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Patrick McFarlin studio visit

Patrick McFarlin - 1Painter, 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.

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George Chacon studio visit

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Painter, muralist and Taos New Mexico resident George Chacon works out of a studio addition at his home. You can see more of his work at George Chacon Fine Art. You can keep up with his events via his Facebook page George Chacon Fine Art.

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Leandro Rodriguez studio visit

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Painter and sculptor Leandro Rodriguez works in Acuarelas, his store front gallery on the plaza in Taos New Mexico. You can see more of his work at Acuarelas Studio Gallery.

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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.

Herb Lotz studio visit

Herbert Lotz is a respected photographer and artist. His work has shown recently at Verve Gallery. Among the many places his work has been published Fresco Fine Art Publication‘s ‘Photography New Mexico’ has a great spread on his work. The Palace of the Governor’s did a ‘Through the Lens‘ video interview with Herb in 2009.

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 meridelrubenstein.com.

Braldt Bralds studio visit

Braldt Bralds‘ intricately detailed paintings and illustrations have graced publications such as Rolling Stone and Der Spiegel. You can see his work at braldtbraldsstudio.com.

Rebecca ‘Puck’ Stair portrait

Location scout and location manager Rebecca ‘Puck’ Stair photographed near Galisteo New Mexico. +gmmb the agency and Creative America the client. Puck was a very good sport, as the mosquitos were taking full advantage of a windless evening in August.

Note: dive bombing mosquito circled in red.

 

Bill Armstrong portrait

Bill ArmstrongBill Armstrong, fuels specialist program manager for the Santa Fe National Forest, photographed for High Country News in aftermath of the La Conchas fire in the Jemez Mountians of New Mexico.

 

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