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MF Cardamone

Artist Talk Friday, October 14th at 4:00 and Saturday, October 15th at 1:00 Join us for an exhibition of MF Cardamone's unique contemporary botanicals to benefit the Santa Fe Botanical Garden. Cardamone, a Pennsylvania based artist, is a graduate of the Horticulture Program at the Barnes Foundation Arboretum School in Merion, PA. This show will consist of new work, specifically on Plants of the Southwest. While planning her Native Pennsylvanian habitat garden, she began this series, which... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 10/9/11
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Christina Chalmers

Christina Chalmers work is steeped in questions of humanity and divinity; the formless revealed through form. Chalmers uses materials in both an organic and intuitive way in each unique composition. In all her work, she makes clear the elements she has used, and yet still allows viewers to draw their own conclusions regarding nature, beauty, and the divine. These luminous sculptures and inspired paintings create a mysterious alchemy and a magical space in which to ponder and imagine. (Image:... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 6/5/11
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Poetry in Process

        Selby Fleetwood Gallery presents "Poetry in Process", the visual poetry of Christina Chalmers, Rodney Hatfield, Julie Schumer, and Nicholas Wilton and highlights how these artists are inspired by the possibility of materials and a work’s surface. Their paintings, drawings, and sculptures display a kind of intuitive exploration in the form and function of both traditional and non-traditional media. A lyrical quality is present in all of their works due to the... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 4/17/11
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Peter Burega & Steven Seinberg

        Selby Fleetwood Gallery is now representing Peter Burega of Santa Fe, NM and Steven Seinberg of Ashville, NC whose recent works present two distinct approaches to contemporary abstract expressionism. Seinberg’s atmospheric work in oil and charcoal on canvas highlights the quiet intimacy of the painting process through conspicuous drips, smears, washes, and personal text. The active markmaking and aggressively manipulated layers of oil on panel in Burega’s paintings... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 2/13/11
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Nicholas Wilton

            Selby Fleetwood Gallery is pleased to announce a show for Nicholas Wilton. The exhibition, titled "Life Fortune," will begin with an opening night reception on Friday evening, August 13th from 5 – 7 pm. Wilton's paintings are complex, abstract with organic shapes, and full of little surprises. His deeply-layered panels host sgraffito words, esoteric symbols, birds, plants, animals, geometric shapes and more. Collectors of Wilton’s work often speak of discovering new details... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 8/10/10
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Sandra Pratt - Landscapes

          Selby Fleetwood Gallery will host an opening reception for Sandra Pratt on Friday, June 18th from 5-7 pm. Pratt is a self-taught artist who creates unique and compelling landscapes of places real and imagined. Using palette knives as her primary tool, she layers her oil paint on linen ground in a personal and emotional process. Pratt uses both graceful flowing lines and deft staccato knife strokes to portray her own inner landscape. Although still quite young, she... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 6/13/10
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Preview of The Underbelly of Clouds at Selby Fleetwood Gallery

by Mark FARADAY
        In a historic adobe dating from the 1760's where you will experience the unique beauty of a traditional adobe with influences of Moorish, Spanish and Pueblo styles, the artist Christina Chalmers's exhibit opens with the humorous title "The Underbelly of Clouds". Visitors are invited to linger and enjoy the portal overlooking two private gardens while integrating the wholeness of the art with a true Santa Fe experience. Chalmers, who works in video, oil, mixed media and bronze,... [more]
Posted by Mark FARADAY on 4/5/09
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