Fine Lifestyles Santa Fe V1 Iss3 2015

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catenary art Gallery is a space that provides a clean-lined, sophisticated setting for its collection of artwork. The gallery represents international and local contemporary artists who work in a variety of genres and media, including photography, oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, mixed media, upcycled media, sculpture and glass. The southwest and Santa Fe have a strong presence in the gallery, but the scope of the artwork encompasses global visions and ideas. Catenary Art Gallery 616 1/2 Canyon Rd. 505.982.2700

dark Bird Studio is at the very end of Canyon Alley in an old adobe home that captures the charm of historic Santa Fe. The studio features both dramatic black and white wild horse photographs by Kat Livengood and paintings by art renegade Kelly Moore, featuring his dark birds and dead cowboys. The artwork, in combination with a hidden garden setting, make this a destination point for savvy travelers who like to venture off the main road. Dark Bird Studio 620 Canyon Rd.

linda St. clair’S goal as an artist is to explore the fascinating lives of animals and reveal on canvas the personalities of creatures great and small. Whether her subjects are of the barnyard, domestic or wild variety, they are the product of wildlife’s vital energy and broad emotional range. St. Clair’s paintings are exhibited and collected throughout the nation and worldwide. Some of her collectors include the University of Texas and the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. She is a two-time recipient of the Grumbacher Gold Medal and member of the Society of Animal Artists in New York. Linda St. Clair Gallery 616-C Canyon Rd. 505.795.5640

n o r dwa l l G a l l e ry & Studio features the artwork of award winning Pawnee/Ojibwe artist Raymond Nordwall. Nordwall paints Native American impressionistic landscape and wildlife pieces. He and his wife, Gina, have owned their gallery on Canyon Road for 16 years. He says, “Through my art, I want to inspire people to learn about the beautiful native culture and the appreciation native people have for nature.” Nordwall Gallery & Studio 618 Canyon Rd. 505.988.5057

Since 1983, SoulfulSilkS artist Har Hari Kaur has offered an array of colorful and textural hand-dyed silk scarves, shawls and apparel for everyday casuals to elegant occasions. Her journey began upon moving to Taos, New Mexico where, as she puts it, “The Land of Enchantment became my school yard. The high desert and mountain color palette always seemed to inspire me.” With a belief in giving women opportunities to sense their innate radiance and femininity, Har Hari’s specialties are color consultations and unusual scarf tying tips.


SoulfulSilks 618 Canyon Rd. 505.989.3828