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Posts from the ‘sculptors’ Category

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.

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.

Destiny Allison studio visit

Energetic Destiny Allison, runs a gallery of her own, is a member of the New Mexico Sculptors Guild, facilitates a monthly salon, is an author, makes sculptures and paints. You can see her work at destinyallison.com and destinyallisonfineart.com.

James Drake studio visit

James Drake in his studio. Some of the artwork on the walls will be in his upcoming show at the New Mexico Museum of Art. James is represented by Dwight Hackett projects, Santa Fe and Moody Gallery, Houston. You can see more of his work at jamesdrake.net.

Maria Hwang Levy studio visit

Maria Hwang Levy in her studio which is momentarily free from kids and kid stuff. You can see more of her work at hwangworks.com

Colette Hosmer studio visit

A studio visit with Colette Hosmer. Colette’s studio had a mixture of different light sources and I opted to shoot with those to keep the different color effects. You can see more of Colette’s work at colettehosmer.com.

Paula Zima studio visit

Paula Zima lives with her partner Tom, her horses, cat and occasional strays outside of Santa Fe. Multitalented she works as an illustrator, painter, and sculptor. You can see more of her work at paulazima.com.

  

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