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Mary Beagle has primarily worked with oil on canvas; her paintings reflect her love of native and Latino cultures and celebrations. She incorporates geometric or native designs into her compositions … more
Margaret Bernstein was meandering through a profession of words, interviews and teenagers when, on a whim, she fell suddenly into experimenting with paints and brushes in Las … more
Victoria Chick established her painting studio near Silver City after a 40-year art career as studio artist, registered art therapist and a combined 15 years as adjunct instructor at the University … more
Ruth Drayer's work is non-objective; she is painting color and color relationships and has developed her own technique. Rather than beginning with an idea, Drayer textures her blank canvas with a … more
Lois Duffy has had a studio and gallery in Silver City’s downtown historic Yankie/Texas Art District for 23 years. She paints large acrylic paintings of surreal and realistic subject matter. … more
Dr. Lucky is a performance artist and curator of happenings influenced by exaggerated theatricality, camp sensibility and commitment to the absurd. A key figure in the emergence of neo-burlesque in … more
Cathie R. Eisen works in wood, leather and clay. She is also a poet and writer. “My creativity is expressed in many ways,” she said. “My words reflect insight and adventure. The … more
For Larry Felhauer, art is a pastime that developed after retirement from the business world. He took classes in ceramics, welding and sculpting which got him thinking of ways to marry these skills … more
Stan Ford is an award-winning nature photographer specializing in landscapes and wildlife. He works primarily in the public lands of the American West and Southwest. Ford’s formal education led … more
João Galera is Western New Mexico University/Town of Silver City artist in residence. This exhibition is the result of a year-long artist’s residency in Silver City. … more
The Grant County Art Guild Gallery showcases fine arts and fine crafts by 35 Grant County artists and artisans. The beauty and spirit of southwest New Mexico comes to life in oils, acrylics, … more
Carrie Greer discovered she loved working in wax in the 1970s. She said it’s been a “happy progression” from candles to batik on cloth and batik on paper that recently it morphed … more
The photographs on the website of Nancy Gregory are her story. “I feel a deep connection to this gorgeous state of New Mexico, an inaudible calling to be present, to observe the life forms, to … more
Kelly Hart attended the University of California at Berkeley in the 1960s, where he worked as a freelance photographer. He then attended the San Francisco Art Institute and worked for the Berkeley … more
Sylvia A Hendrickson is a gourd artist, finding her love for gourds after moving to Las Cruces in 2007 and discovering buffalo gourds in the desert. Friends introduced her to more gourds and she was … more
Nichole Holmes is a new artist living in Truth or Consequences. Her primary medium is metallic acrylics on canvas and paper. The vibrant colors of Southwest sunsets were the initial inspiration … more
James Stuart Kane is a sculptor who works primarily with carved wood and cast bronze. His work spans many years of working serially, moving joyously toward simplification and clarification, striving … more
Karen J. Lauseng has been working on whimsical art recently, a change from the elegant jewelry she has made and sold for years. “Of late, my focus has been on the search for beauty,” she … more
Light Art Space/Karen Hymer is a visual artist originally from Tucson. She relocated to New Mexico in 2018 to open Light Art Space in historic downtown Silver City. Although “trained” as … more
Dennis Lujan has lived in Las Cruces going on 17 years and calls the city his home with his husband, Jeff. Lujan has been in the art community from the day he arrived. He owned In Effect Gallery on … more
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