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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.
Gourley, PattyMara

PattyMara Gourley

Contemporary
Embudo

PattyMara Gourley

pattymara.etsy.com
Clay and fiber art, including Day of the Dead & Raven ceramics, as well as felt creations. PattyMara does not have a retail studio, but shows her work year round at Dwellings Revisited on Bent Street in Taos and at the Taos Folk holiday market during December. Online Etsy shop is open all night, and I ship worldwide. Www.pattymara.etsy.com
Hayden, Kathryn

Kathryn Hayden

Photography
Taos

Kathryn Hayden

nmviz.com
Kathryn A. Hayden’s specialty is photo artisty. Her goal is to highlight the beauty and hope that surrounds her in the Northern New Mexico canvas and to move viewers to contemplate more than just the surface imagery. Her technique blends the boundaries of fine art photography and digital painting mastery through layering of texture, color grading and layered dimensions.
Her studio is located in the heart of the historic Kit Carson district where she draws upon the inspiration of sitting atop and among some of the best galleries in Taos.
Kathryn’s work is shown in various galleries and locations throughout the area and has appeared in juried and non-juried shows throughout New Mexico.
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.
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.
Robertson, Allan

Allan Robertson

Painting
Tijeras

Allan Robertson

Acrylic Artist. Painting in a realist style.
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.