125 Lincoln Ave, Suite 110, Santa Fe
Daily: 10 am - 5:00 pm
Donna Sherry Boggins: Indigenous-Inspired Gourd Art
Feb 02-Feb 28
Working on archaeological dig sites and spending eight years as Board President of a Southern California History Museum, Santa Fe artist, Donna Sherry Boggins, found further inspiration in why and how ancient artisans transformed the lowly gourd into timeless works of art. Opening Reception: Fri, Feb 2, 4-7pm.
Nanette Shapiro: Imagined Landscapes
Feb 02-Feb 28
Influenced by magical realism and a primitive spirituality, local artist Nanette Shapiro's work conveys subconscious memories of inner landscapes from the Southwest, and from her travels around the world. Opening Reception: Fri, Feb 2, 4-7pm.
Nicholas King: Burning Man - Up Close and Personal
Mar 02-Mar 31
Photographer Nicholas King shows us in his portraits of poignant intimacy. Stripped of the trappings of the event itself, King's work is focused on people rather than the spectacle of Burning Man. Fri, Mar 2, 4-7pm.
John Jason Phillips: Legends
Apr 01-Apr 30
In his show Legends, John Jason Phillips shows 16 new works, putting a different eye to legends of the West – the Anasazi, the American Hero and Outlaw, and all the way to the legend of the silver screen - Marilyn Monroe.
May 04-May 31
In this exhibition, Santa Fe artist Roberta Parry will feature her Monument Valley, and Frida Kahlo Garden series. Parry's strong yet lyrical transparent watercolors reflect the impact on her work of light and color, and her keen sensitivity to detail. Opening reception: Fri, May 4, 5-7pm.