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
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
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.
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.
Painter, 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.
Painter 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.
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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