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Guilloume studio visit

Prolific painter and sculptor Guillome’ studio and gallery is located between Santa Fe and Albuquerque off New Mexico Highway 14. Orginally photographed for Southwest Art magazine. You can see more of his work at



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Peggy McGivern studio visit

Peggy McGivern’s studio on a snowy morning in Taos New Mexico. She was photographed for Southwest Art Magazine. You can see her work in these galleries: Act I Gallery, Taos; Abend Gallery, Denver; Alexandra Stevens Gallery, Santa Fe; Tubac Arts & Gifts, Tubac, AZ. You can see her work online at

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Matthew Higginbotham studio visit

Colorado native and Santa Fe resident Matthew Higginbotham is represented by Waxlander Gallery in Santa Fe. This was originally photographed for Southwest Art Magazine. You can see more of his work at




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Teruko Wilde studio visit


Energetic Teruko Wilde, originally photographed for Southwest Art Magazine, is fortunate and smart enough to have a studio indoors as well as out. You can view her paintings at Total Arts Gallery in Taos, McLarry Modern in Santa Fe, ArtForte in Seattle and Art Network in Denver. You can find out more about her and see her work online at


Ciel Bergman studio visit

Ciel BergmanArtist Ciel Bergman’s Large studio in Santa Fe is a mix of work space and living space. Accomplished and prolific you can see some of her work at the R.B. Stevenson Gallery and at Saatchi Art. You can see more of her work and information on her at

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Donna Ruff studio visit

Donna Ruff


Artist Donna Ruff burns and cuts her materials into beautiful and intriguing art works. There is an article on her in The HuffingtonPost, she has pieces in many collections including the New Mexico Museum of Art and you can see her work at the Fitz-Roy Knox Gallery. You can find out more about her at

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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 and get information about her workshops at

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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

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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

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Iwaski studio (re)visit


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

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