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Bowling, Belinda

Belinda Bowling

Chimayó

Belinda Bowling

casaescondida.com
We offer intimate and comfortable lodging, in an "authentic" New Mexican adobe Bed & Breakfast. We are located just off of the High Road to Toas (Hwy 76) in historic Chimayo, NM. We offer a full, hot, sit-down breakfast each morning. FREE wi-fi. FREE parking. FREE daily newspaper. Some rooms are pet-friendly. All of our rooms offer private baths and cozy robes. Some rooms also have fireplaces, private decks or patios, kitchenette and more. Casa Escondida Bed & Breakfast is the perfect location for visiting ALL of the most popular destinations in Northern New Mexico.
Francois, Clodie

Clodie Francois

Contemporary, Contemporary
Chamisal

Clodie Francois

mesdamescarton.com
Clodie François aka Mesdames Carton is a French native, born in Paris. She was early involved with theater, her first passion, on stage and backstage as a play writer, director, actress and singer. She also worked as a journalist for the newspaper Liberation. When she settled in New Mexico in 2000, this self taught artist began to create whimsical design furniture & one-of-a -kind sculptural lamps, merging hybrid material. The combination of corrugated cardboard, recycle wood or Masonite, willow branches and acid free handmade paper from all around the world is the particular signature of her work.
Her functional pieces convey an alchemy between the flexibility of one material and the rigidity of the other, between the light and colors of the Land of Enchantment and her own personality .
Whether they serve to shape the bold outlines of an insolent chest of drawer, a seductive night stand or a fairy like lamp, her creations vibrate with a subtle and playful elegance.
Clodie has exhibited at Taos Home Grown, Arte de Descartes, the Santa Fe Recycled Show, Casa Nova by Natalie in Santa Fe and Taos Fine Art & Framing in Taos. Her work has also been featured in the Tempo and the Santa Fean magazines.
Clodie’s creations are currently exhibited at Taos Art Collective in Taos & at Gaucho Blue in Penasco.
Her studio is open for the annual High Road Art Tour in September and all year round on appointment.

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Francois, Clodie

Clodie Francois

Sculpture, Other Visual Arts, Contemporary
Chamisal

Clodie Francois

MesdamesCarton.com
Sculpture, Other Visual Arts, Contemporary including: Lamps & furniture.
Holzman, Sandra

Sandra Holzman

Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Home Decor, Clothing
Edgewood

Sandra Holzman

etsy.com/shop/sandrasilk
Sandra Holzman, American Artist • Fabric Artist

Sandra Holzman studied fine arts at the Philadelphia College of Art and completed her BFA at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

Sandra developed the fine art of paper marbling into a technique for producing large scale fabrics with one-of-a-kind patterns of flowing colors. Her work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Designers West, House & Garden Magazine and Fiber Arts Magazine.

The work of this period has become a huge favorite with the interior and fashion design industries. Such notables as Yves St Laurent, Mary McFadden, Ralph Lauren and the Disney studios have commissioned Holzman to create unique fabric for their special projects.

In recent years, Holzman’s textile work has evolved into an exploration of color, texture and surface design on silk fabrics, using printmaking techniques, as well as, painting techniques. This is featured in the most prestigious museum shops and galleries as “Wearable Art”.

Additionally Sandra’s fine art work is evolving into a new phase of creative exploration. The cutting edge painting, drawing and monotype printing adds to Sandra Holzman’s exciting artistic and creative repertoire. The light in New Mexico continues to drive her visual explorations and drives her printmaking with solar etching techniques. She is painting, printing and exploring the landscape of light.

Holzman is currently working with her community in guiding the new arts group Route 66 Arts Alliance. Artists, writers and musicians are working together to present 2 shows a year in Edgewood. In 2016, they are sponsoring a Summer Arts Camp for children and adults.

Artist Statement

“My interest is in the making of something beautiful. I seek to express the feeling of the moment. The challenge is to bring oneself to the act of creation with total presence. I want to capture the light and energy I feel in the landscape. This gives the work life. I use mediums that allow me the freedom to move across the surface energetically. I do not think about the act of creation. I let it flow through me.”
Oviedo, Marco A.

Marco A. Oviedo

Sculpture
Chimayó

Marco A. Oviedo

oviedoart.us
Marco A. Oviedo, Oviedo Carvings & Bronze - Chimayó, NM

Oviedo Carvings and Bronze Gallery features the work of Marco A. Oviedo who is a visionary woodcarver/sculptor who lives and works in Chimayó, New Mexico. The piñon-juniper dotted foothills of historic Chimayo provide the perfect backdrop for the traditional woodcarving and unique contemporary bronze sculpture that Marco produces. Since the late seventies he has interpreted New Mexico religious folk art styles and southwest designs in his creations.

The gallery setting is an all-adobe house designed and built in the New Mexico vernacular style, set on top of hills known as La Centinela. In the 18th and 19th century, these hills served as a sentinel for the outlying communities in to watch for raiders of their crops and livestock. The view of the surrounding landscape is breathtaking as you look at often snow-capped mountains on one horizon, natural sculptures of wind and water eroded hills to the north, and at the right time of the day a beautiful New Mexico sunset on the western horizon.

Part of the uniqueness for visitors to this site is its incorporation with the breeding farm of Heritage breeds of livestock that Marco and his wife Pat operate. Heritage breeds of animals include the Mammoth Donkey, the Spanish Colonial Horse and Churro Sheep. Also on the property is Marco’s personal workshop and foundry, where you can get a first-hand view of the process on how your sculpture or woodcarving is made.

Oviedo Carvings & Bronze Gallery is open as visitors come during the day between 10am and 6 pm. A big dinner bell that you ring when you arrive is near the entrance door to bring us to the door from anywhere we might be on the property. Come visit—you will have a memorable encounter.


Oviedo, Marco A.

Marco A. Oviedo

Sculpture
Chimayó

Marco A. Oviedo

www,oviedoart.us
Marco A. Oviedo, Oviedo Carvings & Bronze - Chimayó, NM

Oviedo Carvings and Bronze Gallery features the work of Marco A. Oviedo who is a visionary woodcarver/sculptor who lives and works in Chimayó, New Mexico. The piñon-juniper dotted foothills of historic Chimayo provide the perfect backdrop for the traditional woodcarving and unique contemporary bronze sculpture that Marco produces. Since the late seventies he has interpreted New Mexico religious folk art styles and southwest designs in his creations.

The gallery setting is an all-adobe house designed and built in the New Mexico vernacular style, set on top of hills known as La Centinela. In the 18th and 19th century, these hills served as a sentinel for the outlying communities in to watch for raiders of their crops and livestock. The view of the surrounding landscape is breathtaking as you look at often snow-capped mountains on one horizon, natural sculptures of wind and water eroded hills to the north, and at the right time of the day a beautiful New Mexico sunset on the western horizon.

Part of the uniqueness for visitors to this site is its incorporation with the breeding farm of Heritage breeds of livestock that Marco and his wife Pat operate. Heritage breeds of animals include the Mammoth Donkey, the Spanish Colonial Horse and Churro Sheep. Also on the property is Marco’s personal workshop and foundry, where you can get a first-hand view of the process on how your sculpture or woodcarving is made.

Oviedo Carvings & Bronze Gallery is open as visitors come during the day between 10am and 6 pm. A big dinner bell that you ring when you arrive is near the entrance door to bring us to the door from anywhere we might be on the property. Come visit—you will have a memorable encounter.


Poulsen, Lise

Lise Poulsen

Sculpture, Other Visual Arts, Home Decor, Contemporary
Penasco

Lise Poulsen

gauchoblue.com
I've been working with fibre for over 30 years, in manifestations from knitting through fine hand-made paper and books to felt in many forms.
I love to play with colour and texture, and my latest work - colourful little creatures called 'Bosch Monsters' surprises and delights my visitors - and me!
Our gallery is open May through October, but my work can usually be seen somewhere local and on our website all year round.
Riggs, Kathy

Kathy Riggs

Painting, Gold & Silver, Contemporary, Contemporary
Ojo Sarco

Kathy Riggs

ojosarco.com
Ojo Sarco Pottery the gallery and studio of contemporary potters Kathy Riggs and Jake Willson. In our gallery we also show the work of several nationally famous clay artists, painters and glass artists. Stop in our gardens, enjoy the high road and feel free to watch us working.
Walsen, Priscilla

Priscilla Walsen

Gold & Silver
Ojo Sarco

Priscilla Walsen

silverwearjewelry.com
Lapidary and silver metal artist Priscilla Walsen creates silver and stone inlay jewelry, unique fine silver hollow forms, handmade “confetti” chains and other three-dimensional pieces. She uses both traditional and modern metal working and lapidary techniques to create handmade jewelry, often in one-of-a-kind designs.
Priscilla is best known for her bold colorful stone inlay designs. Each unique inlay piece is inspired by the colors and patterns in the stones. Her designs include the use of lapis, sugilite, chrysocolla, turquoise and many other semi-precious gems. She uses geometric shapes to create clean lines that complement the colors and patterns in the stone. A true lapidary artist, Priscilla starts with rough gemstone material, and then saws, grinds, sands and polishes each piece of stone.
In addition to working with sterling silver materials using traditional silversmithing methods; Priscilla also works with fine silver metal clay. Fine silver metal clay is a malleable form of fine silver made from recycled silver. Priscilla’s work with fused fine silver metal clay includes unique hollow forms and highly textured three dimensional designs.
Priscilla took her first silversmithing and metal shop classes while in high school and began studying lapidary arts in the 1990s. She founded SilverWear in 1997 after learning stone inlay techniques at Ghost Ranch in Abiqui, NM. Her stone inlay work was featured in Lapidary Journal (Jewelry Artist) magazine. Priscilla is a certified Precious Metal Clay (PMC®) Artisan by the Precious Metal Clay Guild. She creates her jewelry in her studio in Ojo Sarco on the famous High Road in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Her studio is open for the annual High Road Art Tour in September and by appointment.