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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.
Oviedo, Marco A.

Marco A. Oviedo

Sculpture
Chimayó

Marco A. Oviedo

oviedoart.us
Marco A. Oviedo, Oviedo Carvings & Bronze - Chimayó, NM

Oviedo Carvings and Bronze Gallery features the work of Marco A. Oviedo who is a visionary woodcarver/sculptor who lives and works in Chimayó, New Mexico. The piñon-juniper dotted foothills of historic Chimayo provide the perfect backdrop for the traditional woodcarving and unique contemporary bronze sculpture that Marco produces. Since the late seventies he has interpreted New Mexico religious folk art styles and southwest designs in his creations.

The gallery setting is an all-adobe house designed and built in the New Mexico vernacular style, set on top of hills known as La Centinela. In the 18th and 19th century, these hills served as a sentinel for the outlying communities in to watch for raiders of their crops and livestock. The view of the surrounding landscape is breathtaking as you look at often snow-capped mountains on one horizon, natural sculptures of wind and water eroded hills to the north, and at the right time of the day a beautiful New Mexico sunset on the western horizon.

Part of the uniqueness for visitors to this site is its incorporation with the breeding farm of Heritage breeds of livestock that Marco and his wife Pat operate. Heritage breeds of animals include the Mammoth Donkey, the Spanish Colonial Horse and Churro Sheep. Also on the property is Marco’s personal workshop and foundry, where you can get a first-hand view of the process on how your sculpture or woodcarving is made.

Oviedo Carvings & Bronze Gallery is open as visitors come during the day between 10am and 6 pm. A big dinner bell that you ring when you arrive is near the entrance door to bring us to the door from anywhere we might be on the property. Come visit—you will have a memorable encounter.


Oviedo, Marco A.

Marco A. Oviedo

Sculpture
Chimayó

Marco A. Oviedo

www,oviedoart.us
Marco A. Oviedo, Oviedo Carvings & Bronze - Chimayó, NM

Oviedo Carvings and Bronze Gallery features the work of Marco A. Oviedo who is a visionary woodcarver/sculptor who lives and works in Chimayó, New Mexico. The piñon-juniper dotted foothills of historic Chimayo provide the perfect backdrop for the traditional woodcarving and unique contemporary bronze sculpture that Marco produces. Since the late seventies he has interpreted New Mexico religious folk art styles and southwest designs in his creations.

The gallery setting is an all-adobe house designed and built in the New Mexico vernacular style, set on top of hills known as La Centinela. In the 18th and 19th century, these hills served as a sentinel for the outlying communities in to watch for raiders of their crops and livestock. The view of the surrounding landscape is breathtaking as you look at often snow-capped mountains on one horizon, natural sculptures of wind and water eroded hills to the north, and at the right time of the day a beautiful New Mexico sunset on the western horizon.

Part of the uniqueness for visitors to this site is its incorporation with the breeding farm of Heritage breeds of livestock that Marco and his wife Pat operate. Heritage breeds of animals include the Mammoth Donkey, the Spanish Colonial Horse and Churro Sheep. Also on the property is Marco’s personal workshop and foundry, where you can get a first-hand view of the process on how your sculpture or woodcarving is made.

Oviedo Carvings & Bronze Gallery is open as visitors come during the day between 10am and 6 pm. A big dinner bell that you ring when you arrive is near the entrance door to bring us to the door from anywhere we might be on the property. Come visit—you will have a memorable encounter.


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.
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.

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