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During this relaxed virtual gathering, slow down, turn inward, and enjoy the present moment with art. Using our powers of observation and interpretation, we'll spend the session diving deep into one work of art. This practice is perfect for anyone who wants to connect more mindfully with art and explore its potential meanings—or for anyone who needs a break from the pandemic insanity! A sliding scale is available for this event.
Pat Pecorella's work expresses deep feelings about her inner world and relationships. Inspired by a life-changing sojourn in Japan and life in the high desert of New Mexico, Pat explores the experience of alternating constriction and expansion. Through her gestural abstractions, Pat gives voice to the freedom that comes from "squeezing through." Join us for a virtual studio tour with Pat for an inside look at her work, her process, and the space where she creates.
The world's premier gallery for contemporary Japanese bamboo art, TAI Modern, will exhibit important historic and contemporary works of Japanese bamboo art against a backdrop of contemporary American paintings. Japanese Bamboo Art features works by bamboo's most notable artists, including members of historic family lineages and contemporary masters such as Honma Hideaki and National Living Treasure of Japan, Fujinuma Noboru. This exhibition will provide visitors the opportunity to see a diverse selection of exceptional bamboo art. Works by TAI Modern…
Tamarind Institute Master Printer Valpuri Remling speaks on all things print with Zane Bennett Print Curator Kylee Aragon Wallis.
The figurative abstractions of painter and printmaker Stan Berning shift between refracted landscapes and the reimagined human form. "Being a painter, I was born in 1951 already an antique. After a lifetime of creating images in this post modern world I have come to champion no 'isms.' Taking to heart my eighty-year-old friend's reminder that his generation made sure everything had been done, I have proceeded to do everything in each painting," muses Stan about a recent series of oils. An…
Sorrel Sky Gallery
Artist workshop with Lyn Boyer.
Artist Andrea Vargas is known for her dynamic, gestural work. Whether she's capturing a dramatic New Mexican landscape, the human body, or the interaction between birds in flight, her work communicates emotion through impactful mark making. Intrigued by ecological relationships, light, and aspects of transformation, Andrea is currently focusing on plein air painting. During this unique tour, Andrea will share her outdoor "studio" and plein air setup, talk about her process, and discuss the experience of creating in nature.
An outdoor book signing & indoor pop-up exhibition celebrating the publication of Jonathan Blaustein's new photography book about over-consumption and its impact on the planet. Obscura Gallery is excited to present our first event since pre-Covid times that will celebrate the recent and timely publication of Taos artist Jonathan Blaustein’s photographic book, Extinction Party, published by Yoffy Press. The event will be COVID-compliant by taking place outdoors with the artist signing books and an indoor exhibition with viewing via limited…
Santa Fe Art Institute’s 2020 Labor Residents will be taking over our Instagram story feed, giving us a sneak peak into how they are engaging the theme of Labor During these times of social distancing. SFAI Labor Residents will be posting on INSTAGRAM via @SantaFeArtInstitute story feed. Online audiences are encouraged to visit the Residents’ personal Social Media pages! Follow, engage, stay connected! #SFAILaborResidentTakeover #LaborResidency2020 #SantaFeArtInstitute #ArtAndLabor
Crested Butte Arts Festival 2020 Goes Virtual! All in for the Arts Online Art Auction July 31-August 9, 2020 This virtual platform will feature the artwork of the 2020 CBAF juried artists with 80% of proceeds from the online event going back to support participating artists!
Foma’s first show of the summer opens with Tom Appelquist’s large, striking yet subtle paintings. Tom Appelquist is an architect now retired whose paintings originate from a love of drawing. Using oil paint sticks and pencil he scribbles and infills in multiple layers on both canvas and paper. The nature of the lines and the interaction of colors and layers give his paintings their character.
During this relaxed virtual gathering, slow down, turn inward, and enjoy the present moment with art. Using our powers of observation and interpretation, we'll spend the session diving deep into one work of art. This practice is perfect for anyone who wants to connect more mindfully with art and explore its potential meanings––or for anyone who needs a break from the pandemic insanity! A sliding scale is available for this event.
Sorrel Sky Gallery
A two-person show featuring the works of renowned sculptor Star Liana York and acclaimed Crow artist, Kevin Red Star. Whether consciously or unconsciously, each has made color an integral part of their work. Recognized for how they preserve historical and cultural details, and depict people and animals with dignity and respect, this show will highlight how their use of color emotes and evokes feelings. Opening artist reception from 5-7:30 pm on August 7, 2020. The show continues through August 31.
Sorrel Sky Gallery
Sorrel Sky Gallery is celebrating the spirit of Indian Market with an artist reception showcasing the gallery’s Native American artists, select non-Native artists, and several guest artists on August 14, 2020, 5-7 pm. Featured artists will include Ben Nighthorse, Ray Tracey, Kevin Red Star, Star Liana York, Maura Allen, Thom Ross, Doug Magnus, and many more. The show continues through August 31.
Sorrel Sky Gallery
Sorrel Sky Gallery is celebrating the spirit of Indian Market with a market-like setting featuring the gallery’s Native American artists, select non-Native artists, and several guest artists on August 15 and 16, 2020, 10 am-5 pm. Featured artists will include Ben Nighthorse, Ray Tracey, Kevin Red Star, Star Liana York, Maura Allen, Thom Ross, Doug Magnus, and many more. The show continues through August 31.
In TAI Modern’s upcoming exhibition, Old Growth: New Work by Lance Letscher, the renowned collage artist invites the viewer to join him in a bright new world as he embraces his forward motion away from several difficult years of personal stress and anxiety. “My use of color has leapfrogged and has become a primary focus while in the studio,” Letscher explains in an interview with Lybi Ma. “I think for a while, my work was manic and somewhat dark in…
Painter Timothy Nero is fascinated by the human mind. Through his work, he investigates questions about thought and consciousness. "I have developed a visual language that continuously cycles through my work whether it is painting, drawing, or sculpture. The forms can be seen as lines of reason, gordian knots, unraveling and severed gordian knots, loosened dendrites and coils of thought advancing and receding in a brooding atmospheric almost baroque space," reveals Timothy. Join us for a virtual studio tour with…
Sorrel Sky Gallery
During this 3-day workshop, students will learn the basics of landscape painting and will paint at least five paintings. Day will demonstrate daily and will spend individual time with each student in the class. He will also provide all the photos for the paintings so that the students will paint a variety of landscape scenes. Values, drawing, edges, and color will be the main focus of the workshop. We will also discuss materials, techniques, and the essentials that make strong…