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Posts from the ‘painters’ Category

Sergio Moyano studio visit

Prolific painter and print maker Sergio Moyano has his house filled with paintings and photos from a long and productive career. When the weather permits he paints outside in his tarpped off portal. You can view more of his work at sergiomoyano.com.

Aleta Pippin studio visit

Painter Aleta Pippin’s large space allows her to work on several paintings at once. She is owner of the gallery Pippin Contemporary, which showcases her work as well as several other artists. You can see more of her work at aletapippin.com

Roseta Santiago studio visit

Painter Roseta Santiago  draws inspiration from her surroundings. Her home and studio serve as both work and living space. Representational and realistic, partially describes her work that transcends well crafted documentation. You can see more of her work via rosetasantiago.com. She can also be contacted at 505-670-1525.

Albert Scharf studio visit

Albert Scharf is an energetic painter whose passion is color which manifests in clouds and landscapes. He is represented by Meyer East Gallery in Santa Fe and Wilde Meyer Gallery in Scottsdale. He is on Facebook at Albert Scharf. You can see Albert’s work at albertscharfstudio.com.

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 tommillerstudio.net.

Ted Larsen studio visit

Sculptor painter Ted Larsen in his tidy studio. Assemblages, constructions and deconstructions utilizing recycled metal. You can view his work at tedlarsen.com.

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 janelackey.com.

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 susanyork.com.

Tom Scott Reno studio visit

Tom Scott Reno has a studio when he is in Santa Fe behind the house he shares with Paula Zima. He is equally likely to be working out of his recently rebuilt home on wheels with his workshop in the trailer he pulls behind. Sculptures and paintings flow freely and energetically from Tom. You can see his work at tomscottreno.com.

Jim Vogel studio visit

In his studio near Dixon New Mexico Jim Vogel creates oil paintings reminiscent of another time. Yet his subject matter and settings are still present in Northern New Mexico. You can see more of his work at BlueRainGallery.com and during the during the Dixon Studio tour

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