Fine Art Blog
Exhibition: May 18- September 1 at the Albuquerque Museum of Art titled Changing Perceptions of the Western Landscape. Charlie Burk's painting Sundance is featured in the exhibition curated by Andrew Connors.
Karen Bexfield has a unique, clear vision about her work. Her sculptures are delicate in appearance but strong in form, they capture life’s spontaneity. Her upcoming exhibition in early May will be an exciting mix of work the artist has created over the past few years. This exhibition introduces Karen Bexfield's unique sculptures to Santa Fe art collectors. Exhibition dates: May 10 through 23, 2013
“My introductory solo exhibition is a little like a tasting menu. I’m presenting small intimate groupings of a lot of different glasswork I have created using my kiln-formed technique. I’ll be showing my cubes, eclipse/moon pieces, vessel pieces, wall pieces, and sculptural works."
James Marshall's sculpture is featured in the New Mexico Museum of Fine Art's Alcove 12.9 exhibition March 1 through April 5. When you are in Santa Fe next, stop by the museum to see three fabulous sculptures, then come by the gallery to view more.
We are pairing up with Santa Fe Properties this weekend for the ART OF HOMES TOUR. February 23 and 24th from noon to 4pm on both days. Come see us at The Sundial House 1602 City Lights in Santa Fe, NM. It is a fabulous contemporary home with amazing views of the Sangre de Christo Mountain Range and our city. It is a perfect home for art! Jamie Kirkland painting featured in this photo.
Come join us on Friday, February 22nd for the Edible Art Tour. We are one of 35 art galleries in Santa Fe that pair up with our favorite culinary chefs. Walk from gallery to gallery and enjoy the culinary delights. Tickets are $35 in advance/ $40 and the proceeds of the evening events go to ARTsmart. Winterowd Fine Art pairs up with Chef Patrick Kline of AMAYA Restaurant of Hotel Santa Fe. Chef Kline will be creating a magnificent feast for us all to enjoy. Learn more about the Edible Art Tour visit: www.artfeast.com/artfeast-events
We had a fabulous time in Los Angeles meeting collectors and friends of the gallery at the LA Art Show: January 23-27, 2013. Thank you to all those who came to be part of a great adventure.
Find us on the front page of the LA Times Saturday, January 26, 2013 (Upper Left Corner)
Winterowd Fine Art participates in the 2013 LA Art Show.
Come visit our booth #736.
The 2013 LA Art Show presents the art world's limitless range
featuring exhibitors who appreciate the past, embrace the present
and forecast the future. The LA Art Show is the West Coast¹s most
comprehensive art experience, with 4 distinct sections: Modern &
Contemporary, Historic & Traditional, Vintage Posters, and the
IFPDA Los Angeles Fine Print Fair, showcasing the highest caliber
galleries enhanced by exceptional programming and special exhibitions.
GENERAL SHOW DATES
A great time of year to visit Santa Fe is Christmas. Canyon Road Christmas Eve walk is one of our most magical evening events of the year. Evening festivities begin at sundown. All the galleries and businesses along Canyon Road and the surrounding home communities have placed farolitos (pictured here) along walkways to make a candlelit evening stroll. Bring family and friends along. No doubt you will inspried to sing some carols that evening or join in a carolling circle at a roadside luminaria (petite bonfire). Several galleries are open that night. Come join in the magic, make your reservations to your favorite restaurant early for Xmas Eve, & plan a trip to Santa Fe.
Tom Kirby describes the theme for this show and the images in his paintings “as a transcendent moment of illumination.” He explains his paintings as “a glimpse of the timeless essence behind the surface appearance of reality.”
For this artist how the image is arrived at is as important as the final vision itself. The method of creating these artworks is a process of variation of ingredients of the paint mixtures, glazes and varnishes. No two mixtures are identical from one painting to the next. It is the opposite of formulaic painting. Gold dust, ground pearl, powdered graphite and rare resins like amber and sandarac are examples of the elements added to these mixtures. Tom finds the intrinsic physical properties of these materials fascinating.
This process is similar to that of the medieval alchemists who varied the elements in their concoctions while searching for the elixir of immortality. These permutations in the painting process are their own goal or product. This is in accord with nature’s tendency toward variation and change. As the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus said, “in ceaseless change, all things find rest.” These variations are the sine qua non of subtle, transcendent quality of these paintings.
Please join us for the artist opening reception on November 23, 2012.
- Jamie Kirkland Exhibition October 2012
- Alex Bernstein Exhibition August 2012
- Collector News 13 July 2012
- Visiting Santa Fe July 2012
- Emilio Lobato Trunk Show of Tribal Inspired Ornament May 2012
- Blaire Rice Bennett exhibition April 2012
- Arturo Mallmann exhibition March 2012
- Sophia Dixon Dillo installation February 2012
- Edible Art Tour February 2012
- 2nd Term as Santa Fe Gallery Association President
- Carol Ware: bronze artifacts exhibition Feb 2012
- Vibrant Passion, a group exhibition December 2011