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Hogue, Jerris

Jerris Hogue

Home Decor, Handcrafted Wood, Home Decor
Arroyo Seco

Jerris Hogue

I a weaver and woodworker. I specialize in tapestry weaving and the hand building of small pieces of furniture adorned with southwest carvings.
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.


Scott, F James

F James Scott

Rugs
Arroyo Hondo

F James Scott

weavingsouthwest.com
My weavings reflect bold colors and patterns that are variants and combinations of southwest styles such as Rio Grande, Chimayo, Navajo and contemporary. I weave on a Rio Grande Walking loom and use natural fibers, mostly churro wools, to construct a weaving that is both useful and beautiful.
Shepp, Martha

Martha Shepp

Drawing, Painting, Photography, Public Art, Dance, Music, Producers & Directors
Questa

Martha Shepp

marthashepp.com
A multi-disciplinary artist, Martha's artforms are the melding of all the expressive arts. A life-drawer and portraitist, she also directs and produces shows that incorporate moving image, poetry, dance, visuals, and live music, and seeks collaborations with artists from all these disciplines.