Santa Fe Local community Faculty Visual Arts Gallery Presents ‘Border Artists’ Showcasing 17 Artists March 11

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‘Question & Reply’ by Nolan Winkler, mixed media on wooden panel, 24″ by 24″. Courtesy/SFCC

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SANTA FE – Santa Fe Local community College’s (SFCC) Visible Arts Gallery presents the exhibition, “Border Artists”, which opens 4-6 p.m. Friday, March 11 at the gallery at 6401 Richards Ave.

The exhibit will characteristic get the job done from 17 artists who are element of the Border Artist’s group from southern New Mexico and El Paso, Texas.

Notice: Evidence of vaccination and masks will be essential for attendance at the opening.

SFCC’s Director of Artwork on Campus explained, “We’re excited to showcase some of the impressive artwork getting manufactured downstate, as nicely as the get the job done by some artists from El Paso, Texas. This various collection of art gives our local community with a window to perform they could possibly not commonly have an chance to see. It is also rather inspiring for the college’s artwork learners to be uncovered to different types of artistic expression.” 

The exhibiting group shared this track record, “The Border Artists had been conceived in late 1990 as a way of expanding visibility and recognition for the operate of a group of great artists in Southern New Mexico. Obtaining considerably achievement, the group ongoing to add new users and organized as a non-earnings artists’ association in 1995. The members are citizens of Southern New Mexico and El Paso, Texas. Membership is by invitation.

“Because the arts are integral to the cultural daily life of a local community, the Border Artists are fully commited to making artwork and sharing this by way of exhibitions and educational gatherings. Our exhibitions are usually fundraisers for other neighborhood not for earnings teams, and we award many creative scholarships for large faculty and university pupils every 12 months.”

The subsequent artists will take part in the exhibition: Margaret Berrier, jewelry Emmitt Booher, electronic images Tauna Cole, oil portray Janice Prepare dinner, porcelain & blended media Sherry Carter-Doil, mixed media portray Linda Elkins, mixed media collage Amanda Jaffe, ceramics Suzanne Kane, ceramic and steel Cassandra Lockwood, acrylic portray Rosemary McLaughlin, oil painting Jeanne Rundell, combined media portray Storm Sermay, archival pigment photographic prints Jo-an Smith, portray (oil and acrylic), David Sorensen, Electronic images Zoe Spiliotis, 2-dimensional art Jean Wilkey, oil portray and Nolan Winkler, acrylic and mixed media portray.

The SFCC Visual Arts Gallery is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday on the SFCC’s main campus, 6401 Richards Ave. The gallery will be closed during Spring Split March 12 through March 20. All are welcome to go to the gallery. Special take note: SFCC COVID customer on-campus protocols involve all readers to dress in a mask and to social distance. For more details about the gallery, speak to SFCC’s Director of Artwork on Campus Linda Cassel at [email protected] or 505.428.1501. 

‘Cultivated’ by Suzanne Kane, ceramic/metal. 25x18x10. Courtesy/SFCC

‘La Mona Goals Aplenty’ by Janice Prepare dinner, porcelain & combine media. 18x13x9.5. Courtesy/SFCC

‘Ode to the Oilman’  by Linda Elkins, blended media collage, 24x27. Courtesy/SFCC 

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