Sorrel Sky Gallery
125 W Palace Ave, Santa Fe
6th annual Workshop Series
Jan 01-Oct 31
Featuring painting, basketry and photography, each artist will share their knowledge, their skills and their inspiration
Rural Narratives - Stephanie Hartshorn and Tamara Rymer
Sep 08-Sep 30
This two-woman show spotlights the paintings of Stephanie Hartshorn and Tamara Rymer. Hartshorns imagery often features structural themes, reflecting the complex relationship of the manmade and natural worlds. Rymers style is influenced by her family history, as well as a high regard for the bond between horse and rider. Opening reception is from 5-7:30 on September 8th. The show will continue through the month of September.
Light and Shadow - David Knowlton and Martha Kellar
Oct 06-Oct 31
This two-person show, opening during First Friday Art Walk, features the paintings of David Knowlton and Martha Kellar. Knowlton places emphasis on abstract elements color relationships, the shapes and patterns cast by shadows and the negative space and edges surrounding objects. Kellars use of light in her still lifes, figurative works and landscapes is reflective of classic styles that continue to influence her. Opening reception is from 5-7:30 on October 6th. The show will continue through the month of October.
Plein Air Painters of New Mexico - Various Events
Nov 03-Nov 30
Sorrel Sky Gallery is proud to be hosting, for a second year, the Plein Air Painters of New Mexico National Juried Show. The weekend of November 3-5 includes an opening reception and awards ceremony, as well as numerous demonstrations from various artists dedicated to painting en plein air. More details will be available as the date nears. The show will continue through November.
Artist Workshop - Poetry in the Landscape with Robert Rohm
Nov 05-Nov 07
Known for his ability to capture the poetry of light, Robert Rohm has decades of experience painting, teaching and lecturing. He is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America, Oil Painters of America and the Outdoor Painters Society. This workshop will assist students in transforming details into scenes reflective of the brilliant colors found in the clear, bright light of the Southwest. This 3-day class is designed for intermediate to advanced. $350. Call 505-501-6555 to register now.