From the Studio - Albuquerque Journal
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Adding personal reactions to art, Jeannie Sellmer's work features ...
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With time and artistic growth, her ... With time and artistic growth, her work progressed into more abstracted, then completely abstract paintings.
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Santa Fe artist canonizes everyday saints through paint and ...
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Erin Currier's focus on garbage started ... Erin Currier's focus on garbage started when she was working as a barista in Taos while studying at the old College of Santa Fe.
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Composer Raven Chacon is bringing works to The Whitney ...
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The show marks the second time ... The show marks the second time Chacon has been invited into the prestigious event.
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Native, Hispanic artists combine forces to tell the shared ...
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Editor's note: The Journal continues the ... Editor's note: The Journal continues the once-a-month series "From the Studio" with Assistant Arts E ...
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Albuquerque-based photographer Bill Tondreau stitches together masterpieces
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Editor's note: The Journal continues the ... Editor's note: The Journal continues the once-a-month series "From the Studio" with Kathaleen Robert ...
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Albuquerque artist brings figures to life with a deep ...
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Editor's note: The Journal continues the ... Editor's note: The Journal continues the once-a-month series "From the Studio" with Assistant Arts E ...
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UNM professor, tuba player Richard Antoine White's journey takes ...
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Rats gnawed at Richard Antoine White's ... Rats gnawed at Richard Antoine White's tiny body when he was a baby. ...
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Placitas artist makes the shoe fit a medium
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Barbara Burzillo fashions old high heels ... Barbara Burzillo fashions old high heels into works of art
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Adding personal reactions to art, Jeannie Sellmer's work features ...
Arts
With time and artistic growth, her ... With time and artistic growth, her work progressed into more abstracted, then completely abstract paintings.
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Santa Fe artist canonizes everyday saints through paint and ...
Arts
Erin Currier's focus on garbage started ... Erin Currier's focus on garbage started when she was working as a barista in Taos while studying at the old College of Santa Fe.