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Paula Roland studio visit

Paula Roland

Paula Roland works her abstract encaustic magic in her studio outside of Santa Fe. She teaches workshops out of the studio as well as creating work that can be seen in these galleries: William Siegal Gallery in Santa Fe, Conrad Wilde Gallery in Tucson, and Smink in Dallas. You can see more of her work at paularoland.com and get information about her workshops at rolandworkshops.com.

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Phyllis Kapp studio visit

Phyllis Kapp

Painter Phyllis Kapp photographed in her studio amongst orchids and brightly colored pigments for Southwest Art Magazine. She owns Waxlander Gallery on Canyon Road in Santa Fe. You can see her work at waxlander.com.

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Mark Spencer studio visit

Painter and long time Santa Fe resident Mark Spencer is in the final stages of preparing for a show at Nuart Gallery in Santa Fe this July. You can see more of Mark’s work at markspencerart.com.

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Iwaski studio (re)visit

Iwaski

My good friend Martha Iwaski was my first subject for this blog, almost 3 years and 59 posts ago. A remarkable woman who lived a remarkable life, Martha succumbed to pancreatic cancer last fall and she is sorely missed. You can see the original post here touchingtheshutter.com.

Tom Joyce studio visit

 

Tom Joyce

Artist Tom Joyce works with metal. His studio outside of Santa Fe is packed with a collection of tools and artifacts. He had the finished piece for the National September 11th Museum arranged inside on the floor. Outside of the studio were various recent pieces of his work. In Santa Fe some of his work can been seen at James Kelly Contemporary.

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Cynthia Eckhardt studio visit

Cynthia Eckhardt

Painter Cynthia Eckhardt lives with her husband far off the beaten path in Northern New Mexico. These photos are from a shoot for Southwest Art magazine. You can see more of her work at cynthiaeckhardt.com.

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Star Liana York studio visit

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Star Liana York‘s secluded studio near the Rio Chama is filled with works in progress as well as finished pieces waiting to be delivered to galleries and clients. You can see more of her work at staryorksculpture.com. She is represented by several galleries, including  Manitou Galleries, Sorrel Sky Gallery, Signature Gallery, Guarisco GalleryBroadmoor Galleries and Medicine Man Gallery.

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Star Liana York

Arthur Sze studio visit

Arthur Sze

Poet Arthur Sze and his writing studio nearish to Santa Fe. You can read about Arthur Sze, you read from two of his poems and if you like find a few of his books.

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Arthur Sze

Arthur Sze

Patrick McFarlin studio visit

Patrick McFarlin - 1Painter, sculptor Patrick McFarlin‘s studio is part work space, part retreat and refuge. He has co-authored ‘What We Eat When We Eat Alone’. You can see his work at mcfarlinoil.com.

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Mimi Chen Ting studio visit

Mimi TingPainter, print maker Mimi Chen Ting lives just North of Taos where she also has her light filled studio complete with mountain views. She has work in Hulse/Warman Gallery in Taos New Mexico. You can see more of her work at mimichenting.com.

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