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Robert Mirabal

His first flute came when he was 18 with money he borrowed from his grand mother, and shortly after wards he had the opportunity to meet Native American flute player R. Carlos Nakai who greatly influenced him.

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Greg Moon, Owner/ Artist

Keeping the funky in Taos. Located on Gallery Row in the central historical district, Greg Moon Art prides itself in continuing the fine art traditions of Taos. We specialize in contemporary works ranging from oils to assemblage. Our annual national show endeavors to provide a showcase for up and coming talents to gain exposure in the New Mexico art market…

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Rod Morgen

Painting the New Mexico landscape as seen from the kayak. Oils, watercolors and pencil sketches.folio for artist Dan March. Delightfully haunting images of monsters, mystery, and magic.

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John Murray

The Vestige series sculptures embody a feeling from the past yet are very much of the present and future. As such, they might be described as markers reminding us of the illusion of linear time.

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Margaret Nes

Margaret Nes has lived in the Taos area since 1969 & continues to work as a visual artist here. Her primary medium is pastel, & her pieces include many local landscapes & architectural subjects. Her style is distinctive and reflective of her deep commitment to this area she calls home. Her work can be seen in Taos at the Wilder…

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Richard Nichols

Richard strives to render, in his words "a visual poem" with each stroke. Whether brushed in oil, a textured charcoal to a splashing stroke of watercolor he tries capture not of the knowing but of the feeling. Allowing that unknown creative spirit to be the guide of his works from that of a Sunflower petal of a Still Life, Bustling…

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Valerie Nielsen

Just as sound/vibration is seen as an originating vehicle in this process of manifestation, I utilized a diagrammatic version of measuring sound waves as a formal element in these paintings, as a means to convey the cycle of origin and return.

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Jarosson Nukowski

Surrealist Painting — art, painting, Fine Art, Gallery, Surrealist Painting, Museum, Angels, Fantasy

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Ken O'Neil

My goal is to paint images that can exist in two worlds, the ancient and the modern.

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Robert Parker, Artist

Robert Parker is an artist living in Taos that works in glass, painting, sculpture and printmaking. His works are derivative of light, pattern and color.

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Pat Pollard

As an abstract painter, my influences are not always obvious, even to me. The narrative or base layer of a painting begins long before paint touches canvas, starting with a concept that is synthesized and distilled into the bones of two-dimensional form. Composed of color layers that alternate warm and cool within a minimal structure, my work is inspired by…

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Deborah Rael-Buckley, Narrative Ceramics

My award winning narrative ceramic sculptures explore levels of memory and its constructs, dealing with personal, familial, cultural and historic narratives. They are coil built and excavated and use layers of imagery and complex surface treatments to enhance the storytelling nature of the sculptures.

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Amy Rankin

My work is reaching a point where my ideology and imagery are coming together, It reflects contemplation of life's process of growth, stagnation, learning and change directly as well as metaphorically.

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Winter Ross

An illustrator by profession, Winter Ross works in the mediums of fabric collage, intaglio printmaking, and traditional drawing and painting. Sample portfolios can be found on Facebook, and www.winterross.net

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Wesley Rusnell

Exhibiting at the Mission Gallery in Taos since 1963, received various awards at the former Stables Gallery and works in various museums and private collections. Earlier works were oil, large nudes. Currently they are, primarily, watercolor landscapes.

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Elizabeth Rusnell

Works in polymer clay, primarily necklaces. The jewelry is sold at the Mission Gallery in Taos and the Santa Fe museums and can be seen in Lark 500 productions.

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Wesley Rusnell

Painter of watercolor landscapes based on living in the Southwest and travels elsewhere with his wife Elizabeth.

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Ed Sandoval

Each painting evolves with a shimmering red undercoat that establishes the energy for what is to come.

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Maiores Sculptor

Voluptatibus maiores alias consequatur aut perferendis doloribus asperiores repellat.

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Charlotte Shroyer

Charlotte "Charlee" Shroyer paints contemporary images of human and animal figures as well as natural landscapes, arches, and structures created by man over the centuries.

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Charlotte Shroyer

Charlotte Shroyer, represented by Open Space Gallery in Taos and Amsterdam Whitney Gallery in the Chelsea Art District of New York City, combines contemporary figurative images into her abstract paintings.

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Marsha Skinner

To me, these paintings are about the reconciliation and integration of opposites.

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Robbie Steinbach

Robbie Steinbach is a photographer, printmaker, and book artist. Her exhibition Corporeal/Intangible opens March 15, 2013 at the Encore Gallery in the Taos Community Auditorium. She will be exhibiting prints with fellow artist Randall LaGro. In August 2013, Steinbach will be returning to Venice, Italy, for her second artist residency under the auspices of the Emily Harvey Foundation.

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Jean Stevens

A multimedia artist and educator. Her art is often an act of atonement and respects Anselm Kiefer's quote, "Art is difficult, it's not entertainment."

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Ron Stock

Fauvist landscape painter who changes colorful styles with the weather, depending on if in Mexico in winter or in Taos in summer. Also an author, Harry's Secret is available at Amazon and ekindle

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Daniel V. Suazo

Daniel's use of Pueblo designs, various plants/animals and selection of color make each S.A.D.W. piece a work of art.

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Teresa Swayne

With a masterful eye for color, weight and form, Teresa Swayne creates abstract monoprints that speak with excitement and eloquent grace.

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Gina Tecocci

Her art ranges from free-standing sculpture to site-specific installation and environmental works. Organic materials, such as tree branches & roots, willow, and basket materials, are used extensively, as well as found objects.

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Terry Thompson, Photographer

Terry shoots many different formats, and is perhaps best known for his panoramic images. His fine art prints are sold for commercial and residential décor applications, he shoots and licenses stock images via two stock agencies including his own website, and he does architectural photography for architects and developers.

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Mimi Chen Ting

I make abstract acrylic paintings. oil monotypes, and site-specific performances based on the movements, weights, and measures of lines, forms, colors, and spaces. My process is play, organization and distillation.

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Delinda VanneBrightyn

Sculptor, Delinda VanneBrightyn, works in kiln-formed glass and bronze to create contemporary figurative and organic abstract works which speak of life, growth and revelation.

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Jim Wagner

Paintings of landscapes and his singular animals are perhaps the most popular subjects, though his paintings of women (particularly those painted in the late 70s and early 80s) are also in great demand.

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Johnathan Warm Day

Contemporary acrylic paintings depicting life in Northern New Mexico.

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Suzanne Wiggin

The scenes in Wiggin's paintings may come from the use of imagination, but they are not imaginary.

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Willi Wood

The photographs are pictures of my home, northern New Mexico. Living here has taught me compassion and respect for all people and cultures.

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Angie Yazzie

Each piece has its own unique design of fire clouds from the firing. Angie's work is recognized for the thinness of the walls and the variety of shapes.

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Zoe Zimmerman

The diptychs strive to reveal something of this process of choosing by including choices for the viewer. I have essentially solidified an 'indecisive moment.'

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