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Ryder Studio Exhibit

5-7:30 pm, Apr 04, 2014 | free
 

An exhibit of drawings and paintings by faculty and students of the Ryder Studio, Santa Fe's school for classical drawing and painting technique.



Where: Argos Studio & Santa Fe Etching Club
Phone: 988-1814
Address:
1211 Luisa St.

87501

 

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Also At Argos Studio & Santa Fe Etching Club

The Landscape in Printmaking, Across Five Centuries

Friday, Dec 05, 2014
An exhibit of well known artist like Durer, Rembrandt, Corot, Whistler, as well as exemplary less familiar figures from the Etching Revival, and including selected work from the Santa Fe Etching Club.
5-7:30 pm | free

The Landscape in Printmaking, Across Five Centuries

Friday, Dec 05, 2014
An exhibit of well known artist like Durer, Rembrandt, Corot, Whistler, as well as exemplary less familiar figures from the Etching Revival, and including selected work from the Santa Fe Etching Club. Through Jan 2
gallery hours | free

The Landscape in Printmaking, Across Five Centuries

Saturday, Dec 06, 2014
An exhibit of well known artist like Durer, Rembrandt, Corot, Whistler, as well as exemplary less familiar figures from the Etching Revival, and including selected work from the Santa Fe Etching Club. Through Jan 2
gallery hours | free
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