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and Pablo Perea, Linda Storm

Linda Storm and Pablo Perea

Painting, Painting
Glorieta

Linda Storm and Pablo Perea

cubanamericanart.net
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.
Aureli, Emanuela

Emanuela Aureli

Gold & Silver
Santa Fe

Emanuela Aureli

emanuelaaureli.com
Minimal, bold and contemporary jewelrywork in sterling silver, 18k gold, copper and brass.
Every piece is entirely hand-made, from the melting of metal to direct fabrication in sheet or wire, techniques involve hollow construction and fabrication, with a hand-scratched texture, heat, black and stained patina finishes.
Bachman, Jan

Jan Bachman

Drawing, Painting, Publishers, Book Design
El Rito

Jan Bachman

janbachmanstudio.com
I have a love for the layers of landscape. I am excited to explore new places but those that are familiar elicit stronger feelings. I like to paint where I’ve been.

Since 1998, I have spent time promoting the work of artists in galleries and producing a number of books. In 2010, I found time to work on my own, drawing and painting with water-based oils. I am happy to have my own studio in El Rito.
Bick, Lisa

Lisa Bick

Santa Fe

Lisa Bick

lisabick.com
Encaustic is an ancient technique involving melted beeswax, damar resin and pigment applied in layers like translucent veils. Each layer is then fused with the fire of a blowtorch.
I come to encaustic with a textile sensibility. Each step of the process is like weaving-the warps and wefts of life and art, of loss, desire, longing and death are fused together in the layers of wax with fire. I seek to create images that resonate with history as well as the modern; the rare and the common; order and disorder. My paintings are constructions of memory and desire and fragments of personal information. Through them I also can trace my travels-from the cisterns of Istanbul to the frescoes of Florence to the tragic beauty that is India. I weave the foundations and make marks and find that history, the poem, the light or the dark follows on its own.
I live and work in Santa Fe, NM.
Bock, Lori Faye

Lori Faye Bock

Painting, Other Visual Arts
Abiquiu

Lori Faye Bock

LoriFayeBock.com
America's popular animal artist Lori Faye Bock has been a mainstay in Santa Fe & Taos galleries since 1997. The artist paints in her Abiquiú farm studio located in an early 18th century adobe compound along the Chama River. There, she is surrounded by a bevy of companion pets, farm animals and birds which influence her creations.

She also publishes a line of prints and greeting cards available in stores and shops throughout the state and online at LoriFayeBock.store.
Bowling, Belinda

Belinda Bowling

Chimayó

Belinda Bowling

casaescondida.com
We offer intimate and comfortable lodging, in an "authentic" New Mexican adobe Bed & Breakfast. We are located just off of the High Road to Toas (Hwy 76) in historic Chimayo, NM. We offer a full, hot, sit-down breakfast each morning. FREE wi-fi. FREE parking. FREE daily newspaper. Some rooms are pet-friendly. All of our rooms offer private baths and cozy robes. Some rooms also have fireplaces, private decks or patios, kitchenette and more. Casa Escondida Bed & Breakfast is the perfect location for visiting ALL of the most popular destinations in Northern New Mexico.
Brown, Nancy

Nancy Brown

Jewelry
Santa Fe

Nancy Brown

santafecharms.com
Nancy Brown is a master calligrapher, gourd artist, website designer, and most recently a charm maker. Her charms are "themed" Jewelry Ornaments. Each is a miniature fabrication of vintage brass stampings, pearls and swarovski crystals inside of lead free frames, which makes them safe to wear. Some include miniature playing cards, tiny tarot & lotteria cards and more...Each is a precious composition to charm the beholder.
Castiglioni, Diane

Diane Castiglioni

Painting, Writers, Poets, Music
Santa Fe

Diane Castiglioni

dianecastiglioni.com
Painting, Writers, Poets, Music
Collins, Victoria

Victoria Collins

Home Decor
Stanley

Victoria Collins

thewoolshed.net
I am a shepardsess, spinner, and weaver (beginner). I raise my own wool and angora fiber. All my handspuns yarns are from my Rambouillete and Tunis Sheep, angora rabbits. Spinning fibers for spinners range all weights from ounces to pounds. I make art batts, and yarn blends, dyed yarns, and an array of natural colors. No commercial yarn used in my weavings, that are usuable throws and table runners. Shawls from triangle of all colors and natural, and woven rectangular offerings. Taking part in the annual East Mtn Farm & Studio Tour, Heart of NM Fiber Festival, Santa fe Fall Fiber Festival, and several offering Fiber events at Golondranis. Open for appointmanet opportunities. We raise replacement lambs that are available thru June 15 each year. l
Collins, Victoria

Victoria Collins

Home Decor
Stanley

Victoria Collins

thewoolshed.net
I am a shepardsess, spinner, and weaver (beginner). I raise my own wool and angora fiber. All my handspuns yarns are from my Rambouillete and Tunis Sheep, angora rabbits. Spinning fibers for spinners range all weights from ounces to pounds. I make art batts, and yarn blends, dyed yarns, and an array of natural colors. No commercial yarn used in my weavings, that are usuable throws and table runners. Shawls from triangle of all colors and natural, and woven rectangular offerings. Taking part in the annual East Mtn Farm & Studio Tour, Heart of NM Fiber Festival, Santa fe Fall Fiber Festival, and several offering Fiber events at Golondranis. Open for appointmanet opportunities. We raise replacement lambs that are available thru June 15 each year. l
Corbett, Deborah

Deborah Corbett

Contemporary
Santa Fe

Deborah Corbett

Etsy; ShardsOfOurAncestors
I am a graduate from the Institute of American Indian Art here in Santa Fe. My background is in antique furniture restoration, my aesthetic has always been in the character of old finishes: appreciating their preservation. It is the beauty of the imperfect and the impressions of age that intrigue me. it is as if time has laid its hand upon a piece. I interpret this as a benediction from the past.
The world of our ancestors surround us in all its clarity and pristine beauty. but few see its presence... the Presence, the mythological, the alchemical, the mysterious, has never left us. In my collection: Shards of Our Ancestors, it is my desire to share with you my interpretation of our shared lineage. Etsy: ShardsOfOurAncestors Facebook: ShardsOfOurAncestors. Enjoy!
Evans, Anne Vickrey

Anne Vickrey Evans

Clothing
Tierra Amarilla

Anne Vickrey Evans

feltcrafts.com
My first introduction to felt was as a child visiting my grandparents in Norway where nearly everyone had a pair of felt boots. When a Danish friend was visiting over 30 years ago, she taught me how to make a pair of felt slippers. From that point on, felt became a focus for me. I have had a 34 year involvement with felt making including writing instruction books on wet and needle felting and designing felt making craft kits for children and adults. In addition to working with a variety of different companies developing felt making techniques and machines to serve their purposes, I also make handmade felt garments and accessories in addition to hand felted wall hangings, sculptures and other felted objects. I have received numerous awards for my work including the Juror’s Choice Award for “Best Body of Work” at the Uncommon Threads Art-to-Wear Fashion Show in Illinois in 2012. In 2014 I was one of five invited artists at the “Fiber Innovations” exhibit at the Parker Arts and Events Center in Parker, Colorado where I had three handmade felt wall hangings. My hand made felt wall hanging in the “Fiber Rocks!” exhibit received First Place for “Theme”. My husband, Don and I live in Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico, and manage the FeltCrafts® business that provides felt makers with tools and machines for felt making.
Evita and Andrew Ortega, Galeria Ortega

Galeria Ortega Evita and Andrew Ortega

Rugs, Clothing, Mixed Media, Native American, Contemporary, Traditional, Writers, Tinwork, Wood Carving, Pottery & Ceramics, Other Native American Art, Contemporary, Traditional
Chimayó

Galeria Ortega Evita and Andrew Ortega

GaleriaOrtega.com
The "New Mexico" Shop.
Specializing in all things New Mexico. Traditional Art, Contemporary Artists, Southwest Books, Art Wear, T-shirts, and the Best of New Mexico Chile products.
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.
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.

www.facebook.com/mesdamescarton
Francois, Clodie

Clodie Francois

Sculpture, Other Visual Arts, Contemporary
Chamisal

Clodie Francois

MesdamesCarton.com
Sculpture, Other Visual Arts, Contemporary including: Lamps & furniture.
fritts, debra

debra fritts

Sculpture
Abiquiu

debra fritts

debrafritts.net
Debra Fritts is a studio artist working in Abiquiu, New Mexico. She enjoys national recognition for her work in ceramic sculpture through invitational exhibitions and awards, museum exhibitions, gallery representation, private collections and publications. Her one of a kind sculptures are hand-built and multiple fired with a painterly glazed surface. The work is a continuous story of awareness and the celebration of daily living.
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
Griego, Jose

Jose Griego

Gold & Silver, Mixed Media, Writers
Embudo

Jose Griego

Jose Griego Maestas has written Cuentos, Tales of the Hispanic SW, Museum of NM Press. He is currently co-writing a film script about Reies Lopez Tijerina. He is a jeweler as well, producing filigree rings, earrings, bolo ties, necklaces, cuffs.