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Seven Miles per Second

Erin Currier’s newest body of work examines the lives of people that live outside the democratic process; those whose political or economic circumstances have forced them into a life of migration where struggle becomes the central theme. In Currier’s style of merging post consumer waste with fine painting and a desire to seek social and political justice, she has created a powerful show of roughly 20 new mixed media portraits that lure the viewer with layers of collage and a deeply human element in the individuals portrayed. Through our own emotional connection with the individuals portrayed... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 9/11/11
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Wood Sculpture

Blue Rain Gallery is proud to announce the fine turned wood sculpture of three great artists: Bud Latven, J. Paul Fennell, and John Berger in an exciting three man show! The show is scheduled to open in our Santa Fe location on Friday, May 6, 2011 and will run through Saturday, May 21, 2011. There will be a reception for the artists on Friday, May 6th from 5 – 7pm and the public is invited! Bud Latven and J. Paul Fennell have both achieved elevated status in the world of turned wood art. Each has been working in their medium for over 30 years, and has achieved enviabl... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 5/8/11
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Rik Allen

These works have been in the form of space craft, rockets and scientific apparatus . In this way, art and technology share a symbiotic grace. Most of ...›› read full bio These works have been in the form of space craft, rockets and scientific apparatus . In this way, art and technology share a symbiotic grace. Most of the current work is made primarily of glass and metal, which expresses a paradoxical symbiosis. The relationship between the rigid strength of metal with glass, apparent fragility creates an alluring tension. On the surface, these are interpla... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 10/10/10
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Cathedral of the Soul

by E-Slant Team
"Down an ordinary alley off one of the busier streets in Taos is a shabby door in need of paint. Open it, and one enters a room full of fantastical paintings, monotypes, and panels, all awash in the clear northern light falling from a wall of windows. The work seem visions from Gothic fairytale, or half-remembered images from a haunting childhood fever dream. This is the studio of Randall LaGro, an artist and printmaker graced with the unusual talent of creating works that are often equal parts of the conscious and subconscious world. Hanging from every wall, leaning in corners, set on easels, an... [more]
Posted by E-Slant Team on 6/7/09