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Tom Miller studio visit

Sculptor Tom Miller works in and around his studio. At times his work can look deceptively two dimensional. Tom is on the faculty at Santa Fe University of Art and Design. You can view Tom’s work at

Jane Lackey studio visit

Jane Lackey makes 2D works on paper and installations. She uses everyday materials such as tape, stickers and thread as elements of drawings that map interconnections, networks and paths of circuitry. Recent works were influenced by research during a five month, Japan/Us Creative Artist Exchange Fellowship in 2011. She is Contributing Faculty at SFUAD. She shares her studio space with her husband Thomas Lehn. You can see more of her work at

Susan York studio visit

Artist Susan York works in 2D and in 3D using graphite as a main component in both. In addition to keeping busy creating her art she is on the faculty of the Santa Fe University of Art and Design. You can see more of her work at

Meridel Rubenstein studio visit

Among Meridel Rubenstein’s many artistic achievements are a Guggenheim Fellowship and graduate work with Minor White at MIT. Widely exhibited and currently teaching as a visiting associate professor at the School of Art, Design, and Media at Nanyang University in Singapore. Meridel’s studio outside of Santa Fe is similar to many modern photographer’s studios in the way the darkroom has become an occasional storage room and, in Meridel’s case, a place for her large format digital printer. You can see Meridel’s work at

Joel Nakamura studio visit

So what does Joel Nakamura do while waiting for paint to dry? Practices with his bokken of course. You can see more of Joel’s work at

Jesus Alvidrez studio visit

Jesus Alvidrez is a student at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design.

Gerry Snyder portrait

This is from a recent shoot for the Santa Fe University of Art and Design‘s Vice President of Academic Affairs and painter Gerry Snyder. We did this shot by one of the painting studios on campus. You can see his work at

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