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Bright and bold, with a touch of Van Gogh, Kathleen Elsey’s paintings explore interior spaces, figures, still life, beaches and landscapes. She also teaches painting workshops in New Mexico and California.
Jim Eppler’s art portrays wildlife without domesticating or sentimentalizing it. Eppler is an accomplished painter in oil and water media, and a sculptor. For him, the media is a means to an end, and he employs whatever media he feels is best suited to his subject. He has received critical acclaim for his lifelike representations and expressive interpretations. Eppler lives…
Gretchen Ewert's newest body of work incorporates oil, acrylic, paper, glitter, and metallic leafs. Visually intriquing, these layered medims produce active and vivid colors. A prolific artist, Ewert's work is shown in the Boston Museum of Fine Art, Brooklyn Museaum of Fine Art, and Albuquerque Museum of Fine Art.
Gus's panoramas are grand vehicles to stir the emotions, but they also present to us an image of complexity and diversity that we will have to understand much better in the next century if we are to survive. -James Moore
Although best known for her striking landscapes, Frank doesn't limit herself to bucolic subjects.
My art includes oil paintings, mixed media, and pastels. The Southwest excites me and is the inspiration that is drawn out. From a still life of a Kiva ladder to landscapes I strive for excellence in realism. Studio visits by appointment only. (575) 770-6085. Located just two miles north of Taos and 500 ft. off Hwy. 150.
Music played on the harp at the bedside, to provide a healing environment, is my specialty.
Along with my work as a performance artist, choreographer/teacher, I have always been a visual artist (fiber, drawing and painting) with a fascination for iconic,fantasy,symbolic and spiritual themes. From landscapes, to narrative, to eclectic design my work is a variety of approaches with a love of gesture, color and line.
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I am inspired by my personal international experiences, existential psychology, the cosmic connectedness of us all, architecture and the natural world. My passion is to explore ideas that bring my personal psychology to a new or uncomfortable edge so that I break old patterns of thinking or behavior. Next, I explore what that idea or breakthrough might look like, what…
Valerie Graves is a Master Painter of landscapes, capturing the special light and essence of the mountains, sagebrush mesas and valleys of the Southwest. Many have said that her remarkably sensitive and beautiful work is extremely reminiscent of the very best of the early Taos Founder paintings. She has received numerous awards and grants including multiple Best In Show Awards…
The experience of painting changed my life. In the invitation to paint I found the freedom to paint anything, to pick any color and to drop any concern about the results. There was a feeling of getting to know myself for the first time. At once, I was at home and in a new world. The fullness of what I…
Anthony Hassett of Santa Fe is an artist/poet who uses colored pens to illustrate his passionate, satirical responses to the world.
I just recently finished showing at Cafe Loka here in Taos with the Black and Blue Cowboys series, pastel and ink on paper. The show was very successful. Please check out my website. Thank you. Danny Heim
Many of David Hinske's beautifully modulated paintings are punctuated with small crevices and openings so scumbled, translucent, and free-form they seem to appear and disappear before our eyes. Hinske's paintings are exhibited in galleries in Tennessee, California, and New Mexico. His works are collected privately and by public corporations and institutions.
Colorful Botanical & Figurative Paintings. Monoprints. Clay Sculpture. Stop in for a visit at my gallery Human Line Studio, 127 D Bent Street. Inquiries and Visits Welcome.