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William Arms

William S. Arms, an international artist, has been awarded major grants for his work in painting and sculpture. Arms has painted major murals from Kuwait on the Persian Gulf to Chicago, Miami, Arizona, and Hawaii. He has designed home interiors, murals and sculpture for sports notables, celebraties and other designers. His sculptures are also in major collections around the world.

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Nancy Beasley

Nancy Beasley's current work is inspired by the fading small town architecture found in the Texas Panhandle and Northern New Mexico. Her palette is ofen monochromatic and her style minimalist, not unlike Agnes Martin. Beasley believes that artist expression is the most elegant means of confronting and making sense of transitions, obstacles and reinventions.

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Larry Bell

My work is about the light that strikes the surface. The interface of light and surface is my medium.

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Lorrie Bortner

My art is an expression of life; vibrant colors and shapes. My paintings are mixed media. The Tree of Life theme is a favorite as are animals. There are many murals around Taos which I have created with youth. I also do colcha embroidery. Art lessons are available by appointment.

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Saundra Bouchie, UNM adjunct theatre faculty

Saundra is an actress and director. She has been directing for the last 10 years. She teaches a dual credit acting class at Taos High School and is teaching voice and movement at UNM-Taos.

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hank brusselback

Hank has been a sculptor since the sixties and a painter since the eighties. Started in St. Louis making furniture, turned to sculpture in Maine. Attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, then got his masters in sculpture at CU Boulder, Colorado. Has been designing houses and building sculpture and painting in New Mexico for the last fifteen years.

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Lisa Burge

My intent is the pure exploration of color and line. However, I find it provocative that my work has an emotional impact on the viewer.

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Jane Ellen Burke

They began as windows and doorways, moved to more linear designs trying to capture the influence of light on a particular surface, changed into organic forms and are now concentrating on the voluptuous forms of the female figure.

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Robert Cafazzo

I studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston after which I went on to teach there for 21 years. During my teaching years I was the most requested professor for critiques by the student body. My art career has a long history of exhibiting in NYC, my artwork is included in major collections. My paintings are…

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Victoria Carlson

The artist's paintings, drawn from her dreams and creative musings, are quirky and impeccably rendered.

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agnes chavez, Artist

Installation and conceptual art inspired by the dialogue between art and physics.

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Sas Colby

Many of the works rely on the juxtaposition of words, images and found objects. Often the intimate scale of a piece requires interaction from the viewer, such as the turning of a page or the opening of a box.

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Ann Cole

Ann Cole's award-winning pastels have been described as whimsical, magical, and healing. Warm and endearing, their soft and vivid colors welcome you into her southwest world. The moon is always beaming. You will, too.

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Rodney Concha

Rodney Concha's aim is to inspire with each and every one of his uniquely beautiful works.

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Susan Contreras

Susan Contreras' oil paintings and monotypes deal with the beauty, power, and mystery of masks and their effect on the wearer.

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Michelle Cooke

STATEMENT The recurring themes in my work are fragility, transparency, balance, weightlessness, and gravity. Each work yields its meaning through the handling of the material; fragile materials used in unconventional ways. My work with glass focuses on the inherent tension between its transparency as a light medium and its aggressiveness as a projecting grid. BIOGRAPHY Michelle Cooke’s work imbues a…

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Erin Currier

Erin Currier uses paint, collage and trash to create images that comment on the global political climate and the effects of consumerism.

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William Davis

Davis explains: "Throughout my career I have never wavered in my feeling that above all photography is a form of magic. The images presented on my site and in my gallery are the result of over 40 years work and have been captured using both color and black-and-white film in keeping with the enduring legacy of photography."

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Carol De Marinis

Carol De Marinis is a classically trained portrait and landscape painter working in oil, pastel, acrylic and watercolor. She also sculpts, photographs and does illustration. Most recently she has been producing a series of ceramic sculptures of polar bears. De Marinis studied at multiple art schools, including Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. She holds a 5-year BFA…

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Dancer Dearing, Director of Marketing and Programming

Dancer is a lighting designer and technician and is a Stage Manager. She is currently business manager for Working Class Theatre.

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Michael DeYoung, Photographer

Premiere outdoor photography workshops based in Taos, New Mexico where the legendary light has drawn artists for centuries. Small groups. Individual attention. Stunning locations. You’ll learn techniques that will strengthen your outdoor photography and personal vision. Landscape and action-adventure workshops comprise a balanced mix of lecture, location shoots, image critique, and post-processing and workflow. We also offer custom photo instruction…

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Susan Dobay, artist

WISHING THAT OUR HOPE AND SEARCH FOR PEACE COME TRUE www.scenicdrivegallery.com Selected artworks by Susan Dobay are available for exhibition

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Sharon Dryflower

Her work is in the collections of the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in Indianapolis, The Denver Museum of Natural History, The Museum of Anthropology at the University of Kansas, and the Millicent Rogers Museum.

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