David Douglas

Sandy Chestnutt

Artist, graphic designer, and former computer graphics instructor (Adobe)–Sandy has contributed to the art industry coast to coast. Finding solace in nature during some difficult times, she emerged an award-winning artist with her wildlife and landscape paintings, recognized for her detail and whimsical long brush strokes. “Expressing my honor for my Hopi roots and our

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Don Wallis

With large square canvases for a sense of stillness and serenity I juxtapose images to explore motion or a simplified reality of iconic images using vibrant colors to approach abstraction. I am attracted to iconic historical architecture, majestic vistas, predators in motion of Taos County, as well as closeups of plants and blossoms, and dance.

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Bruce Katlin

Bruce Katlin Combines his love and passion for intense activity and various art mediums to make a living and live a life fulfilled. The great outdoors is his ‘church’ and the flora and fauna is the choir. Bruce paints while trail running and hiking (often at the same time) in the wide and beautiful canvas of New Mexico.

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Ria Burnett

Nature, various geographies and cultivated landscapes engage my senses, my mind, my spirit.  These varied and accumulated encounters over a lifetime continue to transform me, describing journey, creating narrative. In my visual reflections, I enjoy the juxtaposition of varying scales, often considering the grand and the minute simultaneously.  Likewise, naming the moment calls to mind

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Daniel A Brown

I was born in New York City in 1950. Growing up along “Museum Alley”, I began painting at the age of 15 after viewing Vincent Van Gogh’s ethereal “Starry Night.” I continued to do so throughout high school and college at which point I discovered photography and writing. My photojournalistic articles have been published in

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Tom Quinn Kumpf

As an award-winning photographer, writer, poet, and author, I have worked in just about every corner of the profession. For over fifty years, my main focus has been Photojournalism, Documentary, Stock, and Portrait photography, but always with an eye looking  for that fine-art image. My work has appeared in publications, newspapers, magazines, and exhibitions throughout

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Debrah Dubay

Debrah Dubay is an emerging Taos artist, returning to her fine arts roots. A published designer and master gardener, Dubay’s new works reflect a powerful marriage of botanical abstractions and macro imagery, pushing the boundaries of color and form in painting, photography, and drawing. 818K Paseo del Pueblo NorteTaos, NM 87571 Email: d.r.dubay@outlook.com

Nancy Kirk

Kirk encounters everything through her art. She has worked as a scenic painter for opera and ballet in Florence, Italy, illustrator, painter and interior muralist. She has assisted art conservators in the restoration of historic Broadway theaters and was commissioned to add extensive original figurative work to the Golden Theater on 45th St. in New

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Gail Russell

A painter and printmaker, she studied at Albright Knox School of Fine Art, Pratt Institute, and The School of Visual Arts.  In 1968, she received her first camera and has never put it down. She studied independently with photo surrealist Jerry Uelsmann and was the first artist in residence at Apeiron Photographic Workshop, Millerton, NY

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Jan Bachman

I have a love for the layers of landscape. I am excited to explore new places but those that are familiar elicit stronger feelings. I like to paint where I’ve been. Since 1998, I have promoted the work of several artists in galleries and other venues and have published a number of books as Devenish

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Susanne Pinkham

I starting working with glass in the 1970’s. I made many stained glass windows and hanging pieces. In this time frame I graduated from UNM with a degree in Nursing and worked for many years as a nurse. In the 1980’s I started fusing glass and that has been the direction of my work for

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Live Johnson

Born of Mexican parents in California, Olivia (Or ‘Live’, as she likes to be called) rejoices in her cultural heritage.  She has 5 siblings and her mother, who at 90 years old still enjoys being the matriarch!  As a youngster, her family took many vacations to Tlaquepaque, Mexico where her father was born.  The colorful

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Marsha Fawns

Early on, I toddled to the empty field next door gathering weeds, stones and sticks, then spent hours creating mud-pie sculptures in my sandbox. Saturdays, I took courses at the Art Museum in Rochester, New York. Art awards were gained for store windows painted, posters created. While earning my BA in Education at Ohio Wesleyan

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Sweet, Marcie Brown

PAINTING  IS A PASSION, maybe an obsession…depending on the day!  What a lovely way to enjoy and reflect God’s BLESSING of Life!  That’s what I think. Creativity is my way of life. I hope you will enjoy looking at these images. If you find something you would like to own, than by all means, contact

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Dorothy Romo-Manning

As an avid hiker and lover of nature I am constantly in awe and thoroughly amazed by the dynamic beauty and chaos of these beautiful settings that surround us in our own Taos backyards. Over the years I have learned to slow down, stop, fully appreciating our mountains, waters, and sky, seeing the exquisite detail

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Debbie Schulze

I fell into the quilting/fabric world quite by accident. In 2012, a friend shared with me that she was making a quilt.  I asked her, “What do you mean, making a quilt?” She took me to her house, and that….was that.  I’m so far down that rabbit hole, and I have no desire to get

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Margaret Tange

Margaret Tange grew up surrounded by wildlife on the family cattle/wheat ranch in Northeastern Montana. Her life on the ranch included driving farm equipment and riding horses in the coulees. Always in close contact with nature, she began drawing at a young age, encouraged by her mother who was an accomplished landscape artist. She received

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Nicki Marx

 I am a self-taught artist who has had over forty one-person and museum exhibitions. My work is in many important museum, private and public collections and I am honored to be included in Who’s Who in the West, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Art, Who’s Who of American Women, and the World

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Mark Asmus

My degree reads BS Metallurgical Engineering, the practical choice. I probably should have given the visual arts a try right from the git-go since I’ve been a doodler all my life – finger paints, crayons, pencil, etc. In any case, I worked in the steel industry for thirty-six years, retiring in 2001. In preparation for

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Patricia Keeler

I am a fine artist who works in several mediums but predominately in pastel and silk painting. In my pastel paintings I primarily explore the themes coming from my soul, and imagination dovetailed with ethnic myths, my dreams, my travels and life experience.  Through these processes I consider myself a visionary artist.  My pastel painting

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Sarah Bush

Almost all my fine art work is an exploration of the tension between timelessness and impermanence, fragility and resilience, and the physical body and the spiritual self–I find this tension extremely poignant and I like to explore these themes by developing different bodies of work using a variety of media. Language, text, and poetry are

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Inger Jirby

Inger Jirby’s life has been as rich, dramatic and exotic as her art.  She was born in the far north of Sweden, above the Arctic Circle in Lapland, a place of blazing color in the fall. Her earliest memories are bathed in bright palette, the same colors that characterize her passion-filled fauvist paintings. She began

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Lynn FitzGerald

Lynn FitzGerald earned a BFA Degree in Ceramics at the Kansas City Art Institute – working with Ken Ferguson and an MFA Degree in Ceramics and Sculpture at the University of Minnesota – working with Warren MacKenzie. After Graduate School, she taught at the University of Louisville in Kentucky, at Louisville School of Art in

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Tawni Shuler

Ecotone: the place where forest meets meadow, desert touches river.  It’s the frontier where communities of humankind and wild animals touch each other.  It’s that shaky space between who we are and who we appear to be, the gap between reality and mystery, the certain and the imagined. – Joanne Smith from What Wildness is This

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Bill Baron

A Brief Bio of Bill Baron Bill was born in Chicago. He graduated the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, in the Industrial Design curriculum. While teaching Industrial Design at North Carolina State University and University of Illinois he started a business career in product design, invention and marketing.  Billʼs first major show of his art was

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Jeanine Borree

I am a lifelong student of art, changing my expression as I change personally and as I change location.  Raised in the free museums and galleries of Los Angeles, I studied as young teen at Otis Art Institute.   As a young child, my favorite artists were Bonnard and Vuilliard and are still beloved.  Today my artistic goals

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David Douglas

I have been taking photographs since 1967 when I appropriated my father’s Nikon. With it, I circumnavigated the world on a floating university while in college. I later served 2 years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ethiopia during a very turbulent time in its history, camera in hand. Since moving to New Mexico in

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