Thursday, March 21, 2013

James Christensen's "Low Tech" to hang in Jet Propulsion Lab's New Space Building

James Christensen's "Low Tech" to hang in Jet Propulsion Lab's New Space Building


Christensen fine art editions collector Steve Cunningham recently donated a framed edition of James Christensen's Low Tech to the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, CA. Receiving the gift, from the left, is Stephen Kulczycki, Deputy Director of Communications and Education for JPL, and  Dr. Charles Elachi, Director of the JPL. On the right are Mr. Cunningham and his daughter, Mrs. Tracy Pellegrino, an employee of JPL.

"I donated Low Tech to JPL because of the spirit of the barnstormer and, as the poster says, 'Before there was high tech, there had to be low tech.' It seems appropriate that the framed print now hangs in a place of honor in JPL's new Space Building."

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