Paula Roland works her abstract encaustic magic in her studio outside of Santa Fe. She teaches workshops out of the studio as well as creating work that can be seen in these galleries: William Siegal Gallery in Santa Fe, Conrad Wilde Gallery in Tucson, and Smink in Dallas. You can see more of her work at paularoland.com and get information about her workshops at rolandworkshops.com.
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Sculptor, mixed media artist, art writer and exhibit juror Nancy Ziegler Nodelman fabricates her work out of found objects. Old teabags, bits of plastic tray, paper bags, old cover less books have all subcomb to her designs. She is active with SITE Santa Fe. You can see more of her work at nancyzieglernodelman.com
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.
By definition a photographer works with light, so it seems a very natural path for photographer Steve Fitch to wander between working with photography and creating neon sculptures. He has enjoyed a long and successful career and currently is a member of the faculty of Santa Fe University of Art and Design. You can see samples of his work at stevefitch.com.
“One starts by scribbling and ends up creating…” Charlie Chongr Andrijanoff. Personable and easily approachable Charlie works from his home which is as much living space as it is a creative space. He paints in his garage turned studio and shows art in his living room turned gallery. He has studied at The New School in New York. You can see more of Charlie’s work at artcharlie.com.