July 30, 2015

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Sight Lines: New Works by Arin Dineen and Jeff Juhlin

5-7 pm, Jul 18, 2014 | free
 
Native Santa Fe artist Dineen carves a portal to naturalistic interiors through her meticulously rendered architectural images while Juhlin's graphic horizons suck you into the spatial depths of paintings. Through August 24


Where: Ellsworth Gallery
Phone: 989-7900
Address:
215 E Palace Ave.

87501

 

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A feature of the Summer of Color artists Elise Ansel, Clair McArdle and Kathryn Stedham work in marble, clay and oil on canvas to explore a synthesis of landscape and the human form. Through Sept. 12
gallery hours | free

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