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Five Painters Paint The Santa Fe Connection

Peter Burega

Gregory Frank Harris

Carlos Ramirez

Rick Stevens

Laura Wait

April 6 - 22, 2018


Peter Burega

“Cove Bay, No. 2” $8,500 oil on wood panel, 42x48

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“Under a Moonlit Sky, No. 2” $8,000 oil on wood panel, 42x40

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Peter Burega

“Mahekal, No. 6” $12,500 oil on wood panel, 50x60

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“Mahekal, No. 9” $8,500 oil on wood panel, 48x48

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Gregory Frank Harris

“Pojoaque Autumn” $2,400 oil on panel, 20x16

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“Galisteo, No. 19” $3,400 oil on panel, 20x16

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Gregory Frank Harris

“Galisteo, No. 17” $2,600 oil on panel, 12x16

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“Warm Evening Sky” $6,500 oil on linen, 32x34

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Carlos ramirez

“A Break in the Fog” $6,500 acrylic and ink on canvas, 55x45

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“An Early Spring Morning” $7,800 acrylic and ink on canvas, 60x48

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Carlos ramirez

“First Blooms” $7,300 acrylic and ink on canvas, 56x48

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“North of Abiquiu” $7,000 acrylic and ink on canvas, 60x40

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Rick Stevens

“Inside Life” $3,400 pastel on paper, 27x25

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“Spheric Rhythms” $4,300 pastel on paper, 31x32

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Rick Stevens

“At the Crossroads of the Senses” $9,700 oil on canvas, framed 51x38

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“Benevolent Channel” $8,000 oil on canvas, 34x42

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Laura Wait

“Ocean of Storms” $6,000 acrylic on wood panel, 48x40

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“Resonance 1� $3,200 encaustic and mixed media on wood panel, 30x24

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Laura Wait

“Shodo IV” $4,800 acrylic on wood panel, 60x18

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“Shodo V” $4,800 encaustic and mixed media on wood panel, 60x18

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Peter Burega

To support his visceral energy Burega paints on wood panels of laminate birch with solid alder sides. “These strong, stable panels record my aggressive and subtractive manner of applying and removing paint.” “The physical and psychological come together in this process, resulting in abstract paintings that can be at once percussive and soothing.”

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Gregory Frank Harris

In Harris’ landscapes, the abstract and representational elements coexist quite naturally. In fact, they work together beautifully.

Ramirez’ large-sca and yet buoyant, tethe structured — closing the that exis

“Many of my recent landscape paintings,“ he observes, “seem to combine 19th century Tonalism with 21st century Abstraction.”

His strong connection his sensibility; the pain with a deeply s

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carlos ramirez

rick stevens

laura wait

ale abstractions are serene ered yet open, intuitive yet gap between the dualities st in both life and painting.

Stevens’s color-soaked, light-filled paintings combine pure abstraction with familiar shapes and lines, creating a level of comfort for the viewer.

Words as image are a central part of Laura Wait’s painting, leading to a current obsession with letterforms and wall writing.

with nature always guides ntings are organic and ripe sensitive connection to life.

He explores an unseen world where joy abounds and perpetual motion keeps everything in a permanent state of flux

“My goal is to create dense, ancient, fresco like surfaces. The transparency of layers created with encaustic or acrylic give me the ability to uncover lost imagery.” See more work by this artist.

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Meet the artists


200-B Canyon Road Santa Fe, New Mexico

hunterkirkland@earthlink.net 505.984.2111

Five Painters Paint: The Santa Fe Connection  

Group Exhibition Featuring Peter Burega, Gregory Frank Harris, Carlos Ramirez, Rick Stevens and Laura Wait

Five Painters Paint: The Santa Fe Connection  

Group Exhibition Featuring Peter Burega, Gregory Frank Harris, Carlos Ramirez, Rick Stevens and Laura Wait