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InArt Gallery Winterowd Fine Art

Charlie Burk, Summer Path, oil on panel, 48 x 48"

Charlie Burk paints poetic portraits of our living earth. This beautiful series is of grasses fashioned in oil. Burk thoughtfully and seductively pulls the viewer close for a better look. The paintings are of imagined real places. Each has a sheer tactile beauty of surface. The grassy landscapes Burk creates in his paintings are rich, lyrical, and evocative places we want to be. 701 Canyon, 505-992-8878,

Robert Livsey Wells, Flourish (Inspired by Moritz Eggert’s Number 9 VI: A Bigger Splash), oil on linen, 36 x 36"

Opening night reception Friday, November 25, 5–7 PM. Robert Livsey Wells will be featuring 16 new masterful paintings for his show Color Rhythms (November 25–December 25). Wells’s paintings are created through the emotions he experiences while listening to the expressive rhythms and scores of composers Claude Debussy, Manual de Falla, Takashi Yoshimatsu, Robert Simpson, Moritz Eggert, Jennifer Higdon, and others. 219 Delgado, 505-983-6537,

Buying or Selling Indian Art? Know the Law! Under the Indian Arts and Crafts Act, Native American art and craftwork must be marketed truthfully regarding the Native American heritage and Tribal affiliation of the producer. Take Home a Treasure from Indian Country-Buy works produced by members of federally recognized Tribes. For a free brochure on the Act, including how to file a complaint, please contact: U.S. Department of the Interior Indian Arts and Crafts Board Toll Free: 1-888-ART-FAKE or 1-888-278-3253 Email: Web: Joan Hill, Muscogee Creek Nation, Sacred Ceremony of the Temple Mound, Painting, ©1989

december 2011 /january 2012

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