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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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Linda Swanson studio visit

Linda Swanson

Linda Swanson’s large graphite drawings come to life on a wall at her studio and home in Santa Fe. She is chair of Santa Fe University of Art and Design’s Art Department and is widely exhibited. You can see her work at lswansonstudio.com.

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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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George Chacon studio visit

George Chaco

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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Richard Alan Nichols studio visit

Richard Nichols

Painter Richard Nichols is currently working in the north light studio that once belonged to Taos painter Ernest Blumenschein. Energetic, enthusiastic and prolific you can view more of Richard’s work at richardalannichols.com and to keep up with his events Richard Alan Nichols Facebook.

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Leandro Rodriguez studio visit

Leandro M Rodriguez

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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Susan Mihalic studio visit

Susan MihalicWriter, editor Susan Mihalic lives outside of Taos New Mexico in a house she shares with artist Fredrick Aragon. Her writing space is windowless and quiet, her creative den. You can read Susan’s writing at The Laughing Dog, a high desert blog.

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Terry Protheroe studio visit

Terry Protheroe

After a long stint as a jewelry/hardware designer in the New York world of fashion, master Goldsmith Terry Protheroe set up studio near Santa Fe. Having worked for clients such as Cartier, Tiffany, and Buccellati, he brings experience and a master’s touch to his projects. Projects such as collaborations with painter Rosetta Santiago, jewelry, furniture and old Ducatis. You can see some of his work at Nathalie’s in Santa Fe. You can contact Terry at terryprotheroe(at)yahoo.com.

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Thomas Lehn studio visit

Thomas Lehn

Designer Thomas Lehn works in space that he shares with his wife Jane Lackey. He is co-chair of Design Santa Fe and chair of the annual Design Lab Exhibition. He teaches at Santa Fe University of Art and Design in the foundations program. He works in wood, designs furniture and interior spaces. You can see more of his work at thomaslehndesigns.com.

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Raphaelle Goethals studio visit

Raphaelle Goethals works are in encaustic on Birch panels. She has recently completed and moved into a new studio near her house. Her signature large paintings can be seen at 212 Gallery, Gail Severn Gallery, and Elin Eagle-Smith Gallery. You can see more of her work at raphaellegoethals.com.

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