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and Pablo Perea, Linda Storm

Linda Storm and Pablo Perea

Painting, Painting

Linda Storm and Pablo Perea
I am an American artist Linda Storm who paints with Cuban artist Pabo Perea. We had solitary artistic careers until we became neighbors in rural New Mexico. Our inevitable artistic collaboration began in 2010. We have created more than 200 paintings together and exhibited 100 at a solo exhibition in NYC. We are very interested in placing our art in public places.

In our Santa Fe, NM studio we paint parables. Through archetypal, surreal symbolism we depict the impact of humans on nature, her endurance, and the universal cycle of life. There you will find oil wells rooted to dinosaur bones, corn spirits growing, a horned goddess sowing seeds, and many works in progress, as we prepare for our upcoming solo exhibitions in NYC and in Havana, Cuba. A review of our 2014 NYC exhibit stated: Their art “most certainly has opened a new window on the horizon indeed for this century in art”.

Together we are four hands, two cultures, one artist. Our art is a visual language of our story, and our trust in each other to depict it with humility and confidence. All of our art has two signatures: Linda Storm and Pablo Perea. Our vision is for our art to be a global presence of cultural collaboration across the varied landscapes of humanity.
Holzman, Sandra

Sandra Holzman

Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Home Decor, Clothing

Sandra Holzman
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.”
White, Mark

Mark White

Drawing, Painting, Public Art, Sculpture, Other Visual Arts, Home Decor, Outdoor
Santa Fe

Mark White
Mark grew up in Centralia, Illinois. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Southern Illinois University. His graduate work includes studies in sociology and art. During his post graduate work, Mark was able to study under sculptors Lincoln Fox and Valentin Okorokov; master patineur, Patrick Kipper; and painter, Albert Handel.

In addition to the meditative and mesmerizing kinetic wind sculptures for which he is so well-known, Mark White is a prodigious painter. He works in many mediums, including engravings on metal, oil on panel, and oil on metal. His metal pieces, on copper, aluminum and stainless steel, are engraved on the surface to reflect light like a three-dimensional object. Clouds appear to be sculpted rather than just painted, and the patterns of light change as the viewer moves.