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Nemec, Edward Joseph

Edward Joseph Nemec

Drawing, Painting
Santa Fe

Edward Joseph Nemec

edwardnemecart.com
I'm a surrealist landscape painter living and working in Santa Fe. I use my surroundings for my inspiration, capturing images by camera and drawing. I then go about translating the feelings I had while studying a landscape by re-creating those experiences onto canvas. I use bold colors, southwester colors and forms to turn hard objects into a moving, living landscapes. I take observers eyes skillfully through my paintings using composition, shapes and colors.
Home studio tours available.
Paradis, Rena

Rena Paradis

Painting
Santa Fe

Rena Paradis

renadesantafe.com
Rena has lived and worked in Santa Fe for over 40 years. Her work is currently featured for sale in her studio (by appointment only) as she prefers not to show in galleries.
Pfeiffer, Janet

Janet Pfeiffer

Painting, Other Visual Arts
Galisteo

Janet Pfeiffer

janetpfeifferartist.com
Harnessing the flow of hot wax is like capturing moments in time. Sometimes it feels like drowning in a wave and sometimes it feels like surfing.

What interests me in making art is the underlying elements as opposed to the overriding form. I like dots and grids, squares and swooshes. Sometimes just plain color.

Things look disparate only when viewed on the surface. Underneath, things share a common substance.

I like to work in wax because it immediately refers to its origins as the building material of bee houses. Its smell recalls its original purpose of providing shelter for life and its sweetness.

I wonder how a bee, designed to fly from flower to flower, manufactures a home that looks nothing like itself. Based on a casual observance of its awkwardly bulbous, possibly furry, body transported around by the frantic motions of the flimsiest wings, one would never expect that this creature’s house would bring to mind the propositions of Euclid.
Piñon, Lone

Lone Piñon

Music
Santa Fe

Lone Piñon

lonepinon.com
Lone Piñon is an acoustic conjunto from Northern New Mexico whose music celebrates the integrity of their region's cultural roots. Multi-instrumentalists Noah Martinez and Jordan Wax use the fiddle, bajo quinto, accordion, quinta huapanguera, mandolin, guitars, and bilingual vocals to play a wide spectrum of the traditional music that is at home in New Mexico.

The Norte has long been a crossroads of cultures, and centuries of intersecting histories, trade routes, migrations, and cultural movements have endowed the region with an expansive and rich musical heritage.
Pippin, Aleta

Aleta Pippin

Painting, Digital Art
Santa Fe

Aleta Pippin

aletapippin.com
Pippin's paintings are about energy (vibration), color, and freedom. Her work has a spiritual bent and is a result of continual exploration. She believes that true art comes from within and color is central to her individual expression.

Pippin paints spontaneously acting as a conduit for the painting to flow through her; allowing it to express, paying attention to the direction it’s leading. When she's in this zone of freely expressing, she's deeply involved in the evolution of the painting, acting as a vessel through which the energy and intuition are flowing.

Pippin's statement is beauty, which can be translated differently for every individual. For her, it is the imparting of a feeling of appreciation, joy, and energy. She gives the viewer freedom to find their own truth and to see beauty in their own way when observing her paintings. Pippin likes to think of her art as liberating, offering a creative window into resonant beauty.

Pippin is loves to have viewers/collectors express how beautiful and powerful the paintings and how they are touched by the color, energy, and imagery.
Rader, Johanna

Johanna Rader

Contemporary
Sandia Park

Johanna Rader

facebook.com/astrolicious
I make hula hoops from scratch, HDPE tubing and a variety of iridescent, glitter, holographic and neon grip tape. Hoops are made for all ages and skill levels, and provide a wonderful outlet for physical creativity and exercise!
Renshaw, Ruby

Ruby Renshaw

Painting, Painting
Galisteo

Ruby Renshaw

templeoftentrada.com
The ancient, primal image of Serpent has been expressed across cultures in a multitude of mediums. Diving into its energy of birth, enlightenment, death, fertility, oneness, protection, re-birth and transformation is a journey into a relationship with timeless, expansive source energy.

Serpent is a primary, recurring theme in my artistic expression. I am heavily influenced by my relationship with the land of Galisteo, as well as interactions with Serpent Mound in my home state of Ohio and the kundalini energy of the yoga I teach.

Roybal, James

James Roybal

Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Public Art, Sculpture
Santa Fe

James Roybal

jamesroybal.com
James Roybal, the multi-talented native of Santa Fe, New Mexico, became a professional artist at the age of 12. He had his first Juried Show and Gallery Representation in 1971, and his work appears in the book “Contemporary Western Artist”, in many publications, and in numerous collections throughout the world.

He has also won many professional awards, and has participated five times in the prestigious Albuquerque Museum’s Invitational Miniature Show which showcases America’s Finest Artists.He has sold over 1200 Bronzes and is finding great success with his Pastels.

“I am always looking for new challenges. I am not looking for a particular style. I think that can be very limiting. There is always more to learn about structure, form, the use of color, lost and found edges, and light and shadow.
Each painting or sculpture brings new challenges and new ways of seeing, opening new horizons.
Trujillo, Felicia R.

Felicia R. Trujillo

Contemporary, Traditional
Santa Fe

Felicia R. Trujillo

I am from Espanola. I got into willow work by learning to make chairs. My teacher, Michael Emmons from Big Sur. CA taught in early 2000 at a school in Rockland, ME. A couple years later I apprenticed with Lorenzo Armijo from Pena Blanca, a small community near Cochiti, south of Santa Fe. He taught me the more Spanish style of basketry known as Madeira. Later on I met Bob Allalunis of Taos. He showed me another style of basketry called Moises. I have also studied the styles of various pueblo basket makers from San Juan, Santa Clara and Hopi who really emphasize more beauty and perfection. My work leans more on the practical rustic style. It all started after tiring of tossing broken plastic laundry baskets away.
Weisman, Ann

Ann Weisman

Photography, Contemporary, Poets, Contemporary
Santa Fe

Ann Weisman

Ann Weisman is a published poet with two chapbooks, OPEN AIR and PLAYING THE MESSAGES TWICE, as well as a full length book, eye imagine: performances on paper. DOUBLE LEO, ARIES MOON is a CD of her collaborations with musicians. She has exhibited her visual art at El Museo Cultural, Individual Arts of Oklahoma, and Living Arts of Tulsa. Performances include the SOMOS Writers Series and the Flickinger Center for the Otero Arts Council.
White, Mark

Mark White

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

Mark White

markwhitefineart.com
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.
White, Paul

Paul White

Santa Fe

Paul White

santafeartscape.com/paul-white-gallery
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Wiseheart, Hannah S

Hannah S Wiseheart

Contemporary
Santa Fe

Hannah S Wiseheart

Hannah S. Wiseheart is a prize-winning poet, author of fiction and creative non-fiction, and a singer and musician. She has participated in writing groups in the United States and England, and won First Prize in Poetry in the Southwest Writers' Association in 2005, and second prize in Poetry in the 2015 Pasatiempo Writing Contest. She reads regularly at Teatro Paraguas. A singer of traditional transatlantic and mountain music, she is also a songwriter and singer of contemporary folk music. She has also been an artist working in pen and ink and watercolor most of her life.

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