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Hayden Von Conta, Sally

Sally Hayden Von Conta

Painting, Painting
Santa Fe

Sally Hayden Von Conta

sallyhaydenvonconta.net
Plein Air Pastels

Wherever you go, your heart goes with you. Walk around and smell the air, listen to the trees or rocks. Ask yourself what pulls your heart to sit at this particular spot. Is it the light, the patterns or just that it makes you happy? Then pick up your pastels and begin to paint.

What happens is always a conversation between you and the landscape. In pastel, you have 10 brushes (10 fingers) so it's great to see what they can do. The end result is always a surprise. As an artist, I am the last to know what will happen. At its best, you become so much a part of the landscape that you disappear. I like the adventure.

When I see my finished pieces, I remember the heat on the rocks and the sound of the bees on the wild roses - it's all inside the painting.

MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS
  • Farmington Museum, Farmington, NM
  • "Gateway to Imagination" (2007-2015)
  • Museum of the Southwest, Midland, TX
  • Midland Arts Association 2010 Spring Exhibition
  • Red River Valley Museum, Vernon, TX
  • Red River Valley International Exhibition (2009-2012)
  • Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, St. Joseph, MS
  • National Pastel Exhibition (2007)
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.
Hornbuckle, Marianne

Marianne Hornbuckle

Painting, Sculpture
Santa Fe

Marianne Hornbuckle

mariannehornbuckle.com
"I explore the mystery and complexity I experience in the world, making rich layered abstract paintings, with color and shape my primary focus, and creating small bronzes nudes that express the ever varied human form."

Painter and sculptor Marianne Hornbuckle's vital engagement with her two very different forms of artistic expression is the result of her desire to fully explore and express the extent of her creative abilities, to stay interested and fresh as an artist, and as an individual. She has created substantial bodies of work in both genres, finding the rhythms of their processes a foil for one another.

Hornbuckle exploits the properties of contemporary acrylic paints, using the different viscosities of gels and mediums to make complex surfaces that are alternately transparent, translucent and opaque, with mysterious color created by layering complimentary colors to create new colors. She rarely uses a brush, preferring to drag the paint with various other tools.

She creates classic contemporary sculptures from life,  capturing the unique essence and particulars of her subjects. 
Hyland, Jeanne

Jeanne Hyland

Santa Fe

Jeanne Hyland

jeannehyland.com
Capturing the gesture, the inner character, of my subjects is my primary focus. I want to convey the sense of fascination that I feel with human nature or natural beauty and the mystery of nature. Closely observing the light and colors of nature brings me a connection to the world around me that I hope to convey to viewers and collectors alike. I am passionate about character portraits, flowers and still life subjects. I have developed a unique approach to working in watercolor that I call "Wet and Workable" and offer workshops, classes and personal instruction in this and other watermedia processes.

My art career budded with a BFA degree from University of New Hampshire in figurative sculpture and
drawing followed by studies at École des Beaux Arts, France. After years in commercial design, I returned to my Fine Art sculpture roots in Colorado, participating in Loveland Sculpture Invitationals and Sedona Sculpture Walks. I adopted watercolor as my medium after moving to California where I taught at Brand Library Studios, the LA Academy of Figurative Art, and Learning & Product Expo (Pasadena). I now teach locally in Santa Fe, nationally and internationally.

I am serving on the Board of Directors of National Watercolor Society, and am a member of numerous watercolor and national art organizations; American, National, Southwestern and Valley Watercolor Societies, Portrait Society of America, and a signature member of Watercolor West, Women Artists of the West and New Mexico Watercolor Society.
John Abrums, Chimayo Trading and Mercantile

Chimayo Trading and Mercantile John Abrums

Rugs, Home Decor, Gold & Silver, Native American, Contemporary, Traditional, Tinwork, Wood Carving, Jewelry, Painting, Pottery & Ceramics, Other Native American Art, Contemporary, Traditional
Chimayó

Chimayo Trading and Mercantile John Abrums

chimayoarts.com
Where art meets history in Northern New Mexico. The finest pottery, weaving, jewelry, paintings and carvings at the best prices guaranteed.
Located on Hwy. 76 1/2 mile west of the intersection of Hwy. 76 and Hwy. 98. Chimayo Trading and Mercantile has been in business for 25 years come and see why.
Keating, Warren

Warren Keating

Painting
Santa Fe

Warren Keating

warrenkeating.com
Warren Keating is a painter who has based his popular overhead series on images from a digital video camera. The result brings together the perspective of the camera with the nuance control of light and color that can only happen with brush on canvas.

Born in New Orleans in 1965, his work now reflects the culmination of 25 years of painting both the figure and the landscape. He has had numerous solo shows of his paintings in the U.S. and Mexico, has sold hundreds of paintings through the internet to collectors around the world. He has been included in juried shows at the University of Southern Mississippi, Otis College, Los Angeles, Ventura College, Orange County Center For Contemporary Art, Long Beach Arts, TAG Santa Monica and Gallery 825 in Los Angeles.

His latest series, Overview, was selected as an LA Times Calendar pick, won Second Award at a juried exhibit at Long Beach Arts. An interview with Keating about this series was featured on both CNN and KTLA in Los Angeles. He work has been featured in the LA Times, Daily News and The Huffington Post. Keating recently won honorable mention in the California Open at TAG Gallery, had a solo show at Los Angeles Art Association’s Gallery 825 and was a Los Angeles regional finalist in the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series.

Somewhere on a bridge or a hotel balcony, you'll find me capturing video of unsuspecting figures walking below. Later, in a studio in Encino, you can find me pouring through frame after frame of the video footage to find the perfect moment of weight shift, swing of the arm or tilt of the head, which I feverishly paint, covering large canvases with thick paint depicting an overhead view of a walking figure in an urban setting. My work invites you to celebrate the moment using the perspective of a camera with the subtlety of light and color that can only be captured with oil on canvas. My signature “Pixel Impressionism” brush strokes create the motion and details of the walking figure and communicate my passion for the subject.

Kowalski, Gary

Gary Kowalski

Painting, Painting
Santa Fe

Gary Kowalski

revolutionimages.blogspot.com
Born in Oklahoma, I am third generation in a family of artists, illustrators, and collectors. My tastes were influenced by my grandfather who painted like a southwestern Norman Rockwell and by my mom who filled the house where I grew up with Picasso prints, Wolf Kahn pastels and artwork by other contemporary masters.

I only got serious about painting in mid-life, getting into juried showed with the Northern Vermont Artist's Association, the Vermont Watercolor Society, and hanging pieces in the Vermont Fine Arts Gallery in Stowe. I mostly work plein air and recently moved to Santa Fe to take advantage of the many sunny days to set up an easel outdoors in northern New Mexico. Until their close, I was represented at the Hillside Gallery near my home. I am currently exploring other venues.
Kramer, Judy

Judy Kramer

Santa Fe

Judy Kramer

judysbeadwerks.wix.com/leather
I mainly work in leather for my bracelets. I became inspired by beautiful European leathers. Most bracelets have magnetic clasps . I have many different designs to choose from and assorted sizes.
Kuyaca, Karla

Karla Kuyaca

Santa Fe

Karla Kuyaca

karlakuyaca.com
Kuyaca, Karla

Karla Kuyaca

Painting, Photography, Mixed Media, Contemporary
Santa Fe

Karla Kuyaca

karlakuyaca.com
Calif. native, exhibited in NYC through Ivan Karp/Leo Castelli gallery,
"OKHarris Works Of Art" Innovator of found object jewelry. Sponsord by
Andy Warhol. 1964 approx. Exhibited American Craftsman's Museum.
Photography, oil painting.
Living in New Mexico for 45 years. Hand-built own adobe house.
Graduate of IAIA and College of Santa Fe.
Langan, Kyle

Kyle Langan

Digital Art
Santa Fe

Kyle Langan

studiox.com
Kyle is a professional website programmer with more than 20 years experience in html, css, perl, javascript, jquery, php. He's an expert in managing complex data structures and e-commerce applications and has developed several hundred websites over the past 20 years.

Kyle is partner at studio x, a full web-services provider, offering design, hosting, email, e-commerce, maintenance, marketing, domain registration and all things web related.
Levant, Jayne

Jayne Levant

Drawing, Painting, Printmaking
Santa Fe

Jayne Levant

jaynelevant.com
jayne Levant has been painting the landscape for over 20 years. Her work has been shown in many galleries and is part of the permanent collection at the Skirball Museum in Los Angeles. She considers herself an expressionist using bold colors to express the beauty of the landscape. Since moving to Santa Fe, Jayne has become involved in the art community and many charitable organizations. She enjoys donating paintings to help raise money for the cancer foundation and homeless shelters.
Lorenz, Hilary

Hilary Lorenz

Drawing, Printmaking, Public Art
Abiquiu

Hilary Lorenz

hilarylorenz.wordpress.com
Statement
As an interdisciplinary artist, I create artwork using printmaking, drawing, installation, and any combination thereof. Grounded in traditions of performance walking, I use trekking to investigate ritual and rhythm that test my physical and psychic boundaries. I utilize tools such as GPS tracking, audio recording, and photography to record my treks and pose questions of wandering, displacement, routes, and territory. The concept is inspired by my practices of long-distance running, printmaking, encountering nature, and experiencing raw solitude.


BIO
I am a multidisciplinary artist who explores intersections of running, nature, and solitude. Recent exhibitions include Listening to the Forest, Brooklyn, NY (2016), My Own Private Wilderness, Lake George, NY (2015) Nomadic Geographies (2014), Wave Hill, NY; In the Spirit (2014), Pioneer Bluff, KS; Tracing Nature, Muriel Guepin, NY (2012). Group exhibitions include Influencers (2014) Print Center of NJ; and Corridor Gallery (2012) Brooklyn, NY.

Residencies include C-Scape National Seashore Residency, MA, (2016); LMCC Govenor's Island Process Residency, NY, (2016) Outpost Studios, KS, (2014); International Nature and Culture, ARTTasmania, Australia (2008); C-Scape, Provincetown, MA (2007-08); Lower East Side Printshop, (2006-07), NYC; Santa Fe Art Institute, NM (2005); FransMasereelCentruum, Belgium; Miskolc Museum of Modern Art, Hungary. I am a Fulbright Fellow and an NEA-MidAtlantic Fellow. In 2011, I had the pleasure of running on Track and Field, the Allora and Calzadilla sculpture at the 54th Venice Biennale.

In 2010 I founded Stonetrigger Press in Abiquiu, NM. Located in the high desert, I built by hand a large studio out of stone, mud, wood and tin. Each year I spend several uninterrupted months deeply engaged in my practices--art, running, mountaineering.

I received an M.A. and M.F.A. from University of Iowa.
Macker, John

John Macker

Writers, Poets
Santa Fe

John Macker

John Macker has lived in New Mexico for over 20 years; is the author of nine books of poetry including Adventures in the Gun Trade, The Royal Road: Impressions of El Camino Real (with woodblock artist Leon Loughridge), Woman of the Disturbed Earth, Disassembled Badlands and Blood in the Mix (with El Paso poet Lawrence Welsh) among others. He contributes essays on poets and poetry to Albuquerque's Malpais Review. Has edited the Desert Shovel Review. Forthcoming: Book of the Gorge. His work continues to be published on-line and in journals and magazines throughout he U.S. and Canada. Has won several awards for his work including the 2006 Mad Blood magazine literary arts award.
Matlack, Martin

Martin Matlack

Photography
Cedar Crest

Martin Matlack

A photojournalist at heart, I prefer to work in black and white film but always have an eye for stunning landscapes and other unique images. Railroads and the people involved with them are my true passion.
Meikle, Barbara

Barbara Meikle

Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture
Santa Fe

Barbara Meikle

meiklefineart.com
Barbara is a painter and sculpture who works in a style she calls "Expressive Impressionism", where the style is an impression of what she is seeing, but the color is expressing emotion...Barbara was born in New Mexico and has lived in the Santa Fe area for 25 years. She has always wanted to be an artist and is now living her dream painting and living in Northern New Mexico. Barbara holds events to raise money for horse and donkey rescue, and wildlife rescue, at her gallery 4 times a year. She paints the animals as they pose for her and a portion of the proceeds goes towards the rescue.
Mier, Ron

Ron Mier

Painting, Printmaking, Rugs, Actors, Costume, Directors, Set Design & Lighting, Actors
Tierra Amarilla

Ron Mier

My Journey as an artist is both traditional and unorthodox. A native of Santa Fe, New Mexico. With family roots in both the Native American and Hispanic traditions, my exposure to museums, galleries and a wide array of skilled artisans came early in life. In many ways I was born into the world of creativity and artistic expression. My father is an accomplished architect whose designs and sketches created an environmental matrix for my childhood. I have vivid memories of helping him build many of those projects. I was greatly influenced by my great-grandfather, a renowned master Zapotec weaver, who brought time tested weaving techniques to New Mexico in the early 1900's, helping to create what is now known as Rio Grande style weaving. This family tradition has passed on to me. Texture, color, design, proportion and beauty have all been a natural part of my life.

Miller, Christina

Christina Miller

Painting, Painting
Santa Fe

Christina Miller

etsy.com/shop/christinamiller
Modern Icons that include Nature and Animals along with Divine Images. I think of myself as an artivist (art activist) on behalf of the animals that we share living space and habitats on this Earth. Many of my images represent the Divine Mother as Protectress of the Animals. I also show animals as angelic beings and Saints, as they too are exalted beings. Nature, Mysticism and Divine Imagery have long been part of my Modern Icons. They are a fusion of thoughts, styles and philosophies.
Miraben, Carol

Carol Miraben

Painting
Santa Fe

Carol Miraben

carolannart.com
Abstract and non-objective painting is a journey of self discovery. Each painting is a new quest: The materials and I are blank canvases, without preconceptions. I remove myself from the process as I become the channel of shape, color, line, texture and form. I find my inspiration and my authenticity in return. The painting is finished when we are one.

“How long does it take to complete a painting?” is the question every artist is asked. “A lifetime,” is my answer. My paintings come from my entire life’s experience: The techniques, colors, applications, and the finished painting itself present my life.

My paintings are complex: Color, texture, method, material, application, style, and technique constantly change as the unpredictable, intuitive challenge unfolds on the canvas. It is exciting to recognize myself on the canvas, to know a painting is complete.
Moody, Gary Worth

Gary Worth Moody

Poets
Santa Fe

Gary Worth Moody

garyworthmoody.com
Gary Worth Moody's first collection of poems, HAZARDS OF GRACE was published by Red Mountain Press in 2012. His second collection, OCCOQUAN, (short listed for the International Rubery Book Award in Poetry) also published by Red Mountain Press in March 2015, depicts the struggles of women for emancipation and suffrage in the environs of Virginia's piedmont region and the infamous Occoquan Workhouse. Gary has worked as a forest fire fighter, a farrier, a cowboy, and building a town for coal miners in Siberia’s Kuzbass Region. A falconer, Gary lives in Santa Fe with the artist and writer, Oriana Rodman, two dogs, and PLAGUE, a male passage red-tail hawk. His books are available at Op-Cit Books and Collected Works in Santa Fe, and Online. www.garyworthmoody.com
Nelson, Deborah

Deborah Nelson

Drawing, Painting, Photography, Painting
Santa Fe

Deborah Nelson

deborahraenelson.com
  • Deborah's art training began in Riverside, California. The young artist was introduced to scientific and naturalist illustrator, Karoly Fogassy, who provided her with private instruction and mentored her through her apprenticeship. He taught her how a professional uses pen, pencil and paint, how to observe and interpret.
  • Professionally Deborah’s career began as a scientific illustrator. Wildlife provided the main themes for her studio work, gaining commissions from the American Bass Association, Save the Seal Foundation and participating in National Audubon exhibitions. Juried exhibitions include the Western Spirit Art Show and Vandewark Miniature Show in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Deborah received her BFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
  • Today, she lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her husband. The wondrous New Mexico light and southwest setting provide the inspiration and opportunity to capture the images she loves in the western setting that is her heritage.
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.
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.