Gigi Mills Exhibit of New Work

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Seated Man with Dog and Box Oil On Panel 18 X 24 © Courtesy of the Artist and Selby Fleetwood Gallery
Gigi Mills Exhibit of New Work

600 Canyon Road
87501 Santa Fe
October 15th, 2010 - October 28th, 2010
Opening: October 15th, 2010 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Sun-Mon 10-5


Selby Fleetwood Gallery

presents a show of New Work by

Gigi Mills

Reception with the Artist

This Friday, October 15th 4-7 pm

Please join us online or in person to see the latest paintings from this talented artist.


We are delighted to present the evocative and lyrical work of Gigi Mills. The opening reception for this well-known Santa Fe artist is Friday, October 15th, from 4-7 pm.

We have admired the narrative paintings of this local favorite for quite some time. In late Spring, Gigi came to our gallery, and we are all pleased with the results.

This will be Gigi Mills’ premier solo show at Selby Fleetwood Gallery. Come and meet this charming painter and enjoy the simple elegance of her work.

Gigi Mills paints in a loose and flowing style. She believes in the value of simplicity, and one can see that manifest in the simplified elegance of her paintings. There is a subtlety to her brush work and palette choice that whispers, rather than shouts.

Mills’ work is sometimes compared to that of Milton Avery. Her subjects often exude a surrealistic dreamscape quality, with enough psychological and aesthetic weight to entice viewers and keep them coming back. Her aim is to let her canvases speak with a quiet strength that is more than just the sum of subject matter and color choice.

Mills works in oil. She paints figures, still-lifes, landscapes and whatever else may interest her. Regardless of the style or subject, in all her work she strives to create paintings of extraordinary beauty with a ballast of emotional complexity.

We trust you’ll enjoy Gigi’s work. Perhaps you’ll even find a painting to add to your own collection.

See Gigi’s work here.


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