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Artist Resource (Non-Profit)

Artist Resource (Non-Profit)

New Mexico Museum of Art

The New Mexico Museum of Art was founded in 1917 as the Art Gallery of the Museum of New Mexico. Housed in a spectacular Pueblo Revival building designed by I. H. and William M. Rapp, it was based on their New Mexico building at the Panama-California Exposition (1915). The museum's architecture inaugurated what has come to be known as "Santa Fe Style." For nearly 100 years, the Museum has celebrated the diversity of the visual arts and the legacy of New Mexico as a cultural crossroads by collecting and exhibiting work by leading artists from New Mexico and elsewhere. This tradition continues today with a wide-array of exhibitions with work from the world’s leading artists. The New Mexico Museum of Art brings the art of New Mexico to the world and the art of the world to New Mexico.

Artist: Digital Media

Artist: Digital Media

Jonathan Morse

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.

Artist: Mixed Media

Artist: Mixed Media

Eric Amabe Garduno

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.

Joan Potkay

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.

Meta Art Studios

Fired copper is the signature of my work.This process literally arose out of the ashes of the Oakland fire of 1991,(2011 is the 20 year anniversary) after my studio and home burned to the ground. While digging through the rubble, amid my tears and grief, I discovered beautiful burned rolls of copper that inspired a dramatic redirection to my artistry / artistic endeavors.Handmade paper is the “canvas” that enhances the organic, “soft” feeling of my creations. The unique nature of my work is in combining fired metals, paper and other materials to represent nature’s process of aging as found in rusted metals, dry river beds and stained stone walls. This is my life's aspiration.

Tom Miller
Tom Miller Studio is the site for video, sculpture, painting by the artist Tom Miller from Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Artist: Painting

Artist: Painters

Danielle Shelley

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
My paintings showcase transparency, repetition, and the flow of watercolor paint. Abstract work up to 42 x 62."
Jordan West
Painting, Drawing, Text
Willy Bo Richardson: New Works and News

Willy Bo Richardson received an MFA in painting from Pratt Institute in 2000. He lived and worked in New York City for a decade, where he immersed himself in the international art scene. In 2007, Richardson returned to his hometown of Santa Fe and accepted professorial positions at Santa Fe University and Santa Fe Community College. In May 2011 his work was included in the exhibition titled, “70 Years of Abstract Painting – Excerpts” at Jason McCoy Gallery in New York. The show assembled works by a selection of modern and contemporary painters, including Josef Albers, Gene Davis, Hans Hofmann and Jackson Pollock. His work and vision was featured on the PBS weekly arts series ¡COLORES!

Artist: Photography

Artist: Photography

Joan Zalenski
Provocative concepts using unusual, alternative and digital photographic processes on various surfaces. Public Art projects including mixed media & site-specific installations and sculpture.

Service/Resource (Business)

Service/Resource (Business)

Cavasphere
Creative Advocacy for Visual Artists. CAVA offers: writing services to artists from a critical viewpoint, creative consultations, and design collateral.
Kim Richardson Photography

Santa Fe based photographer, 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.

Collective

Collective

Meow Wolf

Meow Wolf is an arts production company that creates immersive, multimedia experiences that transport audiences of all ages into fantastic realms of storytelling. Our work is a combination of jungle gym, haunted house, children’s museum, and immersive art exhibit. This unique fusion of art and entertainment gives audiences fictional worlds to explore. The Meow Wolf Art Complex is home to Meow Wolf’s first permanent installation, House of Eternal Return.