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feia, alan

alan feia

Chama

alan feia

laluzstudiodechama.com
i started my stained-glass work in fort bragg, california. when i moved to chama, new mexico i transitioned to kiln fired, functional glass art. the style is simple, practical and affordable. the designs are sleek and modern, displaying a distinctly contemporary color palette. i create to make people feel good about their piece; not to make a living, but only to perpetuate my passion. visit my studio anytime; no appointment necessary.
Mier, Ron

Ron Mier

Painting, Printmaking, Rugs, Actors, Costume, Directors, Set Design & Lighting, Actors
Tierra Amarilla

Ron Mier

My Journey as an artist is both traditional and unorthodox. A native of Santa Fe, New Mexico. With family roots in both the Native American and Hispanic traditions, my exposure to museums, galleries and a wide array of skilled artisans came early in life. In many ways I was born into the world of creativity and artistic expression. My father is an accomplished architect whose designs and sketches created an environmental matrix for my childhood. I have vivid memories of helping him build many of those projects. I was greatly influenced by my great-grandfather, a renowned master Zapotec weaver, who brought time tested weaving techniques to New Mexico in the early 1900's, helping to create what is now known as Rio Grande style weaving. This family tradition has passed on to me. Texture, color, design, proportion and beauty have all been a natural part of my life.

Wimer, Jay

Jay Wimer

Photography
Chama

Jay Wimer

www,chamasteam.com
Jay has been a large-format black and white landscape photographer for over 20 years. He also works in color.
Known for stunning compositions and an uncanny ability to be in "the right place at the right time". Jay also teaches black and white photography.