New Mexico: BEST OF THE WEST

By Carpenter, Courtney | Southwest Art, May 2007 | Go to article overview

New Mexico: BEST OF THE WEST


Carpenter, Courtney, Southwest Art


Urban Scenes

SANTA FE.... Peterson-Cody Gallery presents City Views, a show featuring new works by Desmond O'Hagan. The Colorado-based artist's subject choice ranges from interiors to street scenes to figurative works. His bold brush strokes capture shadows and light, while letting the viewer decipher the painting's meaning. Over 15 oil paintings of city and street scenes are on display May 4-25, with an artist's reception on Friday, May 4, from 5 to 7:30 p.m.

Desmond O'Hagan, May 4-25, Peterson-Cody Gallery, 505.820.0010, www.petersoncodygallery.com

Continuing Tradition

TAOS.... The arts have a long history in this New Mexico mountain town, from the artisans of Taos Pueblo to the Taos Society of Artists to the Taos Moderns. This month the tradition continues with the festive Taos Spring Arts Celebration, during which galleries host numerous special events. Spring Arts poster artist Nancy St. Lawrence's artworks are on view at Grimshaw Fine Art. Clarence Medina's artworks go on display at Canon Road Gallery on May 25. Wilder Nightingale Fine Art debuts Kaleidoscope, a multi-artist exhibit of new works on May 26. Total Arts Gallery features Burton Silverman's paintings throughout the month. Brazos Fine Art holds a Spring Arts in Taos group show featuring works by New Mexico artists with a reception on May 26. On the same day Act I Gallery opens its show of Stephen Datz's artworks. The Taos Gallery Association offers maps to many art receptions and openings. Numerous special events are also planned at local museums and other arts organizations.

Taos Spring Arts Celebration, throughout May, Taos Gallery Association, 505. 758.3255, www.taosgalleryassoc.com or www.taoschamber.com

Anniversary Event

SANTA FE.... Gallery 822 celebrates its fourth anniversary with a show and Quick Draw May 11-12. Works by all gallery artists, including Joshua Tobey, Bruce King, Walker Moore, Robert Taylor, Robb Rael, Bobby Krajnik, Alison Rieder, and others, are on display Friday, May 11, from 5 to 7 p. …

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