and Jeff Hartzer

Akumal Beach, Mexico

Jeff Hartzer's Picasa Galleries

 


BLUEBLUEWINDOWS.com

An online in progress novel by Jeff Hartzer

 

 

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abq rail yards

Albuquerque Rail Yards Gallery by Jeff Hartzer

 

POETS

Poets are nuts.
Shells: broken,
scattered.
Hard to crack...
They beg to be peeled.

Jeff Hartzer
© 1984-present

 

 

 

 

FLAMINGOS by Jeff Hartzer

Limited Instant Classic Edition ... $15.00

CD and Booklet package--Buy Now with Paypal or VISA...Click Add to Cart button:

 

 

 

 

Jeff Hartzer's Poetry Sampler :

Chaos Poetry (a collection)

Tacoma Poems (1980-85)

On The Bus (1990)

JavAquila a page adrift

 

For Joy Harjo

I took her hand in mine
hoping to lend myself a hand
up from the frozen earth of my time
to the starry heavens of her time.
Thank you for your touch;
thank you for your song;
for the answers of your new world:
war less,
desire less.

Jeff Hartzer ©2010-present

 

 

A popular column for the South Valley Ink is now online

 

 

 

I will gladly learn and gladly teach.
Geoffrey Chaucer

While a teacher of the Giftted and Talented at Rio Grande High School, Jeff Hartzer penned an inspired Teaching Journal he called, The Big River.

1st wave: Teach Your Children

2nd wave: The Emperor's New Clothes

3rd wave: Until You've Been There

4th wave: Authentic Listening

5th wave: On the Bus

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Teaching

is

one

Big

River

 

Jeff Hartzer

 

CHAOS: Where brilliant dreams are born...Before the beginning of great brilliance, there must be Chaos.

I Ching


Complete Lyrics

www.FRESHCHAOS.com

2000-2010

TIME FADES AWAY

 

 

First large mothed bass

 

 

 

Tacoma with Alice Walter

Mount Rainier - Washington State

Venice-Go Eurail!

BEST FRIENDS FOREVER

Air Jordan

 

 

Our 1st Schipperke, SKIPPER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TULSA

 

JOPLIN

 

Fergus

Puma,Jordan

Puma

Fergus

 

 

GONE - NEVER FORGOTTEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jeff Hartzer at Jim Morrison's grave, Paris

 

USMC Captain, Joe Hartzer

Dorothy Corcoran and Joseph F. Hartzer

Dorothy Hartzer, Jeff, Marguerite Corcoran

 

Marguerite Corcoran, Joe, Sophie Mitchell, Dorothy

Earl Moeller aka BigDaddyEarl

Tom McMillan

 

gram parsons

Gram Parsons-Bolles School

 

CAR WORLD

GURUDOG ONE - a 1991 BMW 325iX outside of Truchas, New Mexico

THE NEWER GURUDOG - a 2005 Chrysler Crossfire

Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico

This N.M. license plate was retired in 2014.

 

Always LOVED cars, boats, trains, and planes

Dorothy Hartzer,Jeff, Marguerite Corcoran

My first car a VEGA with Dorothey and Jonathan Hartzer

I survived many Florida rides on this Honda Hawk

This 1967 Mercedes 250s brought me from Jacksonville Florida to Tacoma, Washington. Four years later, this beautifully strong classic car carried my future bride and I all the way to Albuquerque, New Mexico.

I was a Rural Mail Carrier for a brief time. Best part of that gig was fixing up and enjoying for a number of years this 1971 AMC Mail Jeep with a 272 six cylinder Chevy engine and doors that opened oh-so-wide.

Jeff Hartzer created the ALBUQUERQUE AUTO AFICIONADOS at the DUKE CITY FIX

COMMUNITY SERVICE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On Scene PHOTOGRAPHY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Albuquerque Police Department Protest -- March 31, 2014.

JOURNEYS THROUGH THE PAST

Ancient Archival Links and Galleries

 

 

NHCC's CIRCO LATINO 2010...an online gallery by Jeff Hartzer

 

 

Lovin'Liv Tyler

Mad About Mel

BunnytownUSA

Galleries:

First 'Rabbithole Gallery'

Balloons over Bunnytown

BUNNIES: 12/2002

Bunnies by Wayne Klick

Madonna Bunnies

Artichoke Bunnies

BunnytownUSA: 09/09/2010

Save the bunnies!!

Snowfall

Ultimate cuteness

Spring

Hoppy Bunzaa!!

 

Bunnytown Blog

Debra Landau

Don Halquist

Paintings of 'Martinart Dancers'

'Vertical Hold' AirDance NMexico at KIMO

An Homage to Gurumayi

An Homage to Helen Lane

Fun With Martha Stewart

Elle Macpherson

GOOGLING STARS


Big Daddy Earl in New York

Jeff:Lost in Space

Jeff:Self Portraits

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