Artist Profile: Taylor Dueker

Others describe my work as ‘primitive modern’, warm, organized, associative, and ‘provocative’.

Artist Profile: Sue Betanzos

The glass paintings not only have the main subjects of St. Francis with their pets, but also include detailed local flora and fauna. 

Artist Profile: Dawn Whitmore

Our current goal is summed up in our vision: “to assist farmers and their families to create and preserve the history of their farmland for future generations.”

Artist Profile: Scooter Morris

Through an evolution of style, the paintings became a depiction of abstract landscape, where the viewer feels a certain familiarity of place.

Artist Profile: Scott Idleman

Thematically, my body of work is about connectivity…Each painting has a unique personality, some gently undulating while others are sharp and rigid to the touch. I encourage my viewers to touch and connect with the feel of the surface.

Artist Profile: Meg Greene Malvasi

As a writer and a photographer, I can get a bit isolated, so Instagram is a terrific resource for me.

Artist Profile: Toni Brou

Making the suns is my therapy, but they seem to make a lot of other people happy in the process, too.

Artist Profile: Mary Mirabal

It is there in Santa Fe that my soul comes alive and I feel inspired to paint.

Artist Profile: Cheri Cottrell

Going the self-publishing route was overwhelming—because I knew nothing about the publishing business at first—but learning wasn’t impossible.

Artist Profile: Demetra Theofanous

My signature is a technique I developed for weaving glass, which allows me to create large scale sculptures by melting glass in the flame at a table top torch.