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En Train Air : A Painting Adventure on the Southwest Chief

May 6, 2019 - Clarke Condé of Alibi

The voyage itself began on Saturday, April 13 at Union Station in Chicago as six celebrated American representational outdoor painters boarded the Southwest Chief to begin the 2,265-mile journey. The plan was to make stops in La Junta, Trinidad, Raton, Las Vegas, Lamy and then do a show [in Santa Fe]. The traveling painters—Aimee Erikson, Charlie Hunter, Shelby Keefe, Larry Moore, Randell Sexton and Jason Sacran—would then continue on to Winslow to stay and paint at La Posada through Easter, then on to Los Angeles before finally ending their trip with a panel discussion about the trip at the eighth annual Plein Air Convention in the San Francisco Bay area.

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Fatima Ronquillo: Spellbound

May 1, 2019 - Kelly Carper

“In painting, I continue to be spellbound by imagery both in the natural world around us and by the magical inner world of emotion and poetry,” says Fatima Ronquillo. The Santa Fe artist’s solo show, Spellbound,opens on May 17thas a celebration of the beloved pictorial themes Ronquillo has revisited over the past decade through her work. These themes are also documented in the publication of her first retrospective book of the same title, which will be available for pre-sale at the exhibition opening. This unique exhibition reflects on Ronquillo’s career thus far with an excited look toward the future, as it features new paintings that touch on each celebrated theme.

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Ken Daggett: Solo Exhibition

April 23, 2019 - Kelly Carper

Taos plein air painter Ken Daggett releases more than 20 new paintings for his Solo Exhibition, opening with an Artist Reception on Friday, May 3rdfrom 5-7pm. The artist’s new work focuses on his favorite painting locations in northern New Mexico, captured with new perspectives and fresh imagery. Daggett’s show holds the promise of spring with paintings that reflect the last remnants of a New Mexico winter, relishing the moisture of flowing rivers and melting snow.

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Jhenna Quinn Lewis featured in House & Garden

April 23, 2019

Our artist, Jhenna Quinn Lewis, has been featured in the January 2019 edition of the U.K. magazine "House & Garden". Her work appears in the "Art Edit" piece.

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Daniel Glanz featured in the 28th Annual Colorado Governor's Art Show

April 23, 2019

The 28th Annual Colorado Governor’s Art Show & Sale introduces the public to the fine art of many of the state’s top artists. The juried show seeks entries from all Colorado artists and exhibits the chosen work in a museum setting.

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Sculptor Daniel Glanz featured in Southwest Art

April 23, 2019

Daniel is featured in the Show Preview for the Colorado Governor's Art Show.

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Book release by Meyer Gallery artist, Fatima Ronquillo

January 28, 2019

Spellbound is the first book-length retrospective of Fatima Ronquillo.  The book contains more than one hundred eighty color images of Ronquillo’s lush and deadpan oil paintings, the studies and sketches for several other works, and an introduction from noted arts writer John O’Hern.

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Welcome Eric G. Thompson

December 4, 2018 - Kelly Carper

Meyer Gallery is proud to now be representing Salt Lake City artist Eric G. Thompson. Thompson’s contemporary realist landscape, figurative and still life compositions capture quiet moments of a simpler life from vacant rural landscapes to lonely weathered objects. His pieces capture the peaceful feeling of time spent alone or the emotional tug of fading memories. Thompson works in watercolor, oil and most distinctly, egg tempera. The latter is medium that has been used for centuries to create jewel-like artworks from an emulsion of pigment and egg yolk.

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Jhenna Quinn Lewis: Haiku of Birds

November 29, 2018 - Kelly Skeen

“I find that poetry is synonymous with my style of composition and work,” says Lewis. “My paintings have always been simple, and I admire the simplicity of haiku style poetry.”

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Douglas Fryer: Revisitations

November 7, 2018 - Kelly Skeen

“I want to express the idea that reality is more fluid. Though my eye and mind may focus on one thing in a scene, in reality all else is soft, interpenetrating in motion.”

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