July 7, 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/

 

Other events in Art Openings

Nature

Wednesday, Jul 08, 2015
Wire art by Marisa Fick-Jordaan along with masterpieces of South African Zulu copper and telephone wire. Through July 16
5-7pm | free

Radius Books

227 E Palace Ave., Ste. W
Santa Fe
Map

A Healing Stitch

Thursday, Jul 09, 2015
A collection of handmade embroideries that are deeply personal by women who have survived the traumas of domestic abuse, abandonment, homelessness and illness. Through July 21
5-7 pm | free

Turner Carroll Gallery

725 Canyon Road
Santa Fe
Web | Map

ART Santa Fe

Thursday, Jul 09, 2015
Celebrating 15 years of awesome art, ART Santa Fe will host a variety of exhibits, films, events and more. Check out artsantafe.com for more info.
various times | $10-$125

Santa Fe Community Convention Center

201 W Marcy St.
Santa Fe
Map

Also At The William and Joseph Gallery

Kiss My Glass

Tuesday, Jul 07, 2015
A showcase of the unique glassworks created by Sean Hennessey and Jason Chakravarty. Through July 31
gallery hours | free

The William and Joseph Gallery

727 Canyon Road
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Kiss My Glass

Wednesday, Jul 08, 2015
A showcase of the unique glassworks created by Sean Hennessey and Jason Chakravarty. Through July 31
gallery hours | free

The William and Joseph Gallery

727 Canyon Road
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Kiss My Glass

Thursday, Jul 09, 2015
A showcase of the unique glassworks created by Sean Hennessey and Jason Chakravarty. Through July 31
gallery hours | free

The William and Joseph Gallery

727 Canyon Road
Santa Fe
Web | Map
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