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.
Posts from the ‘academic’ Category
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.
Painter Richard Nichols is currently working in the north light studio that once belonged to Taos painter Ernest Blumenschein. Energetic, enthusiastic and prolific you can view more of Richard’s work at richardalannichols.com and to keep up with his events Richard Alan Nichols Facebook.
Designer Thomas Lehn works in space that he shares with his wife Jane Lackey. He is co-chair of Design Santa Fe and chair of the annual Design Lab Exhibition. He teaches at Santa Fe University of Art and Design in the foundations program. He works in wood, designs furniture and interior spaces. You can see more of his work at thomaslehndesigns.com.
By definition a photographer works with light, so it seems a very natural path for photographer Steve Fitch to wander between working with photography and creating neon sculptures. He has enjoyed a long and successful career and currently is a member of the faculty of Santa Fe University of Art and Design. You can see samples of his work at stevefitch.com.