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|1st-Mile Institute: Scientists/Artists Research Collaborations|
Eco-Cultural Relevance + Creative Example-Setting.
|Abbate Fine Art|
The collection of pop art photography by Anthony Abbate come from several series which features bold still life compositions of catus art, fruit art, bird art and Buddha art all gloriously infuse with color. Drawing inspiration from a wide variety of sources, other topics include architectural spaces, flower art and beauty of the beast. Anthony’s artwork is found in collections both private and corporate around the world.
|Bob Richardson Studio|
Carol Ware creates innovative art, crossing disciplines to craft paintings, drawings, sculpture and most recently jewelry!
Creative advocacy for visual artists: writing services, design & marketing, project management, and consultations
|Creative Native Project|
The Creative Native Project is a series of documentaries and installations on the intersection between art, creativity, culture and ecological sustainability. They have been shown and produced in collaboration with museums, and aired on PBS stations, nationally on FEC-TV, as well as by conservation groups and botanical gardens. I put a lot of emphasis on my passion, ancient trees as well as a wide range of interviewees and locations.
|Danae Fallier Studio|
My colorful oil paintings explore multiple visual rhythms in geometric abstraction. I also create monotypes and drawings in my studio near Santa Fe, New Mexico. Since 1994, my award-winning work has been shown in more than 75 exhibits around the U.S. Color, and its power to move us and alter the quality of our attention, has obsessed me all my life. My work is influenced by Minimalism, as well as by my experience as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ghana, where I came to love the polyrhythms of West African music and the geometric abstraction of African sculpture and textiles.
|Dara Mark Studio|
My paintings showcase transparency, repetition, and the flow of watercolor paint. Abstract work up to 42 x 62."
Collections include:United States Embassy, Moscow, RussiaPennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (Museum of American Art)Philadelphia Museum of Art
DeeAnne Wagner creates art in two mediums — works on paper and sculpture. She uses simple forms to make light-hearted pieces. One of the most important parts of her art is its whimsy.
|Diane McGregor Studio|
Inspired by the ethereal nature of the vast desert spaces of the American West, my abstract oil paintings are minimalist meditations upon the landscape, the light, and the elements.
|Eagle Wind Press|
printmaking, large etching press
Contemporary Painting, Sculpture and Photography
|Eric Garduno Studio|
Eric Garduno is a Santa Fe native with an MFA from Yale University in Painting. His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. His creative research employs ephemeral and translucent materials to explore visual subtlety, presence, absence and relational light and color.
|Eric Swanson Photography|
Photographer serving the art community of Santa Fe.
|Infinity Art NM|
Artists studio and website
|Infinity Art NM|
Fine Art Studio
|Jamie Kirkland Fine Art|
Jamie Kirkland, one of the Southwest’s premier abstract landscape painters, has a unique voice and a sophisticated contemporary take on traditional landscape painting. Her technique is a process of action and reaction, resulting in many layers of paint and achieving an overall sense of color harmony. The State of New Mexico’s Art in public Places Program has selected Jamie’s work for purchase in their 2011 cycle. In 2006, Southwest Art magazine selected her as “an artist to watch.” Her paintings have been shown by the Utah Arts Council; the Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico; the Pensacola Museum of Fine Art (Florida); and other prominent arts organizations. Jamie’s work hangs in many prominent public, corporate, and private collections throughout the United States.
|Jan Sessler Studio|
Jan Sessler has been living and working as an artist in Taos, New Mexico since 1993. Jan has exhibited extensively in New Mexico and internationally in Guatemala, Mexico and Austria. Jan’s mixed media works on paper, monotypes and paintings incorporate the use of collage, ink, paint and drawing with found object, thread, old text and other printed matter. In 2008 Jan Sessler was awarded a grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation in New York City. In 1998 she was selected by David Witt, former curator of the Harwood Museum and author of The Taos Moderns as part of a group forming "The Next Generation" of Taos artists.
|Jennifer Joseph Studio|
My artistic investigations manifest in two and three dimensions, and involve pattern, chance, and the development of systems through which chance can act on pattern. Repetition engenders a contemplative state, and creates an opportunity to glimpse one’s inner space. And yet the introduction of chance into a pattern always has interesting visual results. The transformative effect of chance acting on structure begins to mimic nature.
In my art, I'm trying to capture the physicality of nature. Nature pulls me into the cycle of the sublime to the tumultuous. Rather than rendering I use the plasticity of various mixed media to evoke the texture, motion, chaos and beauty of landforms. My art process includes paperworks, monotypes and paintings.
Provocative concepts using unusual, alternative and digital photographic processes on various surfaces. Public Art projects including mixed media & site-specific installations and sculpture.
Digital imaging is its own original printmaking medium: the original comes out of the printer, not the monitor or whatever intention the project started with. The process enables a confluence of visual sources and personal influences in the service of making something new and unique, as opposed to the republication of existing work. Digital artistry mirrors that process of construction and deconstruction through which the past becomes the new, and through which we literally make our mark. But, for me, it’s just another pencil, taking its rightful place in the continuum of human mark-making.
Painting, Drawing, Text
|Karen Dew Fine Art|
Mixed media atist residing in Santa fe,NM. Concentration is on water based mixed media on paper and canvas. Originaly from PEI, Canada, moved here to explore the art scene and to create art.
|Kim Richardson Photo|
Photographing works of art, still life, portraits, for commercial and private use. Kim Richardson has a wealth of experience in commercial photography. For nearly a decade she photographed events and still life for New York auction houses Phillips de Pury & Co. and Sotheby’s.
Laurie McDonald is a writer, media artist, and founder of Electron Movers (Providence, R.I.). Since the early 70s, her video art has been exhibited both nationally and internationally in museums, galleries, and festivals including the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NYC), the U.S. Film and Video Festival (now Sundance), the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, and the Tokyo Video Festival. She is a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artist Grant and four American Film Institute/NEA Fellowships. She has taught video production and aesthetics at Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design (Providence), and at the University of Houston. She is also a certified Acutonics Practitioner, a sound therapy based on Traditional Chinese Medicine.
|Lawrence Fodor Studio|
I paint. In doing so, I venture towards an intellectual, intuitive and emotional balance in a journey of self-discovery and dialogue with the world in which I exist. Through painting, initiated by the pursuit of conceptual premise and translated by way of my vocabulary with paint, I access, unlock and decipher profound personal experience - which ultimately provides my most fitting and useful means of association and communication.
|Madelin Coit Studio, Madelin Coit Projects|
Multi media, text, installation, sculpture and flat work.Santa Fe, New Mexico