April 1, 2015

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A Prayer for Wild Things

5-7 pm, Dec 13, 2013 | free
 

Oil painter and pastelist Natasha Isenhour exhibits paintings with a focus on birds and vessels. Through Jan. 13



Where: The William and Joseph Gallery
Phone: 505-982-9404
Address:
727 Canyon Road
Santa Fe, NM
87501
Website: http://www.thewilliamandjosephgallery.com/

 

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Here, There and Everywhere

Wednesday, Apr 01, 2015

Laura Cowan presents her watercolor and fused glass works. Through April 30

5-7 pm | free

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145 Washington Ave.
Santa Fe
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Here, There and Everywhere

Wednesday, Apr 01, 2015
Romantic watercolor landscapes and fused glass works by Laura Fram Cowan. Through April 30
5-7 pm | free

Santa Fe Public Library

145 Washington Ave.
Santa Fe
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Forge

Thursday, Apr 02, 2015
Jason Rodriguez showcases his recent serigraph works. Through April 30
5-7 pm | free

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Also At The William and Joseph Gallery

Art Classes

Wednesday, Apr 01, 2015
Author and instructor Michael Long leads a workshop designed to inspire creativity in the visual arts. For registration and information visit michaellongartist.com
3:30-5 pm | $40

The William and Joseph Gallery

727 Canyon Road
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Art Classes

Wednesday, Apr 08, 2015
Author and instructor Michael Long leads a workshop designed to inspire creativity in the visual arts. For registration and information visit michaellongartist.com
3:30-5 pm | $40

The William and Joseph Gallery

727 Canyon Road
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Art Classes

Wednesday, Apr 15, 2015
Author and instructor Michael Long leads a workshop designed to inspire creativity in the visual arts. For registration and information visit michaellongartist.com
3:30-5 pm | $40

The William and Joseph Gallery

727 Canyon Road
Santa Fe
Web | Map
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