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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 guillome.com

 

 

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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 peggymgivern.com.

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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 matthewhigginbotham.com

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Teruko Wilde studio visit

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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 terukowilde.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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Iwaski studio (re)visit

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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.

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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Woody Gwyn studio visit

Woody Gwyn 1Painter Woody Gwyn works in four studios. Three are scattered about in his historic adobe and one has wheels. On the east coast his work can be seen at David Findlay Jr Fine Art, on the west coast at Modernism and in New Mexico at LewAllen Contemporary Galleries. You can see more of his work at woodygwyn.com.

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Kate Palmer studio visit

Kate Palmer

Perfectly situated for a landscape painter, Kate Palmer’s studio sits secluded in the hills out side of Santa Fe. You can see more of her work at katepalmer.com, at Greenberg Fine Art in Santa Fe and The Sylvan Gallery in Charleston SC. Originally photographed for Southwest Art magazine.

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Frederick Aragon studio visit

Frederick Aragon

To say painter, musician and filmaker  Frederick (Rick) Aragon keeps himself busy would be a bit of an understatement. The house he shares with his partner, writer Susan Mihalic, in Taos New Mexico is pretty much all studio. He can be found playing his flutes at numerous venues in Taos and Santa Fe. In Rick’s own words about his films, “2008 I won the Governors Cup National Geographic All Roads Film Project and made the film “Mysterys Night.” In 2010 I won the State of New Mexico New Visions Award for my song, “Dark Is My Light.” (The) Film is still a work in progress. My projects now are about songs with music videos as an introduction to the public.” You can see his work at frederickaragon.com, to keep up with his events via Facebook you can find him at Frederick Aragon Facebook. Last but not least you can see examples of his video/film work, including proof of his chile eating prowess, via his You Tube channel Frederick Aragon You Tube.

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