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  • Santa Fe Studio Art Collective | Santa Fe Studio Tour | Santa Fe, NM, USA

    THE 16th ANNUAL SANTA FE STUDIO TOUR Save the date SEP. 21-22, 28-29 2024 11AM - 5PM THE 16th ANNUAL SANTA FE STUDIO TOUR SFSAC SFSAC The Tour IT'S HERE . . . IN ITS 16th YEAR! Over 100 artists will open their studios City-wide both weekends from 11 AM until 5 PM. Featured Art Genres Ceramics Digital Art Drawing/Illustration Glass Jewelry Mixed Media Painting Photography Sculpture Textile Art Woodworking/ Furniture Design Artists All Artists All Artists Deborah Allison #38 Keith Bailey #11 Luisa Baldinger #12 Steve Barr #1 Brad Bealmear #13 Carole Belliveau #73 Stan Berning #74 Lisa Bick #33 Michael Billie #2 Bonnie Binkert #39 Misha Bittleston #75 Rachel Bounds #40 Carole Bowker #76 Thomas Bowker #76 Daniel Brown #14 Michele Byrne #41 Michael Coop #42 Rob Davenport #15 Deb Davis-Livaich #43 Martina De Avila #33 Jerry Defrese #44 Leah Devine Pokrasso #45 Crista Dixon #34 Paul du Coudray #46 Brian Edwards #47 Selena Engelhart #48 Robbi Firestone #77 Wendy Foster #49 Jane Frederick #50 Cindy Fry #51 Trevor Goring #88 Shayna Grandbois #16 Rosemarie Green #3 Mireille Haboucha #17 Albert Handell #52 John Harmon #53 L. Thayer Hutchinson #4 Lindsay Iliff #78 Linda Ingraham #18 Suzy Johnson #79 Kristine Keheley #46 Cheryl Kelley #54 Gerd J. Kunde #35 Heidi Kutchin #36 Bettina Lancaster #55 Joanna Leffeld #56 Heidi Loewen #80 Linda Logan-Condon #19 Janis Luedke #5 Hank Lumen #20 Selena Engelhart #48 Robbi Firestone #77 Wendy Foster #49 Jane Frederick #50 Cindy Fry #51 Trevor Goring #88 Shayna Grandbois #16 Rosemarie Green #3 Mireille Haboucha #17 Albert Handell #52 John Harmon #53 L. Thayer Hutchinson #4 Lindsay Iliff #78 Linda Ingraham #18 Suzy Johnson #79 Kristine Keheley #46 Cheryl Kelley #54 Gerd J. Kunde #35 Heidi Kutchin #36 Bettina Lancaster #55 Joanna Leffeld #56 Heidi Loewen #80 Linda Logan-Condon #19 Janis Luedke #5 Hank Lumen #20 Janet Lynn #57 Patrick Lysaght #21 Sara M Novenson #81 Patricia Marin Miranda #82 Kiki Martinez #54 Peter McCarthy #83 Barbara McCulloch #22 Sandy McDaniel #88 Darlene Olivia McElroy #43 Marilyn McEvoy #84 Saundra McPherson #58 Sara Miller #6 Kirsty Morris #85 Richard Nicholas #34 Philip Nichols #81 Eva Nicolait #7 Shan Ogdemli #59 Douglas Oliver #60 Ron Pokrasso #61 Colin Poole #86 Kristine Poole #86 Veronica Primerano #23 Nancy Reyner #24 Vivienne Riggio #25 Kate Rivers #26 Joyce Robins #49 Diane G Rolnick #8 Roxanne Rossi #62 Mary Ann Salomone #63 Debra Self #64 Mark Sharrock #27 Jane Shoenfeld #28 Sandy Short #29 Melinda Silver #65 Sharon Sorken #30 Sabrina Staires #37 Monika Steinhoff #66 R Dianne Stewart #9 Bonnie Teitelbaum #67 Emily Timberlake #68 Carol Tippit Woolworth #31 Anne Vidovich-O'Shea #32 John Wagner #69 Barbara Weber Yoffee #87 Stephanie West #50 Robert Wilhelm #10 Marcia Williams #73 Laura Yeats #70 Bette Yozell #71 David Zeiset #72 Janet Lynn #57 Patrick Lysaght #21 Sara M Novenson #81 Patricia Marin Miranda #82 Kiki Martinez #54 Peter McCarthy #83 Barbara McCulloch #22 Sandy McDaniel #88 Darlene Olivia McElroy #43 Marilyn McEvoy #84 Saundra McPherson #58 Sara Miller #6 Kirsty Morris #85 Richard Nicholas #34 Philip Nichols #81 Eva Nicolait #7 Shan Ogdemli #59 Douglas Oliver #60 Ron Pokrasso #61 Colin Poole #86 Kristine Poole #86 Veronica Primerano #23 Nancy Reyner #24 Vivienne Riggio #25 Kate Rivers #26 Joyce Robins #49 Diane G Rolnick #8 Roxanne Rossi #62 Mary Ann Salomone #63 Debra Self #64 Mark Sharrock #27 Jane Shoenfeld #28 Sandy Short #29 Melinda Silver #65 Sharon Sorken #30 Sabrina Staires #37 Monika Steinhoff #66 R Dianne Stewart #9 Bonnie Teitelbaum #67 Emily Timberlake #68 Carol Tippit Woolworth #31 Anne Vidovich-O'Shea #32 John Wagner #69 Barbara Weber Yoffee #87 Stephanie West #50 Robert Wilhelm #10 Marcia Williams #73 Laura Yeats #70 Bette Yozell #71 David Zeiset #72 Deborah Allison #38 Keith Bailey #11 Luisa Baldinger #12 Steve Barr #1 Brad Bealmear #13 Carole Belliveau #73 Stan Berning #74 Lisa Bick #33 Michael Billie #2 Bonnie Binkert #39 Misha Bittleston #75 Rachel Bounds #40 Carole Bowker #76 Thomas Bowker #76 Daniel Brown #14 Michele Byrne #41 Michael Coop #42 Rob Davenport #15 Deb Davis-Livaich #43 Martina De Avila #33 Jerry Defrese #44 Leah Devine Pokrasso #45 Crista Dixon #34 Paul du Coudray #46 Brian Edwards #47 Workshops Our workshop page is coming soon! This year's Tour features many events, workshops, and talks, offering exciting opportunities to delve deeper into the artistic process and hone your skills alongside artists and fellow art enthusiasts. Workshops Workshops 2024 Tour Map Santa Fe Studio Tour Studios Artists Workshops Who We Are Preview Gallery Privacy Policy Search SFSAC - An All-Volunteer Arts Organization A New Mexico Non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, PO Box 6882, Santa Fe NM 87502 Contact Us: Phone: (505) 695-1244 Email: info@santafestudiotour.com Stay in the know. Subscribe for updates Sign Up Stay up-to-date on the latest for the 2024 Santa Fe Studio Tour! WEB DESIGN | ASHTON DIGITAL Newsletter Sign-Up News Spotlight We are thrilled and honored to grace the pages of this year's Southwest Contemporary's Fall New Mexico Guide, which celebrates Studio Tours throughout the state. Dive into the artistic heart of New Mexico with 'The Insider's View: Studio Tours Across New Mexico. Click the link below to embark on a visual journey like no other! Fall Guide Fall Guide All Artists All Artists Studios Step into the vibrant world of creativity with our 2024 Studios page, where we've meticulously curated the artistic landscape of Santa Fe into four distinct neighborhoods: Historic, Old Pecos Trail, Southside, and Midtown/La Tierra. Explore an eclectic array of studios, each a haven for artistic expression and innovation. Get ready to embark on a visual odyssey like no other, where every studio holds a story waiting to be shared. Whether you're a seasoned art enthusiast or a curious newcomer, let our 2024 Studios page guide you to uncover the rich tapestry of Santa Fe's artistic heritage. Studios Studios The Art of Instagram: Our Latest Creation Sponsors & Partners Who We Are The Santa Fe Studio Art Collective is a diverse community of studio artists dedicated to the creation and promotion of art as an essential part of life and the economy of the City and County of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Who We Are Who We Are Visitors Our Visitors section is your go-to guide for exploring the Santa Fe Studio Tour. Here, you'll find essential information on navigating the event and highlights of what to take advantage of. Whether you're a first-timer or a returning enthusiast, make the most out of your tour experience! Who We Are Want our FREE 2024 Art Catalog? Our helpful catalog is perfect for out-of-towners! Click the link below to explore intricate maps, captivating neighborhoods, detailed artist bios, and stunning glimpses of their art pieces. Dive into the vibrant art world with our Art catalog, featuring 100 talented artists from the 2024 Santa Fe Studio Tour! Don't miss out on this curated collection celebrating creativity and community. Get the 2024 Art Catalog! 2024 Art Catalog 2024 Art Catalog

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    Artists 2024 2024 Artists Studios 2024 Artists Ceramics Digital Art Drawing Glass Jewelry Mixed Media Painting Photography Sculpture Textile Art Woodworking Digital Art Drawing Fiber/Textile Glass Jewelry Mixed Media Painting Photography Sculpture Woodworking 2024 Studio Tour Artists Ceramics Sponsors & Partners Digital Art Drawing Fiber/Textile Santa Fe Studio Tour Glass Studios Artists Workshops Who We Are Preview Gallery Privacy Policy Search SFSAC - An All-Volunteer Arts Organization A New Mexico Non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation,PO Box 6882, Santa Fe NM 87502 Contact Us: Phone: (505) 695-1244 Email: info@santafestudiotour.com Stay in the know. Subscribe for updates Sign Up Stay up-to-date on the latest for the 2024 Santa Fe Studio Tour! WEB DESIGN | ASHTON DIGITAL Newsletter Sign-Up Graphic Art Jewelry Keith's pottery is a dialogue between the past and present. Working with clay is about chaos and control, fire and earth, and fragility and resilience. Through design, experimentation, and serendipity, he pushes the boundaries of technique and expression so that each piece has a contemporary aesthetic that evokes a connection and feeling to something more ancient. Keith's Raku pieces are an exploration of imperfection. The Raku firing process is dynamic and organic, with the kiln, fire, and smoke determining the final look of a vessel and creating crackle and iridescent hues that seem to embody impermanence. As he delves deeper into the alchemy of Raku, his art evolves, and with each piece, Keith invites you to enjoy the beauty that arises from the embrace of imperfection. Ceramicist KEITH BAILEY Learn More Luisa has been making containers in clay all her life, and she continues to explore the idea of the vessel as a metaphor for peace, plenty, a sense of well-being, and security. Her pieces are hand-built; she uses terra sigillata, engobes, and oxides to enhance the surface. Firing in aluminum foil saggars with myriad combustibles leads to unexpected results, with no two pieces alike. Ceramicist LUISA BALDINGER Learn More In a very traditional method, Martina gathers micaceous clay in the mountains of northern New Mexico and makes 100% organic cookware. This New Mexican, Micaceous clay is mixed with rainwater to create a naturally high mica content clay and thus is a fantastic thermal cookware. Each piece is coiled and hand-scraped into shapes (wheel not used), dried in the sun, sanded with sandstones, and burnished with a polished agate, which fuses the mica to the surface. The cookware in the oven, stovetop, and microwave is excellent. Archeological digs have uncovered evidence of micaceous cookware dating back hundreds of years in New Mexico. When used, the pieces become nonstick as oil or fat used in cooking is absorbed into the clay. The vessel's gradual and subtle patina embeds the story of your cooking history and creates a unique family heirloom. Martina aims for each loved, unique piece to bring a sense of art and New Mexican history into the modern kitchen. Ceramicist MARTINA DE AVILA Learn More Lindsay honors the tradition of the hand-built, hollow vessel: it is her body and the body of the tree. (rocks and stones, trees and bones, clouds and mountains, stupas, home...) Lindsay is drawn to the ancient, timeless landscape of New Mexico. May her sculpture speak of aliveness and kinship; may it speak of stillness. Her recent work pays homage to the giant Baobab trees of Africa, Madagascar, and Australia. As a species, these ancient succulents have inhabited Earth since before the separation of the continents. They provide a starting point for emotional grounding and my exploration of the possibilities of form. To begin again. Ceramicist LINDSAY ILIFF Learn More Porcelain is her sculptural canvas. Clay is ancient, interactive, and Heidi's total joy. Heidi smokes with pine needles, organic combustibles for earth tones, and punctuates with bright gold leaf. As do famous chefs Julia Child and Nigella Lawson, Heidi sprinkles "spices" of combustibles to smoke and uses oil paint, pigmented waxes, and varnish on her platters and sculptures. The Tucson Gem & Mineral show inspires her every year. Heidi loves enhancing her sculptures with fantastic gemstones and jewels! Heidi played in the mud from age 2. Porcelain is her new mud. She creates at the wheel with mesmerizing possibilities. She squishs, folds, slices, curls, swirls, tosses, and carves. Her creations vary from playful miniatures to large-scale vessels and multiple installations. Heidi loves refined, elegant forms and thin rims. She captures elegance and humor simultaneously. Inviting her collectors to collaborate on sculptures or platters for their homes is a joy. Heidi takes her work seriously, but she lives her life with humor. Ceramicist HEIDI LOEWEN Learn More Ceramics Metal Work Diane, a young ballerina/visual artist, grew up in New York City, learning discipline and artistry from some of the greatest dancers in the world, studying art in the museums and galleries of NYC while also knowing she would someday live in the West, where the mountains touch the sun. As a digital mixed-media artist, she examines with a painter's mind and eye, investigating the movements, interactions, and inner tinkering of who we are as humans inhabiting our planet. Diane's compulsion to extract from nature and densely layer her images defines her thoughts about our relationships with the natural world. Her recent exhibitions include an Honorable Mention from the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards and a showing at the FotoNostrum Gallery in Barcelona. Digital Artists DIANE G ROLNICK Learn More Human evolution on Earth is very special and important. It is a phenomenon we cannot ignore. (See Y. N. Harari, "Sapiens" and "Homo Deus") As a species, we have always been awed by creation. We create because we have been made (born by luck). As a species, we ARE the legendary "Second Coming," and we are naturally inspired to be part of it. We spend many of our lives looking into the tunnel of photographic images, thousands every day, from microscopic details to views of the history of time. This breath of imagery and relentless compilation mold us into thinking of this experience as reality. David is trying to find ways to back out of the tunnel. He compresses the space, shifts the lighting arbitrarily, manipulates the color, alters the depth of focus, sharpens and softens at will, bends and stretches forms and shapes while maintaining a proper relationship to the medium: pixels in a dot matrix, creating images that are 'un-photos. Digital Artists DAVID ZEIST Learn More Digital Art Mixed Media After moving to Santa Fe in 2022, Trevor expanded his background of storytelling in graphic novels and film storyboards into his Western Art, represented by a series of black and white drawings and paintings. Artist/Illustrator TREVOR GORING Learn More Drawing/Illustration Mural Art As Mireille layers, works, and shapes glass, it never surprises her with how it transforms itself. She aims to create a newness in this visual form that evokes the serenity of flowing movement in deep yet subtle, strong, and balanced layers. Though fused glass is flat, she tries to convey depth in fixed wall pieces, using color, fiber, and inclusions with textures that create rich, complex matte, glossy surfaces. Witnessing nature is deeply inspirational, as she senses light, warmth, and coolness in the play of highlight and shadow. But her intuition is what leads her. Her art is as close as she can come to communicating meanings that are too nebulous to put into words. Glass Artist MIREILLE HABOUCHA Learn More Peter creates functional and artistic pieces of kiln-formed glass. His work investigates the light transmission property of glass using transparency, opacity, and color. In his current work, he streaks and blurs the glass using heat and pressure. Glass Artist PETER MCCARTHY Learn More Glass Painting Photography With a background in painting, design, art history, and the natural sciences, Carole's artworks and jewelry designs are augmented with that of a painter's eye and artist's palette, integrating a keen interest in color, earth, and form. Her works in paper, paint, jewelry, and clay are represented by direct observation of pristine places of natural beauty, including Northern New Mexico, where she has lived, studied, worked, and traveled. Her approach to art is to portray, in a variety of media, the essence, nuance, and structure of nature in the least complex way. Jewelry Designer CAROLE BOWKER Learn More Crista loves making jewelry for the "girly girl" in all of us. Her work incorporates hand-cut stones, often set in silver. She often uses vintage elements in her bracelets, necklaces, and earrings. Her new works include borosilicate glass collars. Jewelry Designer CRISTA DIXON Learn More FourElements BeadWorks is Suzy's creative expression of Jewelry Design. She is inspired by the world around her every day. Earth, Wind (Sky), Water, and Fire are the beginning and end of each design. She is driven to make affordable, beautiful jewelry from natural stones, shells, corals, and pearls. She loves being able to blend into fashion trends and personal tastes. She also respects and appreciates the natural vibrations of every bead that she uses. They have the innate ability to help and heal those who wear them, even if that person isn't aware of it. The energies within semi-precious stones are well documented and have been utilized by hundreds of cultures over the ages. Jewelry Designer SUZY JOHNSON Learn More Creating art is Janet's passion, whether designing jewelry, painting, or working through cross-wall art …artistic expression is the center of everything she does. She puts her heart and soul into her designs, trying to create something unique for people to get excited about and enjoy. She creates her original pieces using color, texture, and designs. Her practice has grown, taking on new influences and becoming less conventional and more daring. She is inspired by the rawness of the desert and raw stones and creates pieces that showcase the beauty of the elements in them. Jewelry Designer JANET LYNN Learn More Joyce looks for shapes, colors, and textures to create striking contrasts. She creates a statement piece by juxtaposing organic elements (Tagua nuts, bark, dyed coral sticks, recycled glass) and geometrical solid shapes (metal, resin, stone). She has been told, "It looks like a party is about to happen"! Jewelry Designer JOYCE ROBINS Learn More Barbara is a jewelry designer, a metalsmith, and a graduate gemologist. When you create handmade jewelry, you are essentially making wearable art. One could say that jewelry is a small sculpture, but she thinks of metal as her canvas and gemstones as her palette. Her inspiration comes primarily from classic ancient jewelry styles, many of which are timeless. Color, texture, and light interact and evoke emotions in a harmonious, thoughtful design. Using only recycled and fair trade metals, Barbara loves playing with various gold and silver textures and accent designs with patina. She also likes to mix different gemstone cuts and colors for a bold look. As a gemologist, every gemstone is precious, and she prefers working with unusual pearls and stones with natural organic shapes. Jewelry Designer BARBARA WEBER YOFFEE Learn More Jewelry Design Printmaking Eco-dyeing is working with nature. Nothing is predictable. Sharon uses natural dyes, real leaves, and flowers for her printing on silk and wool. No two leaves print the same. Much depends on water, the sun, and the age of the plant and tree. Each piece she makes is like a surprise gift! Sharon has been eco-dying since September 2017. She continues to discover and learn new techniques. She creates new colors using copper, tin, iron, and aluminum. Insects, fruits, and vegetables also give color. It is a never-ending learning process. Sharon also enjoys teaching workshops in her Santa Fe studio or traveling to other locations. Her website has upcoming workshops. This art is challenging for her. She has advanced age-related macular degeneration. She has been a knitwear designer, jewelry maker, and now eco-dyer. Each time her eyesight changed, she had to reinvent herself. So, she will work and share her craft for as long as possible. She hopes you will join her! Textile/Fiber Artist SHARON SORKEN Learn More Textile/Fiber Sculpture Lisa came to encaustics with a background in textiles; that sensibility is evident in her work. Each process step is a metaphor for weaving with warps and wefts. Life and art intersect in the many layers of wax. The torch's fire fuses the layers that hold depictions of loss, desire, longing, and sometimes death. Her paintings bridge her internal self and the world at large. Through them, she can trace her travels from the cisterns of Istanbul to the frescoes of Florence and the tragic beauty of India. Lisa weaves the foundation, and then the light, darkness, history, and poetry all leave their witness in the wax. They become visual journals for her. The hardest part is finding patience, as sometimes it takes time for the story to emerge. At her core, Lisa is a romantic with a love of words and poetry. These attributes come into play when working with encaustics. She sees her work as visual poetry, exploring the interplay of the senses layered with scrims of images. Mixed Media Artist LISA BICK Learn More Michael is a Native American artist (Navajo) who works in mixed media. His work always seems to want to evolve. It's because he loves the challenge of pushing creative energy, and so many ideas are rattling in his head, and there is usually not enough time to get it all into the world. He has to be in a good head space when working. Michael loves the moments when he turns into a trance state of mind; the pieces flow without effort, and the composition comes together without thinking. He has always gravitated towards art you can view beyond the surface, so he works primarily with deep resin and mixed media pours. It allows you to see the piece's depth, like its soul. Mixed Media Artist MICHAEL BILLIE Learn More Deb Davis-Livaich's art is about an ardent love and concern for Nature and beauty in peril. Her art strives to provoke viewers to notice the overlooked worlds beneath their feet and to truly see the extraordinary color, pattern, and beauty in the natural world. Deb works in various media, including beaded assemblages, ceramic and bronze sculpture, mixed media drawings, and fused glass. Her works are carefully constructed still lives of forms and patterns from gardens, the ocean reef, desert plains, and shore or woodland floors rendered in ceramic, cast bronze, or bead mosaics. Her assemblages combine heavily weathered wood and elements found in Nature with ceramic forms, cast bronze, and beaded flora. Deb sees her art as conversations with Nature, a back-and-forth between the artist and the environment. Sometimes, she repeats Nature's marks and patterns, but she often reinterprets, embellishes, and celebrates Nature's voice. Mixed Media Artist DEB DAVIS-LIVAICH Learn More Wendy is an Abstract Expressionist working in college with an emphasis on paper. To elaborate on that - she has this thing about paper. It has played into her printmaking work and carried over when she began working in mixed media. She has a wonderful time experimenting with and incorporating paper into her work. It may be traditional print paper, exquisite Japanese papers, or something unusual like maps or old photos. She also works in series, creating a work within a thematic structure. She loves it when people derive their meaning from her work. She knows what she is trying to convey, but she enjoys the dialog when others find meaning, sometimes different from hers. Mixed Media Artist WENDY FOSTER Learn More "I am drawn to beautiful things...but beauty that reaches beyond the eyes and into the soul, the poignant beauty of vulnerability, loss, fragility, and hope. I revere the earth and all the wondrous little things we often overlook. I elevate these natural objects to iconic status to emphasize the sacredness and beauty of all life". Blurring the boundaries of photography, Linda Ingraham's powerful images are visual metaphors, touching on themes of spirituality, loss, desire, and hope. Her emotionally evocative artwork has been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the United States and abroad, including shows at The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, The Museum of Fine Art in Santa Fe, The Tucson Museum of Art, and The Laguna Gloria Art Museum. Mixed Media Artist LINDA INGRAHAM Learn More Bettina Lancaster is a painter living in Santa Fe, NM. She was born on the island of Bermuda, where her love of the natural world began. Her palette and subject matter reflect her beginning life on a tropical island. “Paintings are anchors. They anchor us to other worlds, such as the dream, symbolic, and natural worlds, which aren’t always easily accessible in daily life but are incredibly vital and, ultimately, what sustains us.” Her work is currently focused on lighthearted, whimsical subjects such as parrots and crowns. Mixed Media Artist BETTINA LANCASTER Learn More Linda describes herself as a global citizen, a lifelong learner, and curiously creative. Both Numerology and Wabi Sabi principles influence her art. The number "3" appears in her work regarding shape, size, color, and differences. Generally, "3" symbolizes the trinity, life cycle, harmony, wisdom, and understanding. On the other hand, Wabi Sabi acknowledges three simple truths: "Nothing lasts, Nothing is finished, and Nothing is perfect." Having traveled internationally and photographed the world extensively, Linda continues to be inspired by the daily rituals and artistic patterns in worldwide cultures. She has discovered that her creative journey is one of process, discovery, and adventure, and she stays open to possibility and is prepared to be surprised. She continues to be inspired by and experiment with a variety of materials, including photographic images, textures, collages, encaustic, resin, alcohol inks, and more. Mixed Media Artist LINDA LOGAN-CONDON Learn More The richly textured mixed media paintings of Darlene Olivia McElroy reflect the vision of an artist whose involvement with man's primal origins, sins, and religious conflicts has developed an imagery at once sensuously primitive and startlingly sophisticated. Weaving through textural surfaces, found objects, and rich symbolism, the viewer is drawn into a visual world where color plays the role of an atmospheric veil encompassing the personal myths of the artist. Born and raised in Southern California, McElroy is descended from an old New Mexico family of artists and storytellers. She has been deeply influenced by the summers she spent growing up on her family's ranch in Santa Fe, where the rich tapestry of Hispanic life filled the nights and brightly colored the days. Her paternal grandfather was an artist on Catalina Island who exposed her to art as a lifestyle and introduced her to color and the narrative in art. Mixed Media Artist DARLENE OLIVIA MCELROY Learn More Sara's objective as an artist is to bring some of her joy and optimism for a brighter, happier Universe to her viewers through her art. She has always found energy surrounded by bright colors and the feel of fabric textures. Sara loves working with patterns, textures, colors, and using geometric shapes & curves. The flow of the connecting shapes and colors seem to take on a life of their own in her art and represent the ups & downs we face every day; the connecting shapes are the fluidity of time, of life's changes, and how the world and events change each of us every day. She is driven by a fervent passion for creating art that resonates with the untold stories of women who have been overshadowed in a world often dominated by male narratives. Through her canvases, Sara strives to illuminate the struggles, triumphs, and indomitable spirit of women artists who, despite being marginalized, create with relentless determination and boundless creativity. Mixed Media Artist SARA MILLER Learn More Ron's artistic development revolves around expressing, making new discoveries, and returning to familiar themes. He has always relied upon things close to him that speak about his life's passions, often derived from day-to-day experiences. He works by diving into the love of creating, which is vital. Usually, there's a vague general direction, but he rarely knows what will happen. "If I knew where I was going, I'd be lost." Ron has a conversation with the piece as it unfolds. As the work takes on its personality, it lets him know where it needs to go, and he attempts to get it there. The work is complete when it stops asking for more. Mixed Media Artist RON POKRASSO Learn More Roxanne is a mixed-media Artist. She is a transplant from Colorado, where she was an art educator and a studio artist. Roxanne loves the exploration of materials, which keeps her work expanding. Her work may include handmade paper, paint, graphite, cardboard, print, and transferred images. Her constant goal is to create the visual experience and bring the viewer in on a personal level where they create or relate their own story to her visual language. Mixed Media Artist ROXANNE ROSSI Learn More Carol's new work simultaneously explores past and present, construction and deconstruction, through sculpture and assemblage. Pentamento. This concept has fascinated her for over 40 years, first through painting and now through 3D work. She sees these pieces as beacons in a distorted world, anchoring us in the past while allowing us to journey into the future. She has been establishing a vocabulary of vintage objects and handcrafted items layered upon each other into a new archeological world. It's slow art. One needs to take a deep breath while observing her work and slowly absorb the many levels created in each sculpture. Mixed Media Artist CAROL TIPPIT WOOLWORTH Learn More Bette has always been drawn to media that involve some technical challenges, primarily printmaking, watercolor, and, most recently, 3-D papercuts. She likes problem-solving. Nature studies, landscapes, and abstract elements all benefit from the energy derived from knowledge of the human form. It is important to her to get her work out into the world, and to that end, she has priced her pieces so they are accessible to all. Mixed Media Artist BETTE YOZELL Learn More Mixed Media Woodworking/Furniture “I have to paint! Landscapes, still-lifes, portraits, whatever….I must paint. It feeds my soul. It causes me great anguish and enormous joy. It is laying paint on a surface and watching how a work develops. It is jumping in with enthusiasm and tedious fixing and re-fixing. I love every aspect of it, from choosing the supplies to laying out my palette to stretching the canvas…everything, even cleaning my brushes at the end of the day.” Painter DEBORAH ALLISON Learn More Brad sees the world quite abstractly and recognizes painting as a way to express frustration with our species and its treatment of the planet and its life while at the same time trying to make a thing of beauty. He was a photographer for 40 years, but photography doesn't serve this purpose for him. Painter BRAD BEALMEAR Learn More Carole Belliveau is a Santa Fe artist known for her plein air, studio oil paintings, and sensitive interpretations of women and children. Her plein air paintings are notable for their open palette knife paint application, which expresses the excitement of Southwest color and terrain. Belliveau is represented in Santa Fe, New Mexico, by Underwood Gallery at 225 Canyon Road and in Colorado by Breckenridge Gallery in Breckenridge, CO. She is a Signature Member of Plein Air Painters of New Mexico, American Women Artists, Monterey Bay Plein Air Painters Association, and an artist member of Plein Air Painters of Colorado, American Impressionist Society and Oil Painters of America. Notable Awards are the Cadmium Grand Prize Winner of TRAC 2019, The Gallery Award in the PAPNM National, the FASO BoldBrush Award in Oil, and the BoldBrush Outstanding Acrylic. Painter CAROLE BELLIVEAU Learn More From those early formative days driving for Pony Express through the subsequent years of lush and fruitful experimentation, Stan's life and process have somehow brought him full circle. The landscape that inspired him for 40 years has again become his subject. Painter STAN BERNING Learn More Inspired by the southwest landscape's light, culture, and natural beauty, Bonnie's main body of work is a series of atmospheric landscapes celebrating the colorful seasons and senses of the Land of Enchantment. By using primarily warm colors – red, rust, orange, ochre, and yellow – she tries to convey the warmth and beauty of New Mexico's high desert. She works in various mediums, and she loves the transparency of watercolors, the vibrancy of acrylics, and the velvety textures of oils. Painter BONNIE BINKERT Learn More Rachel's work is content-driven, exploring the visual language of personal and universal iconography. Painting primarily in oil and watercolor, known for working in black and white since 2003, and as a contemporary conceptual artist, her current work is a continuation of meaningful series and themes that address the isolation of our pandemic era. As a lifelong, self-taught artist who returned to university in middle age to complete degrees in studio painting, she went on to teach, curate, and pursue a life in the Arts before moving to Santa Fe in 2015. Painter RACHEL BARMINSKI BOUNDS Learn More Daniel was born in New York City in 1950 and began painting at age fifteen. A few years later, he switched to SLR photography, which taught him the intricacies of color and composition and how to interpret the world through a rectangle. Daniel returned to painting in 2000, urged on by his aged mother, who always supported his creativity. Living in New England then, he realized that his high-color palette was out of place. Still, he began his 2006 honeymoon in New Mexico by being accepted into a Taos gallery the day after he arrived. Since then, he has constantly challenged himself to find new ways to interpret the unique beauty of northern New Mexico. Painter DANIEL BROWN Learn More Michele is an impressionist oil painter who lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her primary focus is the art of conversation, both literal and figurative. She loves to capture the energy & mood of people interacting with each other and their surroundings. Michele uses a colorful palette to create impressionistic paintings, inviting viewers to join the conversation. She works in the studio and plein air, often painting scenes of urban life, cafes, and churches. She enjoys the challenge of painting from life, observing the changing light and color. She paints with a brush and knife but prefers the latter for its versatility and spontaneity. She uses the knife to apply thick layers of paint, creating rich impasto effects that enhance the sense of movement. Her goal as an artist is to share her passion and joy for painting with others. She hopes her paintings convey a sense of life, emotion, and connection. Art is a powerful form of communication that can transcend language and time. Painter MICHELE BYRNE Learn More Painting must push you to consider something you have yet to encounter, not just an aesthetic idea but a truth, a connection, a spark that leads to contemplation. That dialogue between the viewer and the painting and its result is what makes painting important. Michael's work aims to create that spark through abstraction -- abstraction created by layers of paint and openings through those layers that show the life of the painting itself, the progression through the stages of its development -- coalescing into an image that, he hopes, very much, sparks a meaningful dialogue with you. Painter MICHAEL COOP Learn More Rob's art is constantly evolving. His abstract images are now often adorned with figures cut from Duralar and suspended between glass above the background, resulting in a 3D effect. These figures range from humorous to mysterious. Unfortunately, you cannot photograph the 3D effect; you must see it in person. He has many available pieces, some of which are traditional landscapes and 30x40 canvases made to hang inside or outside, all at highly reasonable prices. Make the trip out to Aldea (12 minutes from downtown)! It's a beautiful community, and Rob would love to show you his work. Painter ROB DAVENPORT Learn More Jerry makes paintings primarily. Talking and writing about panting is almost pointless. Words can express what language can express, but painting is another form of thinking. Painting is limited by the medium, format, expectations, and time we live. It is unlimited in its ability to sustain and create concrete forms of thought that cannot be adequately expressed in any other way—at least that he knows of. So Jerry paints. Painter JERRY DEFRESE Learn More Leah Devine is an artist living and working in her hometown of Santa Fe, NM. Leah’s work is an expression of her spiritual nature and explores the inherent playfulness in our world. She is inspired by the rich visions she sees on the journeys through her subconscious. Her work and visions are brought to life through different mediums. She offers one-of-a-kind paintings, prints of her illustrations, and monotype prints. Leah also gives ceramic pieces, such as sculptures, hand-painted bowls, plates, platters, and cups. She has been on the creative path her entire life. She spent a decade as a florist, then later a decade as a personal chef. Leah is also a shamanic practitioner, healer, ceremonialist, and a songwriter. What she values most is play and fun, which comes through in her palette and imagery. It’s an invitation to the viewer to open possibilities and allow lightness into their vision. Painter LEAH DEVINE POKRASSO Learn More Paul aims to inspire a practice of listening, fostering shared and embodied artistry within our experience of living and dying well together. Painter PAUL DU COUDRAY Learn More Selena is stimulated by color and texture. Oil paint is sculptural and has a mind of its own. She likes following the medium as it moves her through imagery and into new worlds. Recently, she has been working with pen and ink and watercolor. These paintings deeply dive into her inner energy field of imagination and vision. Like dreams, they are filled with iconography: trees, animals, dresses, dreamers, stars, and the cosmos. Painter SELENA ENGELHART Learn More Robbi Firestone's "Serene Landscapes in Savage Color" invites collectors into vibrant emotion, capturing nature's essence through a kaleidoscope of color and light. Synonymous with sophistication and artistic excellence, Firestone blends traditional techniques with contemporary sensibilities, resonating deeply with the discerning eye. Each stroke evokes tranquility, transporting viewers to idyllic vistas. Inspired by Santa Fe's majestic surroundings, Firestone's oeuvre reflects a connection to the natural world, offering a poetic interpretation of moods. Whether capturing the ethereal glow of a desert sunset or the serenity of a mountain lake, her work transcends representation, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in the moment. Firestone welcomes collectors to experience her art firsthand, each painting a testament to her passion. Her work rests in homes worldwide, captivating audiences with timeless beauty. Join us in the creative world of Robbi Firestone. Painter ROBBI FIRESTONE Learn More Jane paints to try to share some of the beauty she finds in everything around her, even the most mundane scenes and/or objects. Her medium of choice is oil paint. Much of her art is created in plein air (outdoors on site) and alla prima (in one sitting) in an effort to capture some of the dramatic scenery around her new home in beautiful Northern New Mexico. Painter JANE FREDERICK Learn More Cindy begins most of my paintings working en plein air, racing the ever-changing light as she strives to capture the essence of place and time. From bright and sunny to dull and overcast, each day has its mood, and it's fun to watch it form on her surface as I coax and mold it layer by layer. Painter CINDY FRY Learn More At the tender age of eight, Rosemarie visited The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, with her Aunt Gladys. This was a big deal for a young girl growing up in a small rural agricultural town several states away! It was the first museum she had ever seen. As a result, her life journey toward the painter she is today began. Painter ROSEMARIE GREEN Learn More Albert Handell was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1937. Mr. Handell’s paintings are in private, public, and museum permanent collections. Albert Handell is a consistently award-winning artist for his oils and pastels. He authorizes five tabletop art instruction books and 5 DVDs illustrating his unique oil and pastel painting techniques. Handell has also been a featured artist numerous times in nearly every art publication. His museum exhibition at The Butler Museum of American Art in 2007 honored him with a retrospective of his pastels. Handell shares his knowledge and experience as an artist/instructor through his in-depth Plein Air Painting Workshops. Mr. Handell is a frequent juror/judge for many national exhibitions. Since 1961, he has had over sixty one-person shows. Albert’s studio is in Santa Fe, NM, where he lives and paints and invites visitors any time he is in residence. Painter ALBERT HANDELL Learn More L. Thayer began as a formal landscape painter and has progressed into a psychic energy painter. She wants her paintings to energize the viewer, create new conversations, and heal. She is also a psychic medium. She can paint a person's vibrational essence. Painter L. THAYER HUTCHINSON Learn More Kristine is interested in states of perception and shifts of insight. In painting, that evolves from a lush, complex structure of light, color, and space. Her desire to engage the viewer in contemplation and stillness leads to an emotional transformation. Technically, she mixes color optically through many, many layers of glazes. This creates an internal luminosity and depth of space. Current visual inspiration includes water and super-cluster galaxies. She is also a natural perfumer working with the intersection of art and scent. She has lived in New Mexico for 35 years in Santa Fe and Taos. Painter KRISTINE KEHELEY Learn More Throughout the history of Western art, angels have been captivating and inspirational figures. From the frescoes of the Renaissance, the cathedrals, and the guardians of cemeteries treasured over centuries, such images have served as powerful symbols of spirituality on Earth. These images are mere placeholders, symbols, and reference points for an unseen phenomenon that has been sensed and revered since the beginning of time. Angels in various forms have been recurring themes in her dreams throughout her life. They also appear in waking life, synchronistically manifesting in various circumstances, asking for her attention as a painter. However, her paintings are not merely studies in replicating form; she seeks to communicate the spiritual emotion she feels with these beings, offering a glimpse into her deep, personal vision. Through the medium of oil painting and mixed media pieces, Cheryl seeks to capture the timeless allure of these images in a very personal and contemporary way. Painter CHERYL KELLEY Learn More Heidi wakes up daily and looks forward to her time in the studio. Her style and technique are evolving just like she is. Her new pieces convey “joy”. Each piece has a word somewhere on the canvas to remind her to live a joyful life. Part of that joy is portrayed through vibrant, saturated color. Some pieces are highly textured through a palette knife application, while others are glossy and smooth with fine brushwork. She does not restrict herself to one style. At any given moment, she may have a realistic landscape in progress and, on another easel, a bold abstract with intuitive mark-making. She works primarily with acrylics but will also return to oils and gouache. Limitations and rules are for someone else. Creating art feeds my soul and brings me joy each day. She hopes her work brings joy to you, too. Painter HEIDI KUTCHIN Learn More Attuning inward through breath, Joanna allows brushstrokes to emerge from a liminal space. This creates a tension between light and dark, shape and form. Layering represents navigating the seen and unseen, tuning into a felt sense. Her goal in painting is to offer an invitation to discover what is visible and what remains hidden, all the while remaining curious moment by moment. Painter JOANNA LEFFELD Learn More “The Hearts That Fell Out of the Sky” is a book that Janis wrote and illustrated for children. It features the Heart Heads, who have carrots for bodies and hearts for heads and who live very peacefully on their planet way out in the universe. One day, they hear moaning and groaning from Earth, whose residents are generally unhappy and disgruntled. So, a group of Heart Heads descends to Earth and ultimately teaches us how to live in our hearts. She created a series of brightly colored acrylic and collage paintings entitled “Heart Art” to accompany this book. She is a self-taught artist inspired by whimsy and imagination. Painter JANIS LUEDKE Learn More Hank's paintings of cowboys, livestock, and celestial objects are products of the imagination that come from working seemingly meaningless shapes until they look like recognizable figures – like seeing a teddy bear in a formation in clouds. The process begins as a meaningless buildup of tones, shapes, and textures – then a purposeful reduction of those into something of his choosing. That he happens to see lots of cowboys and animals is merely incidental or lazy. Ultimately, Hank wants to create something fascinating to look at. It's a higher bar than it sounds. Painter HANK LUMEN Learn More To Sara, painting has always been like prayer. Whether she is painting a landscape, a flower, or one of her women of the Bible, Sara feels as though she is a part of the earth, part of something much bigger than herself. It is a prayer of giving thanks, an expression of gratitude for the beauty of nature and all aspects of our life. As she paints outdoors, where she lives in New Mexico, everything seems alive with spirit; the mountains, the trees, and the rivers all have their own spirit and sense of being. Whenever she is in nature or in her studio painting, she feels most connected to her spirit. Sara believes that connection is what drove her to paint. She has to express her gratitude; it has to flow through her somehow. Her work also focuses on manifesting the power of the feminine divine. Her book, guidance cards, and limited editions are about personal empowerment. Through images and stories, the women of the Bible defy the boundaries of time, transmit their blessings and wisdom, and, most importantly, guide you. Painter SARA M NOVENSON Learn More Patricia created a unique technique that rediscovered the use of feathers as a "canvas" for beautiful, memorable fine art scenes. She has applied this technique of assembling multiple large feathers into a single large "canvas" to painting acrylics of Southwestern and Native American scenes as well as birds of New Mexico. Art enthusiasts have collected her work around the world. She has received numerous commissions, including one from PBS Television and a gift to George RR Martin. Her studio was featured on a recent PBS travel show. Painter PATRICIA MARIN MIRANDA Learn More Kiki is an artist who is inspired by the majestic, meditative elegance of the horse. Her horses are patient models for her work and much of her inspiration. She enjoys painting large animals and tries to capture the presence and power of the animals by painting monochromatically and on a large scale. Her past studies and work experience greatly influence her graphic style of painting. She has a Graphic Arts and Economics degree from Smith College and studied oil painting at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Upon graduation, she was hired by a Master Printer to assist with the lithography of many renowned artists. After many years of living and working in Manhattan, Kiki was drawn to the beauty and lifestyle of the Southwest. There, she combined her two passions, painting and horses. She strives to create work embodying these beautiful animals' spirit and power. Painter KIKI MARTINEZ Learn More Barbara's work begins with time immersed in nature, quietly allowing her senses to absorb the experience as fully as possible. These are moments of sublime transcendence, and they also surprise her with a powerful jolt of awareness of beauty and connectedness. She allows these moments in time and place to rest inside her until she feels her hands needing to express her heart with field notes of collected colors and movement of natural lines. The inspiration she receives from life, whether fauna or flora, is the awareness that all life is intrinsically connected. This feeling of awe runs through her and into her paintings, regardless of materials or technique, and is usually expressed as an interpretive abstraction. She works in mixed media, creating abstract narrative elements that allow for interpretive dialog. Painter BARBARA MCCULLOCH Learn More Painting and horses have been Sandy's passion from an early age, growing up in Pennsylvania. As an adult, she traveled the West, painting the mountains she loved to ride through. Connecting with the natural environment and bonding with horses is paramount to her painting. Painter SANDY MCDANIEL Learn More Art is a perspective for both the artist and the viewer, and when those perspectives merge, it is an enriching experience. Painter MARILYN MCEVOY Learn More Saundra's work is shaped by her experience in the natural realm - years spent exploring wild places and abandoned urban landscapes - and by a passion for earth sciences, informing both content and process. Much of the work investigates change and the act of becoming: physical transformation in natural phenomena, whether on a geologic time scale or in a moment's reflection. In her studio practice, she works intuitively, driven by exploration, chance, and the physical characteristics of pigments, water, mediums, paper, and canvas. Saundra's process entails building a history of surfaces, forces, and materials over time, working between her feelings and what she has learned. Her work has been shown nationally and is in private and corporate collections, from Oracle Corporation to the Univ. Wisconsin Chazen Museum to Charles Schwab Corporation. Painter SAUNDRA MCPHERSON Learn More Kirsty is an oil and pastel painter captivated by the colors and textures of New Mexico. Inspired by the vibrant landscape and rich cultural heritage, she creates art capturing this enchanting region's essence. She aims to evoke the Southwest's beauty and spirit while working in the air and the studio. Her paintings celebrate the harmony and resilience of Santa Fe's landscape and communities through luminous pigments and velvety textures. She also paints portraits of pets. Join Kirsty in discovering Santa Fe and its community's magic through her pastel art. Painter KIRSTY MORRIS Learn More These are challenging times, but perhaps they were not as tough as our ancestors. Richard is optimistic. His art reflects that optimism tempered by New Mexican light, shared happiness, and a general joy for living. Painter RICHARD NICHOLAS Learn More Philip Nichols began exhibiting his work in NYC over 35 years ago. He is a seasoned artist in painting, drawing, and sculpting, with a career spanning over five decades. He has been loyal to his classical training throughout his career, from his BFA undergraduate degree at Swain School, New Bedford, MA, in 1971 to his MFA from Montclair State. Since then, his work has been exhibited in many galleries across the US. A New England native, he has established his studio in many diverse places, from Vermont to Brooklyn to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he now resides and has been representing himself for the past 20 years at his own Studio Gallery in the historic art district on Canyon Road in Santa Fe. Nichols' work is greatly influenced by the energy and the landscapes of the diverse places he has lived and worked. Much of the subject matter for his figurative work is drawn from a lifetime study of art history and archetypal mythology, mainly focused on the feminine. Painter PHILIP NICHOLS Learn More Eva practices figuration and abstraction. The tensions of space, balance, and color are the basic elements of painting that she pursues in both forms, particularly as these relationships provide areas of confinement, safety, conflict, and provocation in both abstraction and figuration. The line is a very powerful component for her in both practices because the intuition of skilled hands can reveal what the mind and heart are up to, often before we know ourselves. She uses these elements to explore the language of painting and emotions. Painter EVA NICOLAIT Learn More Shan is inspired by energy, light and color, patterns from biology, geometry, and physics, Nature, the Earth, the Cosmos, and the interconnectedness of all. She believes unseen patterns and structures exist in multiple dimensions across the multiverse that connect and influence everything in the physical and non-physical realms. She aims to capture the essence of those unseen structures, bringing them forth into the visible world in the form of colors, patterns, and images. Shan paints in acrylics mixed with diatomaceous Earth, with heavy textures and expressive brush strokes adding movement and energy, with color harmonies built from many layers of paint. Painter SHAN OGDEMLI Learn More Veronica Primerano is interested in the visual language of the sublime and ephemerality. Her work is many different kinds of investigations that revolve around materiality and the personality of shapes. She uses watery fields of color, shapes, and handmade paint made out of found materials such as soil and red yeast rice. Creating a language that represents the heavy and soft emotions experienced. All things that make existing both sublime and ephemeral. She believes in creating peaceful, relaxing spaces and hopes her work aids this whenever in its presence. Painter VERONICA PRIMERANO Learn More Nancy is best known for inventing, painting, and teaching specialty acrylic techniques. She has two main styles that use illuminating effects: gold metal leaf combined with acrylic and waterscapes with a special technique for waves and clouds. Using the idea of landscape in a bare sense, she creates romantic versions of heaven – places in her imagination that are beautiful and meditative. These imaginary worlds use nature as her muse for inspiring luminous interpretations of air, water, earth, and light. Merging the literal and metaphorical, her paintings hover somewhere between pure abstraction and realistic landscape. Painter NANCY REYNER Learn More Memory and loss are mutually exclusive concepts that are the center of her work. Kate produces two primary series, The Book and The Nest. The book series weaves together images and words, visual poems. The nest series takes the shape of the nest and is a powerful metaphor for home and nurture. She weaves together relics: items and things collected by individuals. She gathers ephemera, precious and trivial things. Materials are sourced from garage or estate sales and second-hand stores, posters from urban areas, and items from daily life. Kate likes the unexpected in her work, such as zippers stitched in among her books. Her work reflects oral family history. For the last several years, she has been gluing materials onto paper. When the piece feels complete, she cuts it apart, machine stitches each section, a process like quilting, and then reassembles the sections. This process is similar to women quilting in a group telling their stories. Kate's entire process is meditative and reflects her own story. Painter KATE RIVERS Learn More Coming from a lifetime career of designing in the Fashion and Interior arenas, retirement has brought Mayr a life of freedom where she can follow her passion for painting and illustrating. She gravitates to a world of fantasy and whimsy, trees being her favorite subject, plus her precious dogs and the memories of childhood fairy tales. This leads to wandering her imagination with a very realistic painting style. She works in a variety of mediums. When Mary started out, she primarily used pastels and colored pencils, but her present favorite is water-based oils on canvas. In her home studio, she relishes the days with no obligations other than to explore the mental pictures that visit her dreams. It is a thrilling and challenging process, after a lifetime of filling orders for clients, to finally be set free to ramble where her mind and spirit take her. She only hopes that you, her viewer, derive the same joy from her work as she does. Painter MARY ANN SALOMONE Learn More The Line in the Form - The Message in the Line. Chinese Calligraphy is as much a philosophy as it is an art. The process of creating work involves mastery of the character and understanding of its meaning, history, and script styles over centuries. Debra's work follows the rules and breaks the rules, much like in life. Her work starts with Chinese written characters in their various historical styles and then moves to abstraction in an energetic interpretation, sometimes incorporating mixed media. There is no effort or intention to create a legible character, but she works to respect Chinese artistic and calligraphic composition while incorporating Western art principles. She blends ancient and new, demonstrating timeless themes. Interpretation should be personal to the viewer. Painter DEBRA SELF Learn More Jane creates outdoors in response to the landscape and works abstractly and from her imagination. These bodies of work overlap with organic form, movement, and light from the natural world, which remain throughout. Pastel, with its immediacy and vivid color, is primary. The emotional impact of color is central. Additional visual elements –transitions, textures, color relationships, and allusions to representation engage the eye. She trusts the unconscious voice and unexpected imagery. Her insomnia painting series is in mixed media and created at night on top of abandoned watercolors! Her work is exhibited locally and nationally, and her home is what she dreamed of when she moved here from NYC in 1987– Jane sees the horizon from her studio door. She also teaches art classes. Painter JANE SHOENFELD Learn More Sandy loves art. She paints every day and loves colors of all kinds. She has a degree from New Mexico State University in Graphic Design and Fine Arts. Sandy loves New Mexico, and she is a second-generation New Mexican. Her travels around NM have inspired her to paint gourds. She specializes in gourds but also paints canvas and uses acrylics! Come to her artist studio! Painter SANDY SHORT Learn More When Melinda begins to paint, the world's tensions- historical, political, social, religious, and geological - are swirling around like unwanted background noise. After acknowledging those tensions, she proceeds to challenge herself to simply listen to the painting and go where it takes her. Painting layer upon layer, often destroying or obscuring one layer to create the next, she moves through the process until the painting is "fully baked." Both terrified and mesmerized, she sees this way of painting as a mirror to life, with the potential to produce something that is richer and more nuanced than anything that she might have planned with precision. Painter MELINDA SILVER Learn More The work of Monika Steinhoff places dreams, visions, and daydreams in a positive relationship to utopia. The ability to wonder, often lost in adulthood, is particularly important in this context. Eyes filled with wonder do not see the world as it is but that it is. Fully aware of the overabundance of daily information, the availability of images and words, and the resulting emptiness, Monika Steinhoff creates paintings that address the short-sighted, functional realism of our time. It is not the contradiction of daily reality but rather the sense of the infinite beyond the temporal goals of these fantastic images that break through the familiar form. She researches the repertory of reality thoroughly by experimenting with her creative methods and by validating new combinations. Painter MONIKA STEINHOFF Learn More Painting for R Dianne is a way to fully and viscerally see the world and to share profound beauty with others. Every step in the process brings the viewer and herself closer to the subject: Searching the environment for scenes that move her, sketching and doing color studies, scrutinizing the color scheme and mixing dozens of colors she sees, applying the paint in ways that bring others to know the world she loves and want to share. Every point in the process helps her to fully experience the world and catch a moment and a place so that others may do the same. Painter R DIANNE STEWART Learn More Bonnie creates paintings with a sensual beauty, using nature and its diversity as her inspiration. These abstract paintings reflect her inner landscape and her intention to spark an internal dialogue. She wants to conjure up the unexpected that interrupts the reality of daily routines. That thoughtful moment of contemplation. Painter BONNIE TEITELBAUM Learn More Color is of supreme importance to Emily's work, as is spontaneity. Color gives her direction. It tells her where it wants to go….it is a language all of its own. She loves the way paint responds to paper…the texture, the saturation, the sinking in….. the chance meeting of two colors...the randomness of their blending, their union. Painter EMILY TIMBERLAKE Learn More Anne Vidovich-O'Shea is a watercolor, mixed media, acrylic, and oil painter. She had been making art for 25 years. She is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. She fell madly in love with creating paintings in different mediums. She is inspired by the surroundings and colors of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her art style allows the viewer to feel free and uninhibited with bold colors, abstract designs, and a feeling of comfort with a twist of surprise. Being in nature and enjoying the bold, rich colors of New Mexico has inspired her to bring those elements into her artwork. She enjoys being creative with a multitude of media and continues to play and experiment with watercolor, collage, oil paints, acrylic, alcohol inks, resin, and encaustic. She believes freedom and expression of creativity are vital to our well-being. She would love to be a part of making your house truly a sanctuary filled with items that you love and inspire you. She invites you to experience her paintings. Painter ANNE VIDOVICH-O'SHEA Learn More Stephanie West grew up in New Mexico. Her relatives are ranchers who grow wheat and barley and raise cattle. Old Spice and Bees were her first inspiration for a school drawing. At age five, she was with her father when the swarm attacked his scent. What followed was a teacher meeting, which suggested that she be encouraged. Stephanie West explores a variety of styles in her work, including representational, expressionistic, and illustrative. Her subjects include landscape and still life, often of meaningful objects and talismans. Stephanie’s art represents her drive to capture the essence of place, time, and objects with a determination to share their story. Her paintings preserve fleeting moments for generations to enjoy. Painter STEPHANIE WEST Learn More Marcia has always drawn people, which led her to study human anatomy in college and pursue a career as a medical illustrator. She specializes in surgical illustration, which requires very specific, tight renderings. However, she longs to paint outside the lines and not have to make the arteries red and the veins blue. So now she is a fine artist working to convey images with fewer details and more overall freedom. Marcia still paints people, but she finds more and more that she is going outside with her oil paints in her backpack to follow an arroyo or a mountain stream and learn about the bones of the land she lives in. Painter MARCIA WILLIAMS Learn More Painting Brian is a Santa Fe, New Mexico-based photographer who specializes in fine art, travel, and documentary photography. He also makes fine art photographic art prints for the fine art connoisseur and collector. He has photographed extensively in the Southwest, across the United States, and internationally. His realist fine art, travel, and documentary photography include landscapes, urban street scenes, and architecture, and he often combines landscape with architectural subjects. His photographic printmaking includes gelatin silver and archival pigment printing as well as palladium and other alternative historic process prints. He recently published an article on New Mexico Works Progress Administration (WPA) sites in El Palacio Magazine. He also contributed photographs to a separate article by Fred Friedman on the Lamy Train system in El Palacio Magazine. Brian received his MFA degree in Photography from the Academy of Art University in 2019. Photographer BRIAN EDWARDS Learn More Gerd J. Kunde has a long history of deeply exploring artistic pursuits, specifically the deliberate, detailed art of large-format analog photography. He quotes photographer Aaron Siskind, who wrote in 1945 that, while we see in terms of our experience, photographers must learn to relax those beliefs and rather capture an emotional experience. Kunde's archival prints are created by hand in the platinum-palladium process or laser-scribed on silver halide paper for larger prints, all limited editions of 10. Moving beyond traditional presentations, Kunde offers what he calls "site-specific art," large paneled pieces evoking an emotional response. Photographer GERD J. KUNDE Learn More Artist/Filmmaker/Author/Research Engineer Patrick Lysaght has transitioned from explorations at the intersection of art and science into the fascinating realm of multi-exposure photography from every continent depicting noir tones of entropy accentuated with musical motifs. Entropy is a measure of randomness and disorder that keeps increasing as the universe keeps expanding and cooling. That’s why time is a one-way street. We live in a world where everything ages, deteriorates, and breaks down. Lysaght integrates mirror symmetry with exotic rural and urban photographs into mysterious, surreal illustrations that beckon. Dark saturated colors anchor the deep compositional ballast point common to these pensive images. Communicating non-verbally requires solving puzzles common to the spontaneous dialogue of improvised jazz. Lysaght is the owner of Entropy Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, USA. Photographer PATRICK LYSAGHT Learn More Sabrina creates installations, short collaborative films, mixed media pieces, and photographs. Using organic substances such as handmade papers, silk, and vellum, beginning with a photograph, she prints on these materials, embellishing them with gold thread, gold leaf, or metallic gold paint. Her work addresses themes of beauty and truth that lie within our earth, the healing essence of outside living, American capitalism, and the effects of a patriarchal society on women. These themes are expressed with an air of mysticism. Soft and poetic, the work often speaks to viewers in many languages, opening new perspectives. Opening her entire home as a gallery for the tour allows for a salon-like atmosphere. Interesting conversations happen when viewing the work… which is the ultimate goal. Photographer SABRINA STAIRES Learn More John D. Wagner is a fine art photographer and a widely published author of 24 books. His books include a new book of his photos from Morg Press in Mexico City called "FINDINGS: Wood, Cacti & Sand." He has also published two volumes of poetry (one of which is a mix-media book of poetry & photography), a young-adult novel, two books on furniture design and building, and numerous non-fiction books on architectural and business topics. Photographer JOHN WAGNER Learn More Photography Misha Bittleston (they/them) creates hand-built stoneware sculptures primarily intended for display in gardens and yards. Some are illuminated with solar LED lights, some emerge from the earth taking gnome-like forms, and still others are whimsical otherworldly creatures and spirits. These charming beings adapt to their surroundings, eliciting smiles wherever they appear. While Misha is a lifelong multimedia artist and has worked in paint, ink, music, and performance, working with clay is a newer medium, yet one that feels natural and meant to be. Misha's creative process is driven by intuition, philosophy, and connection. Sculptor MISHA BITTLESTON Learn More Tom believes an artist should create aesthetic experiences and outcomes that utilize a broad range of tools, materials, and techniques that communicate men's and women's unique conditions to the viewer. His art is a visual, concrete, and elemental language. He does not try to restrict or narrow the choice of translation; rather, he aims to broaden its meaning and impact to the greatest possible audience. Tom engages the viewer's mind to think about their closely held beliefs…to challenge their aesthetic understanding and question their own values. His art is not restricted to any one medium and typically represents a deep probing and often metaphorical investigation. Sculptor THOMAS BOWKER Learn More As a second-generation Stone Sculptor since her childhood, Shayna's late father, Rollie A. Grandbois, imparted his extensive knowledge and skills to her, leaving an indelible mark on her life. The craft of carving stone is an arduous and demanding endeavor, as this artistic medium can be an unyielding taskmaster. What sets her apart is not only her dedication to this craft but also the fact that she belongs to a rare breed of female Native American Stone Sculptors. Shayna has taken immense pride in breaking barriers and representing her heritage through her work. Visualizing stones in three dimensions is an essential aspect of her artistic process, and she invests considerable effort in conceptualizing her designs before commencing the sculpting process. Her ultimate objective is to ignite a sense of inspiration and encourage others to observe the world around them more attentively. By delving into this ancient art form, Shayna aims to uncover the hidden beauty that lies within our surroundings. Sculptor SHAYNA GRANDBOIS Learn More John finds that making an object, a sculpture, is strongly connected to the idea of change: constructing/reconstructing an idea, changing the memory, changing the shape – yielding a new idea. He is drawn to asking questions as opposed to providing answers. Sculptor JOHN HARMON Learn More As a wood and clay sculptor, Douglas looks for inspiration all around him; it is everywhere when you become aware. Nature, art, people, history, and love all influence his work. What he tries to capture most in his sculptures is movement and light. These elusive qualities can transform a figure or a relief in just a matter of moments. Douglas strives to convey that sense of place by capturing its fleeting magic. To bring life to a relief or dynamic three-dimensional form remains exciting and fresh to him. One of his recent works, in particular, references the expressive quality of wind through drapery and the chaotic beauty of fluid/flow dynamics. His work can be found in private collections, churches, and many institutions. Sculptor DOUGLAS OLIVER Learn More Colin Poole is known for his classically inspired contemporary realism. Currently, the focus of his work features central figures from the mythology he is writing. His paintings and bronze sculptures have featured prominently in international exhibits and publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Beautiful Bizarre, Spectrum, IBA, The ARC International Salon, Masters of Contemporary Fine Art, and Ceramics Monthly, among others. He has completed public and private commissions for clients including National Geographic, National Audubon, Spectrum, The Denver Comic Con, Lourdes Cathedral - France as well as numerous Fortune 500 companies. His work includes monumental bronze public artworks, most recently for the Carnegie Library in Michigan. He lives and creates with his wife, sculptor Kristine Poole, in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains overlooking Santa Fe. They both became elected members of the National Sculpture Society in 2020. Sculptor COLIN POOLE Learn More The first time Kristine stepped into a clay studio, she knew this was to be her life's pursuit. The limitless possibilities presented by an unformed lump of clay make it the perfect medium with which to explore the unlimited expressions of the human body. Kristine's classically inspired, contemporary realist sculptures open doors to conversations on diverse topics, including sociocultural experience, mythology, and reflections on the odyssey of life. These ideas are developed instinctively on the timeless fundamentals of anatomy and attention to detail, blending the challenges of rendering the human form with expressive realism and the power of storytelling. Sculptor KRISTINE POOLE Learn More Vivienne fabricates large-scale mythical creatures that tell a story that connects us to another time and place. She draws from her experience in operatic costume design and uses Southwestern embroidery techniques combined with found objects, native sheep's wool, and traditional handiwork. Her desire is that these shaman-like (mystical) sculptures evoke a departure from archetypal/conventional imagery to an unfamiliar place of wonder. Vivienne's style is collaborative! She partners with textiles, sheep, forests, paper, scrap yards, segundos, and antique fairs, and together, we lay down a blueprint of the current or next piece. It is a democratic process where each element has a voice and a purpose. She doesn't resist. She intertwines leftovers from nature's readily available "flea markets" and offerings left on her doorstep. They could be an old canvas, reins, bridles, rosaries, laces, or anything with texture and ancestral history. Friends and acquaintances entrust her to intertwine their heritage with her own. Sculptor VIVIENNE RIGGIO Learn More Sculpture Woodworking has been a lifetime passion. From function to frivolity, construction to carving, and furniture to sculpture, Wood has always been Steve's favorite medium. Being a third-generation general contractor, Steve had it hammered into him early on that Wood was on the side of function: it is what makes things stand up and stay up; after all, it is the bones of the constructed being. But Wood has always had other, higher educational plans for him. With 220 grit and a satin finish, he quickly found that a sun-bleached rough grain transformed into a rich landscape, a curious geology, and clouds passing by. With a bit of whimsical shaping, a non-descript dimensional plank became a delicate keeper of time. A juniper root transformed into a bird being when pressed into the sky. A set of carefully crafted legs made a table perpetually poised to stand. Steve's wife, Vicki, and he are very pleased to be living back in New Mexico. They have found their forever home here. And luckily, the dogs, even the cat, agree. Woodworker/ Furniture Designer STEVE BARR Learn More In his one-man wood shop here in Santa Fe, N.M., Mark designs and builds one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture, including coffee tables, side tables, dining room chairs, and, in his specialty, rocking chairs. All of his chair joints are mortise and tenon or mortise and peg. His tables are made with unique live edge boards, including black walnut and apple. Woodworker/Furniture Designer MARK SHARROCK Learn More Robert's work strives to help people recognize the artistic value inherent in ordinary objects typically associated only with a functional purpose. By experimenting with form, pattern, and surface manipulation. He hopes to surprise people with a sophisticated yet playful approach to making everyday functional objects: bowls, vases, peppermills, etc. Inspired by organic shapes found in nature, the basic structure of his designs is either turned on a lathe, cast (if in metal), hand-shaped, or constructed. Robert makes use of dyes, paints, burning, and carving to add complexity to the designs, all of which induce the kind of visual excitement that tempts people to touch the work. A primary goal of his work has always been to force people to reevaluate their assumptions about the intrinsic artistic value of commonplace items. Woodworker ROBERT WILHELM Learn More Laura transforms fallen, diseased, and unwanted trees into sculptural objects and works on paper. You'll see piles of logs, root balls, and gnarled limbs surrounding her studio. As Laura rolls them around to study them, she waits patiently for her inspiration to be provoked – as if the tree itself may speak to her! She makes exploratory cuts, trusting that she will stumble upon what form will best express this tree's inner beauty. Laura's best creations come when she allows herself to work in isolation, where she can tune into the natural environment and hopefully gain insight and inspiration for her pieces. In her creative process, she seeks the essence of beauty, simplicity, and purity, and as a result, her work is mostly free of adornment. She hopes that her pieces are a pleasure to look at and a delight to hold but also an accurate translation of her partnership with nature. Laura feels that her work radiates the nature of many things – growth and decay, inner beauty and outer, and collaborations between nature and humans. Woodworker/Furniture Designer LAURA YEATS Learn More Woodworking/Furniture Design

  • Visitors | SFSAC Website

    Visitors What is the Santa Fe Studio Tour? Who We Are . . . We are a dynamic + diverse group of artists dedicated to creating original and inspiring works of art. Our community is a vibrant mix of painters, sculptors, photographers, and more who come together each year to share their passion for creativity and explore new artistic frontiers. Go behind studio walls . . . Local artists engaged in creating fine art in Santa Fe open their studios annually for this free county-wide event. The Tour provides a unique opportunity to see the artist's latest work in their working environments. During the Tour, artists will demonstrate their techniques, host studio talks, offer courses, and have their art for sale. Last year, over 100 artists welcomed nearly 3,200 visitors, 20% of whom were out-of-state. How do I participate . . . The past 2023 Studio Tour has come and gone! We are now planning 2024 with new and exciting events! Stay tuned for details. Information will be coming at the end of January 2024. Want our FREE 2024 Art Catalog? Our helpful catalog is perfect for out-of-towners! Click the link below to explore intricate maps, captivating neighborhoods, detailed artist bios, and stunning glimpses of their art pieces. Dive into the vibrant art world with our Art catalog, featuring 100 talented artists from the 2024 Santa Fe Studio Tour! Don't miss out on this curated collection celebrating creativity and community. Get the 2024 Art Catalog! 2024 Art Catalog 2024 Art Catalog Selena Engelhart #48 Robbi Firestone #77 Wendy Foster #49 Jane Frederick #50 Cindy Fry #51 Trevor Goring #88 Shayna Grandbois #16 Rosemarie Green #3 Mireille Haboucha #17 Albert Handell #52 John Harmon #53 L. Thayer Hutchinson #4 Lindsay Iliff #78 Linda Ingraham #18 Suzy Johnson #79 Kristine Keheley #46 Cheryl Kelley #54 Gerd J. Kunde #35 Heidi Kutchin #36 Bettina Lancaster #55 Joanna Leffeld #56 Heidi Loewen #80 Linda Logan-Condon #19 Janis Luedke #5 Hank Lumen #20 Janet Lynn #57 Patrick Lysaght #21 Sara M Novenson #81 Patricia Marin Miranda #82 Kiki Martinez #54 Peter McCarthy #83 Barbara McCulloch #22 Sandy McDaniel #88 Darlene Olivia McElroy #43 Marilyn McEvoy #84 Saundra McPherson #58 Sara Miller #6 Kirsty Morris #85 Richard Nicholas #34 Philip Nichols #81 Eva Nicolait #7 Shan Ogdemli #59 Douglas Oliver #60 Ron Pokrasso #61 Colin Poole #86 Kristine Poole #86 Veronica Primerano #23 Nancy Reyner #24 Vivienne Riggio #25 Kate Rivers #26 Joyce Robins #49 Diane G Rolnick #8 Roxanne Rossi #62 Mary Ann Salomone #63 Debra Self #64 Mark Sharrock #27 Jane Shoenfeld #28 Sandy Short #29 Melinda Silver #65 Sharon Sorken #30 Sabrina Staires #37 Monika Steinhoff #66 R Dianne Stewart #9 Bonnie Teitelbaum #67 Emily Timberlake #68 Carol Tippit Woolworth #31 Anne Vidovich-O'Shea #32 John Wagner #69 Barbara Weber Yoffee #87 Stephanie West #50 Robert Wilhelm #10 Marcia Williams #73 Laura Yeats #70 Bette Yozell #71 David Zeiset #72 Deborah Allison #38 Keith Bailey #11 Luisa Baldinger #12 Steve Barr #1 Brad Bealmear #13 Carole Belliveau #73 Stan Berning #74 Lisa Bick #33 Michael Billie #2 Bonnie Binkert #39 Misha Bittleston #75 Rachel Bounds #40 Carole Bowker #76 Thomas Bowker #76 Daniel Brown #14 Michele Byrne #41 Michael Coop #42 Rob Davenport #15 Deb Davis-Livaich #43 Martina De Avila #33 Jerry Defrese #44 Leah Devine Pokrasso #45 Crista Dixon #34 Paul du Coudray #46 Brian Edwards #47 2024 Artists Deborah Allison #38 Keith Bailey #11 Luisa Baldinger #12 Steve Barr #1 Brad Bealmear #13 Carole Belliveau #73 Stan Berning #74 Lisa Bick #33 Michael Billie #2 Bonnie Binkert #39 Misha Bittleston #75 Rachel Barminski Bounds #40 Carole Bowker #76 Thomas Bowker #76 Daniel Brown #14 Michele Byrne #41 Michael Coop #42 Rob Davenport #15 Deb Davis-Livaich #43 Martina De Avila #33 Jerry Defrese #44 Leah Devine Pokrasso #45 Crista Dixon #34 Paul du Coudray #46 Brian Edwards #47 Selena Engelhart #48 Robbi Firestone #77 Wendy Foster #49 Jane Frederick #50 Cindy Fry #51 Trevor Goring #88 Shayna Grandbois #16 Rosemarie Green #3 Mireille Haboucha #17 Albert Handell #52 John Harmon #53 L. Thayer Hutchinson #4 Lindsay Iliff #78 Linda Ingraham #18 Suzy Johnson #79 Kristine Keheley #46 Cheryl Kelley #54 Gerd J. Kunde #35 Heidi Kutchin #36 Bettina Lancaster #55 Joanna Leffeld #56 Heidi Loewen #80 Linda Logan-Condon #19 Janis Luedke #5 Hank Lumen #20 Janet Lynn #57 Patrick Lysaght #21 Sara M Novenson #81 Patricia Marin Miranda #82 Kiki Martinez #54 Peter McCarthy #83 Barbara McCulloch #22 Sandy McDaniel #88 Darlene Olivia McElroy #43 Marilyn McEvoy #84 Saundra McPherson #58 Sara Miller #6 Kirsty Morris #85 Richard Nicholas #34 Philip Nichols #81 Eva Nicolait #7 Shan Ogdemli #59 Douglas Oliver #60 Ron Pokrasso #61 Colin Poole #86 Kristine Poole #86 Veronica Primerano #23 Nancy Reyner #24 Vivienne Riggio #25 Kate Rivers #26 Joyce Robins #49 Diane G Rolnick #8 Roxanne Rossi #62 Mary Ann Salomone #63 Debra Self #64 Mark Sharrock #27 Jane Shoenfeld #28 Sandy Short #29 Melinda Silver #65 Sharon Sorken #30 Sabrina Staires #37 Monika Steinhoff #66 R Dianne Stewart #9 Bonnie Teitelbaum #67 Emily Timberlake #68 Carol Tippit Woolworth #31 Anne Vidovich-O'Shea #32 John Wagner #69 Barbara Weber Yoffee #87 Stephanie West #50 Robert Wilhelm #10 Marcia Williams #73 Laura Yeats #70 Bette Yozell #71 David Zeiset #72 DID YOU KNOW? Santa Fe is one of the top art centers in the world! MONEY UK, one of the UK's leading comparison websites for financial services, recently published an online international survey guide of the Top 10 World cities for art and culture lovers. Santa Fe is in the Top 10, placing at the #7 spot on the list! Here's the TOP TEN standing list: 1. Venice, 2. Miami, 3. Florence, 4. Vienna, 5. San Francisco, 6. Kyoto, 7. Santa Fe, 8. Seattle, 9. Berlin, 10. Milan. Cities were rated according to the number of art galleries, museums, architecture, design universities, monuments, public art, street art and number of street art Instagram posts. We are a diverse community of studio artists dedicated to the creation and promotion of art as an essential part of life and the economy of the City and County of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Learn More We are a diverse community of studio artists dedicated to the creation and promotion of art as an essential part of life and the economy of the City and County of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Who We Are Sponsors & Partners Santa Fe Studio Tour Studios Artists Workshops Who We Are Preview Gallery Privacy Policy Search SFSAC - An All-Volunteer Arts Organization A New Mexico Non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation,PO Box 6882, Santa Fe NM 87502 Contact Us: Phone: (505) 695-1244 Email: info@santafestudiotour.com Stay in the know. Subscribe for updates Sign Up Stay up-to-date on the latest for the 2024 Santa Fe Studio Tour! WEB DESIGN | ASHTON DIGITAL Newsletter Sign-Up

  • Studios | SFSAC Website

    Studios 2024 Historic Midtown/La Tierra Old Pecos Trail Historic Southside The Neighborhoods Navigate your way through creativity! We're breaking Santa Fe into four distinct areas/ neighborhoods, each bursting with artistic wonders waiting to be discovered. Get ready to explore every corner of our vibrant city and uncover the hidden gems of our local Artists' studios! Scroll down and explore each neighborhood and each artist's studio in detail! Studio 33 Studio 33 Studio 74 Studio 42 Studio 44 Studio 42 Studio 52 Studio 55 Studio 51 Studio 63 Studio 64 Studio 56 Martina De Avila 19 B Arroyo Griego, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506 Studio 49 Wendy Foster 815 Early Street, Suite D, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Studio 35 Gerd J. Kunde 6 Paseo Del Rancho, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506 Studio 56 Joanna Leffeld 119 E Buena Vista Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Studio 66 Monika Steinhoff 1298 Lejano Ln, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Lisa Bick 19 B Arroyo Griego, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506 Michael Coop 1310 Seville Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Jerry Defrese 1716 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Albert Handel 1109 Don Gaspar Ave, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Bettina Lancaster 623 Camino de La Luz, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Mary Ann Salomone 121 Mateo Circle North, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Debra Self 620 Camino Del Monte Sol, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Studio 39 Studio 37 Studio 51 Studio 49 Studio 61 Studio 57 Studio 71 Studio 69 Sabrina Staires 1402 A Bishops Lodge Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506 Bonnie Binkert 619 Camino Rancheros, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Joyce Robins 815 D Early Street , Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Cindy Fry 1461 Encina Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Janet Lynn 1859 Forest Circle, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 John Wagner 872 Don Cubero, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Bette Yozell 1313 Madrid Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Ron Pokrasso 1417 Galisteo Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Southside Midtown/La Tierra Old Pecos Trail Historic Old Pecos Trail Studio 76 Studio 73 Studio 73 Studio 74 Studio 76 Studio 81 Studio 77 Studio 79 Studio 80 Studio 81 Studio 86 Studio 82 Studio 83 Studio 84 Studio 85 Studio 86 Studio 87 Stan Berning 901 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Marcia Williams 901 Paseo de la Cuma, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Carole Belliveau 901 Paseo de la Cuma, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Carole Bowker 121 Camino Escondido, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Thomas Bowker 121 Camino Escondido, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Robbi Firestone 102 East Water Street, Suite 12, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Suzy Johnson 312 Montezuma, Suite 5, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Heidi Loewen 315 Johnson Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Philip Nichols 221 East De Vargas Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Sara M Novenson 221 East De Vargas Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Colin Poole 1108 Calle Catalina, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Kirsty Morris 655 Alto Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Marilyn McEvoy 821 Canyon Road #5, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Peter McCarthy 145 Cantera Circle, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Patricia Marin Miranda 618 Canyon Rd., Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Kristine Poole 1108 Calle Catalina, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Barbara Weber Yoffee 215A Polaco Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Southside Midtown/La Tierra Old Pecos Trail Historic SouthSide Studio 47 Studio 1 Studio 4 Studio 7 Studio 40 Eva Nicolait 46 Principe de Paz, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508 L. Thayer Hutchinson 11 Coyote Crossing, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508 Steve Barr 26 Cattle Dr, Lamy, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87540 Rachel Bounds 2112 Conejo Drive, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Brian Edwards 814 Camino Zozobra, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Studio 47 Studio 54 Cheryl Kelley 30 Bob Cat Trail, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Brian Edwards 814 Camino Zozobra, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Studio 58 Studio 54 Studio 54 Studio 58 Studio 60 Saundra McPherson 757 Calle Espejo, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Kiki Martinez 30 Bobcat Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Cheryl Kelley 30 Bob Cat Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Douglas Oliver 3718 Valmora Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Saundra McPherson 757 Calle Espejo, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Studio 54 Studio 54 Studio 58 Studio 60 Saundra McPherson 757 Calle Espejo, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Kiki Martinez 30 Bobcat Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Cheryl Kelley 30 Bob Cat Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Douglas Oliver 3718 Valmora Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Studio 47 Studio 54 Cheryl Kelley 30 Bob Cat Trail, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Brian Edwards 814 Camino Zozobra, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Studio 58 Studio 30 Studio 31 Studio 50 Studio 70 Stephanie West 1967 San Ildefonso Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505 Carol Tippit Woolworth 3 Calle Vecinos, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Sharon Sorken 3 Calle Perezoso, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Laura Yeats 931 Shoofly Street, Unit L, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505 Saundra McPherson 757 Calle Espejo, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Studio 62 Studio 46 Studio 46 Studio 50 Studio 50 Jane Frederick 1967 San Ildefonso Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Kristine Keheley 1583 Pacheco St Suite C, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Paul du Coudray 1583 Pacheco St, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Stephanie West 1967 San Ildefonso Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Roxanne Rossi 1964 Hopi Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Studio 47 Studio 54 Cheryl Kelley 30 Bob Cat Trail, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Brian Edwards 814 Camino Zozobra, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Studio 58 Studio 65 Studio 70 Studio 75 Studio 78 Misha Bittleston 137 Camino De Las Crucitas, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Laura Yeats 931 Shoofly Street, Unit L, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Melinda Silver 1807 2nd St #59, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Lindsay Iliff 1119 North Plata Circle, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Saundra McPherson 757 Calle Espejo, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Southside Midtown/La Tierra Old Pecos Trail Historic Midtown/ La Tierra Studio 8 Studio 2 Studio 3 Studio 5 Studio 6 Studio 21 Studio 9 Studio 10 Studio 13 Studio 18 Studio 32 Studio 22 Studio 24 Studio 28 Studio 29 Studio 59 Studio 43 Studio 43 Studio 48 Studio 53 Michael Billie 3 Reeds Peak, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508 Rosemarie Green 6553 S Richards Ave, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508 Janis Luedke 4 Ocotillo Place, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508 Sara Miller 46 Oshara Blvd., Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508 Diane G Rolnick 6 Senda Artemisia, Santa Fe, New Mexic, 87508 Patrick Lysaght Contact artist for appointment Linda Ingraham 1498 Clark Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Brad Bealmear 3062 Plaza Blanca, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Robert Wilhelm 5 MJ Tapia Dr., Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508 R Dianne Stewart 17 Firerock Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508 Barbara McCulloch 4754 Highlands Ct., Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Nancy Reyner 3658 Cerrillos Rd. C6, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Jane Shoenfeld 2800 Camino Del Bosque, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Sandy Short 1019 Calle Don Roberto, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Anne Vidovich-O'Shea 3509 Paa Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Deb Davis-Livaich 2196 Candelero St., Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Darlene Olivia McElroy 2196 Candelero St., Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Selena Engelhart 2074 Placita de Vida, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 John Harmon 2553 Camino Cabestro, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Shan Ogdemli 2721 Puerto Bonito, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Studio 88 Studio 67 Studio 68 Studio 72 Studio 88 Bonnie Teitelbaum 2711 Camino Artesano, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Emily Timberlake 2064 Placita de Vida, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 David Zeiset 2093 Camino Lado, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Sandy McDaniel 9 Trestle Creek Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87010 Trevor Goring 9 Trestle Creek Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87010 Studio 9 Studio 59 Studio 24 Studio 28 Studio 29 Shan Ogdemli 2721 Puerto Bonito, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505 Nancy Reyner 3658 Cerrillos Rd. C6, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Jane Shoenfeld 2800 Camino Del Bosque, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Sandy Short 1019 Calle Don Roberto, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 R Dianne Stewart 17 Firerock Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87508 Studio 32 Studio 22 Studio 24 Studio 28 Studio 29 Barbara McCulloch 4754 Highlands Ct., Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Nancy Reyner 3658 Cerrillos Rd. C6, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Jane Shoenfeld 2800 Camino Del Bosque, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Sandy Short 1019 Calle Don Roberto, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Anne Vidovich-O'Shea 3509 Paa Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Studio 88 Studio 67 Studio 68 Studio 72 Studio 88 Bonnie Teitelbaum 2711 Camino Artesano, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Emily Timberlake 2064 Placita de Vida, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 David Zeiset 2093 Camino Lado, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Sandy McDaniel 9 Trestle Creek Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87010 Trevor Goring 9 Trestle Creek Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87010 Studio 9 Studio 59 Studio 24 Studio 28 Studio 29 Shan Ogdemli 2721 Puerto Bonito, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505 Nancy Reyner 3658 Cerrillos Rd. C6, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Jane Shoenfeld 2800 Camino Del Bosque, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Sandy Short 1019 Calle Don Roberto, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 R Dianne Stewart 17 Firerock Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87508 Studio 9 Studio 59 Studio 24 Studio 28 Studio 29 Shan Ogdemli 2721 Puerto Bonito, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505 Nancy Reyner 3658 Cerrillos Rd. C6, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Jane Shoenfeld 2800 Camino Del Bosque, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Sandy Short 1019 Calle Don Roberto, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 R Dianne Stewart 17 Firerock Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87508 Studio 58 Studio 1 Studio 47 Studio 54 Studio 54 Cheryl Kelley 30 Bob Cat Trail, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Brian Edwards 814 Camino Zozobra, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Steve Barr 26 Cattle Dr, Lamy, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87540 Kiki Martinez 30 Bobcat Trail , Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Saundra McPherson 757 Calle Espejo, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Studio 54 Studio 54 Cheryl Kelley 30 Bob Cat Trail, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Brian Edwards 814 Camino Zozobra, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Steve Barr 26 Cattle Dr, Lamy, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87540 Kiki Martinez 30 Bobcat Trail , Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Saundra McPherson 757 Calle Espejo, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Coming Soon! Map brochures will be distributed throughout the city and surrounding communities and available in tourist info centers. You can also find them in the artist studios and Preview Gallery. Get the Big Picture: Printed Maps Available! PDF PRINTABLE MAP You also have access to a printable 8 1/2 x 11 map. Just click the button below to download the PDF map. What is the Santa Fe Studio Tour? Studio 16 Studio 11 Studio 12 Studio 14 Studio 15 Studio 25 Studio 17 Studio 19 Studio 20 Studio 23 Studio 34 Studio 26 Studio 27 Studio 30 Studio 31 Studio 45 Studio 34 Studio 36 Studio 38 Studio 41 Keith Bailey 5 Camino Serpiente, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Luisa Baldinger 880 B Chicoma Vista, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Daniel Brown 8 Camino Serpiente, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Rob Davenport 26 Vista Precioso, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Mireille Haboucha 10 Camino Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Linda Logan-Condon 7 Arroyo Privado, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Hank Lumen 10 Camino Espejo, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Veronica Primerano 1116 Harrison Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Shayna Grandbois 291 Camino Tres Arroyos, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Kate Rivers 932 Camino Don Emilio, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Mark Sharrock 901 W San Mateo Rd Suite I, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Sharon Sorken 3 Calle Perezoso, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Carol Tippit Woolworth 3 Calle Vecinos, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 Crista Dixon 20 Cloud March West, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506 Leah Devine Pokrasso 1424 Santa Rosa Drive, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Michele Byrne 519 Silva Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Deborah Allison 922B Shoofly Street , Unit A, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Heidi Kutchin 33 Rabbitbrush, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506 Richard Nicholas 20 Cloud March West, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506 Vivienne Riggio 2180 West Alameda Street Unit 28, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Vivienne Riggio 2180 West Alameda Street Unit 28, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Studio 62 Studio 46 Studio 46 Studio 50 Studio 50 Jane Frederick 1967 San Ildefonso Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Kristine Keheley 1583 Pacheco St Suite C, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Paul du Coudray 1583 Pacheco St, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Stephanie West 1967 San Ildefonso Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Roxanne Rossi 1964 Hopi Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Studio 47 Studio 54 Cheryl Kelley 30 Bob Cat Trail, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Brian Edwards 814 Camino Zozobra, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Studio 58 Studio 54 Studio 58 Studio 60 Studio 4 Douglas Oliver 3718 Valmora Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Saundra McPherson 757 Calle Espejo, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Kiki Martinez 30 Bobcat Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 L. Thayer Hutchinson 11 Coyote Crossing, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508 Saundra McPherson 757 Calle Espejo, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Studio 65 Studio 70 Studio 75 Studio 78 Misha Bittleston 137 Camino De Las Crucitas, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Laura Yeats 931 Shoofly Street, Unit L, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Melinda Silver 1807 2nd St #59, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Lindsay Iliff 1119 North Plata Circle, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Studio 47 Studio 54 Cheryl Kelley 30 Bob Cat Trail, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Brian Edwards 814 Camino Zozobra, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Studio 58 Studio 30 Studio 31 Studio 50 Studio 70 Stephanie West 1967 San Ildefonso Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505 Carol Tippit Woolworth 3 Calle Vecinos, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Sharon Sorken 3 Calle Perezoso, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Laura Yeats 931 Shoofly Street, Unit L, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505 Saundra McPherson 757 Calle Espejo, Santa Fe New Mexico, 87505 Studio 39 Studio 33 Studio 33 Studio 35 Studio 37 Studio 51 Studio 42 Studio 44 Studio 49 Studio 49 Studio 61 Studio 52 Studio 55 Studio 56 Studio 57 Studio 71 Studio 63 Studio 64 Studio 66 Studio 69 Martina De Avila 19 B Arroyo Griego, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506 Lisa Bick 19 B Arroyo Griego, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506 Gerd J. Kunde 6 Paseo Del Rancho, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506 Sabrina Staires 1402 A Bishops Lodge Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506 Michael Coop 1310 Seville Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Jerry Defrese 1716 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Wendy Foster 815 Early Street, Suite D, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Joyce Robins 815 D Early Street , Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Bonnie Binkert 619 Camino Rancheros, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Cindy Fry 1461 Encina Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Albert Handel 1109 Don Gaspar Ave, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Bettina Lancaster 623 Camino de La Luz, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Joanna Leffeld 119 E Buena Vista Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Janet Lynn 1859 Forest Circle, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Ron Pokrasso 1417 Galisteo Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Bette Yozell 1313 Madrid Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 John Wagner 872 Don Cubero, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Monika Steinhoff 1298 Lejano Ln, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Debra Self 620 Camino Del Monte Sol, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Mary Ann Salomone 121 Mateo Circle North, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Who We Are . . . We are a dynamic + diverse group of artists dedicated to creating original and inspiring works of art. Our community is a vibrant mix of painters, sculptors, photographers, and more who come together each year to share their passion for creativity and explore new artistic frontiers. Go behind studio walls . . . Local artists engaged in creating fine art in Santa Fe open their studios annually for this free county-wide event. The Tour provides a unique opportunity to see the artist's latest work in their working environments. During the Tour, artists will demonstrate their techniques, host studio talks, offer courses, and have their art for sale. Last year, over 100 artists welcomed nearly 3,200 visitors, 20% of whom were out-of-state. How do I participate . . . The past 2023 Studio Tour has come and gone! We are now planning 2024 with new and exciting events! Stay tuned for details. Information will be coming at the end of January 2024. The tour is a dynamic, intimate immersion in art! ...visitors can go behind the walls and experience the artist's creative space and purchase their art ... all while enjoying the landscape of New Mexico, touring from one studio to the next! Santa Fe Studio Tour 2024 Tour Map Sponsors & Partners Studios Artists Workshops Who We Are Preview Gallery Privacy Policy Search SFSAC - An All-Volunteer Arts Organization A New Mexico Non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation,PO Box 6882, Santa Fe NM 87502 Contact Us: Phone: (505) 695-1244 Email: info@santafestudiotour.com Stay in the know. Subscribe for updates Sign Up Stay up-to-date on the latest for the 2024 Santa Fe Studio Tour! WEB DESIGN | ASHTON DIGITAL Newsletter Sign-Up Studio 50 Studio 65 Studio 70 Studio 75 Studio 78 Studio 70 Melinda Silver 1807 2nd St #59, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Laura Yeats 931 Shoofly Street, Unit L, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 Misha Bittleston 137 Camino De Las Crucitas, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Lindsay Iliff 1119 North Plata Circle, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Stephanie West 1967 San Ildefonso Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505 Laura Yeats 931 Shoofly Street, Unit L, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505 Studio 50 Studio 65 Studio 30 Studio 31 Melinda Silver 1807 2nd St #59, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505 Sharon Sorken 3 Calle Perezoso, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Carol Tippit Woolworth 3 Calle Vecinos, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507 Stephanie West 1967 San Ildefonso Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505

  • Donate | SFSAC Website

    Donate Support our Local Artists There are many ways you can support us! How you can make a gift... Become a Partner or Sponsor, make a gift to support our annual Santa Fe Studio Tour, or support our Erica Elliott Fund for emerging artists! Help our Cause! Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and fund our mission. Your generous donation will fund our efforts to nurture our local arts community. Please click the designated Paypal Button below. Thank You! Donate Any amount you donate is appreciated! Benefits include large business logo linked on our website year round and on all Studio Tour brochures, digital newsletters and our Santa Fe Studio Tour app. Have opportunities to meet artists during the annual Studio Tour and private visit to the SFST Preview Gallery before it opens to the public. Partner - $5,000 + plus Sponsor - $600 to 1,500 + Benefits include a linked business logo on our website year-round and on all Studio Tour brochures, digital newsletters, and our Santa Fe Studio Tour app. Have opportunities to meet artists during the annual Studio Tour and private visits to the SFST Preview Gallery before it opens to the public. Donations to the Santa Fe Studio Tour Donations to the Santa Fe Studio Tour Donate Here The Erica Elliott Fund About the Fund Erica Elliott was a long-time member of the Santa Fe Studio Tour and one of the founding members of the Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective (SFSAC). Erica once received monetary support to buy paints, which led to a change in her art. Sadly, we lost Erica to cancer in December of 2017. To see some of Erica's work, click on the picture gallery above to activate the slide show. In her remembrance, and with initial funding generously donated by Kevin Box Studio , the SFSAC Board of Directors created the Erica Elliott Art Fund (EEAF) to support emerging artists who may otherwise not have the means to promote their art. Donate In her remembrance, and with initial funding generously donated by Kevin Box Studio , the SFSAC Board of Directors created the Erica Elliott Art Fund (EEAF) to support emerging artists who may otherwise not have the means to promote their art. The EEAF offers some monetary support when available for emerging artists through a registration fee scholarship that enables them to participate in the Santa Fe Studio Tour. The 2023 EEAF EMERGING ARTIST was Joshua Lance! To donate to this fund, please click the designated Donate button below! Thank you! In her remembrance, and with initial funding generously donated by Kevin Box Studio , the SFSAC Board of Directors created the Erica Elliott Art Fund (EEAF) to support emerging artists who may otherwise not have the means to promote their art. The EEAF offers some monetary support when available for emerging artists through a registration fee scholarship that enables them to participate in the Santa Fe Studio Tour. The 2023 EEAF EMERGING ARTIST was Joshua Lance! To donate to this fund, please click the designated Donate button below! Thank you! Supporter - up to $500 ​ Benefits include listing on our website year round. The Erica Elliott Art Fund In memory of our former Board Member, the Erica Elliott Art Fund supports an emerging artist. Learn more about the Fund below. Thomas and Carole Bowker Antoinette Brady Rebecca Fairfax Clay Pamela Davey Ann LeMay Barbara McCulloch Marie Morgan David G. Noble + Ruth Meria Vivienne Riggio Melinda Silver John Wagner Sponsors & Partners Santa Fe Studio Tour Studios Artists Workshops Who We Are Preview Gallery Privacy Policy Search SFSAC - An All-Volunteer Arts Organization A New Mexico Non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation,PO Box 6882, Santa Fe NM 87502 Contact Us: Phone: (505) 695-1244 Email: info@santafestudiotour.com Stay in the know. Subscribe for updates Sign Up Stay up-to-date on the latest for the 2024 Santa Fe Studio Tour! WEB DESIGN | ASHTON DIGITAL Newsletter Sign-Up

  • Workshops | SFSAC Website

    Workshops Our workshop page is coming soon! This year's Tour features many events, workshops, and talks, offering exciting opportunities to delve deeper into the artistic process and hone your skills alongside artists and fellow art enthusiasts. Workshops, Studio Talks, Demonstrations Sponsors & Partners Santa Fe Studio Tour Studios Artists Workshops Who We Are Preview Gallery Privacy Policy Search SFSAC - An All-Volunteer Arts Organization A New Mexico Non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, PO Box 6882, Santa Fe NM 87502 Contact Us: Phone: (505) 695-1244 Email: info@santafestudiotour.com Stay in the know. Subscribe for updates Sign Up Stay up-to-date on the latest for the 2024 Santa Fe Studio Tour! WEB DESIGN | ASHTON DIGITAL Newsletter Sign-Up

  • Who We Are | SFSAC Website

    Who We Are Our Vision We are a diverse community of studio artists dedicated to the creation and promotion of art as an essential part of life and the economy of the City and County of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Our Mission In our commitment to supporting local studio artists and fostering the arts in Santa Fe County, we strive to serve artists by promoting and showcasing their work as a valuable asset available for sale. Through engaging educational, social, and cultural initiatives, we aim to elevate their artistry and create opportunities for connection. Beyond mere promotion, we endeavor to delve behind studio walls, nurturing artistic creation and fostering a culture of excellence in artistic appreciation. The Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective is dedicated to enriching the lives of all through creativity and pledges to advocate for policies and practices that promote cultural equity, fostering a just and inclusive artistic community. Our Mission In our commitment to supporting local studio artists and fostering the arts in Santa Fe County, we strive to serve artists by promoting and showcasing their work as a valuable asset available for sale. Through engaging educational, social, and cultural initiatives, we aim to elevate their artistry and create opportunities for connection. Beyond mere promotion, we endeavor to delve behind studio walls, nurturing artistic creation and fostering a culture of excellence in artistic appreciation. The Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective is dedicated to enriching the lives of all through creativity and pledges to advocate for policies and practices that promote cultural equity, fostering a just and inclusive artistic community. Our Vision We are a diverse community of studio artists dedicated to creating and promoting art as an essential part of life and the economy of the City and County of Santa Fe, New Mexico. We welcome artists from different backgrounds, providing a richer experience for us all! Santa Fe Studio Tour Contact us First name Last name Email* Phone Message* Submit Sponsors & Partners Studios Artists Workshops Who We Are Preview Gallery Privacy Policy Search SFSAC - An All-Volunteer Arts Organization A New Mexico Non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation,PO Box 6882, Santa Fe NM 87502 Contact Us: Phone: (505) 695-1244 Email: info@santafestudiotour.com Stay in the know. Subscribe for updates Sign Up Stay up-to-date on the latest for the 2024 Santa Fe Studio Tour! WEB DESIGN | ASHTON DIGITAL Newsletter Sign-Up Meet Our Board Members Barbara Weber Yoffee President Barbara is a jewelry designer working with precious metals + gemstones - A GIA graduate gemologist. She is a former non-profit PR/Communications exec. Debra Self Vice President "Chinese calligraphy is as much a philosophy as it is an art." Deb's work ranges from technical calligraphy to abstraction, incorporating some Western art principles while respecting Chinese artistic composition. Bonnie Binkert Secretary Retired publisher turned painter Bonnie has participated in the Santa Fe Studio Tour since 2014. She works mostly in oil and acrylic to create landscapes inspired by the light, culture, and beauty of the Southwest. Marilyn McEvoy Treasurer Marilyn is a self-taught abstract artist living in Santa Fe. After years of working with clay, she decided to try a different medium to express her artistic side. She shows her work at the Houshang Gallery in Santa Fe.

  • Preview Gallery | SFSAC Website

    Preview Gallery Preview Gallery The Santa Fe Studio Tour Preview Gallery Join us for the Preview Gallery Opening on September 14th - 15th, beginning our exciting 14 - day Studio Tour events. The gallery will be open all weekend from 11 AM - 4 PM at the Santa Fe Woman's Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail. Sponsors & Partners Santa Fe Studio Tour Studios Artists Workshops Preview Gallery Who We Are Privacy Policy Search SFSAC - An All-Volunteer Arts Organization A New Mexico Non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, PO Box 6882, Santa Fe NM 87502 Contact Us: Phone: (505) 695-1244 Email: info@santafestudiotour.com Stay in the know. Subscribe for updates Sign Up Stay up-to-date on the latest for the 2024 Santa Fe Studio Tour! WEB DESIGN | ASHTON DIGITAL Newsletter Sign-Up

  • Privacy Policy | SFSAC Website

    Privacy Policy At Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective, accessible from www.sfestudioart.com , one of our main priorities is the privacy of our visitors. This Privacy Policy document contains types of information that is collected and recorded by Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective and how we use it. If you have additional questions or require more information about our Privacy Policy, do not hesitate to contact us. This Privacy Policy applies only to our online activities and is valid for visitors to our website with regards to the information that they shared and/or collect in Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective. This policy is not applicable to any information collected offline or via channels other than this website. Our Privacy Policy was created with the help of the Free Privacy Policy Generator . Privacy Policy for Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective Consent By using our website, you hereby consent to our Privacy Policy and agree to its terms. Information We Collect The personal information that you are asked to provide, and the reasons why you are asked to provide it, will be made clear to you at the point we ask you to provide your personal information. If you contact us directly, we may receive additional information about you such as your name, email address, phone number, the contents of the message and/or attachments you may send us, and any other information you may choose to provide. When you use a link to one of our forms or other website pages, we may ask for your contact information, including items such as name, company name, address, email address, and telephone number. How We Use Your Information We use the information we collect in various ways, including to: Provide, operate, and maintain our website Improve, personalize, and expand our website Understand and analyze how you use our website Develop new products, services, features, and functionality Communicate with you, either directly or through one of our partners, including for customer service, to provide you with updates and other information relating to the website, and for marketing and promotional purposes Send you emails Find and prevent fraud Advertising Partners Privacy Policies You may consult this list to find the Privacy Policy for each of the advertising partners of Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective. Third-party ad servers or ad networks uses technologies like cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons that are used in their respective advertisements and links that appear on Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective, which are sent directly to users' browser. They automatically receive your IP address when this occurs. These technologies are used to measure the effectiveness of their advertising campaigns and/or to personalize the advertising content that you see on websites that you visit. Note that Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective has no access to or control over these cookies that are used by third-party advertisers. Log Files Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective's Privacy Policy does not apply to other advertisers or websites. Thus, we are advising you to consult the respective Privacy Policies of these third-party ad servers for more detailed information. It may include their practices and instructions about how to opt-out of certain options. You can choose to disable cookies through your individual browser options. To know more detailed information about cookie management with specific web browsers, it can be found at the browsers' respective websites. CCPA Privacy Rights (Do Not Sell My Personal Information) Under the CCPA, among other rights, California consumers have the right to: Request that a business that collects a consumer's personal data disclose the categories and specific pieces of personal data that a business has collected about consumers. Request that a business delete any personal data about the consumer that a business has collected. Request that a business that sells a consumer's personal data, not sell the consumer's personal data. If you make a request, we have one month to respond to you. If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please contact us. GDPR Data Protection Rights We would like to make sure you are fully aware of all of your data protection rights. Every user is entitled to the following: The right to access – You have the right to request copies of your personal data. We may charge you a small fee for this service. The right to rectification – You have the right to request that we correct any information you believe is inaccurate. You also have the right to request that we complete the information you believe is incomplete. The right to erasure – You have the right to request that we erase your personal data, under certain conditions. The right to restrict processing – You have the right to request that we restrict the processing of your personal data, under certain conditions. The right to object to processing – You have the right to object to our processing of your personal data, under certain conditions. The right to data portability – You have the right to request that we transfer the data that we have collected to another organization, or directly to you, under certain conditions. If you make a request, we have one month to respond to you. If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please contact us. Third Party Privacy Policies Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective follows a standard procedure of using log files. These files log visitors when they visit websites. All hosting companies do this and a part of hosting services' analytics. The information collected by log files include internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date and time stamp, referring/exit pages, and possibly the number of clicks. These are not linked to any information that is personally identifiable. The purpose of the information is for analyzing trends, administering the site, tracking users' movement on the website, and gathering demographic information. Third Party Privacy Policies Santa Fe Studio Arts Collective follows a standard procedure of using log files. These files log visitors when they visit websites. All hosting companies do this and a part of hosting services' analytics. The information collected by log files include internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date and time stamp, referring/exit pages, and possibly the number of clicks. These are not linked to any information that is personally identifiable. The purpose of the information is for analyzing trends, administering the site, tracking users' movement on the website, and gathering demographic information.

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