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Taos News, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1992, Taos, New Mexico Deadline for the Gallery Guide is Friday Listings must be updated monthly or they will be Listings are printed on a spaceavailable ACT 1 GALLERY Special exhibit through January of watercolors by Tom both earlier work and recent oneofakind forest pieces by Bob 226D Paseo Open eve nings by ATEUER 751 Featuring David Martins bronze albaster sculptures by Taos artist Richard Pol large colorful avantgarde sculp tures in lucite by Dale landscapes by Michael abstract serigraphs and prints by Pablo handpainted collages by Barbara abstract acrylics and collages by Taos artist Carol works in oil by Rune from Sweden gold leaf icons by Michael Gauthier of France and limited edition prints by Glaus Schenk of Kachina Lodge Open 11 or by AUSTINGWILDER FINE ART Now featuring the work of internationally known sculptor John winter landscapes by David Sherry Hillstrom and Linda Also pastels by Taos artist Cris raku by Veronica Ketchbaw and David Arne Open 10 100 South upstairs at McCarthy Pla BA GALLERY New pastel and watercolors of Taos in Featuring established and emerging includ ing Teresa Swayne and sculptor Ned 133 Kit Carson Open 10 BARBERSHOP GALLERY The an exhibit of photographs from the deep south by Christine Through North of Francis Plaza in Open Thursday and Saturday from noon4 or by Fax number only PHILIP BAREISS CONTEMPO RARY EXHIBITIONS Recent work by photographer The artist was recently invited to send 15 works to for a show of five international photographers called Nudes in the Town Hall which is to be held at the medieval town jail of The show here comprises the same 15 images and will be seen in Taos simultaneously with the show in Through March This is the artists first exhibition in Taos since Open 11 Ski Valley BURKE ARMSTRONG FINE ART Nationally known Robert Cooley with new paintings of ski landmarks and Also exhibit ing major regional artists and old Taos 121 North Open 10 CENTINEL BANK A show of eco logical art by Helen Walters works with found reusing them and creating new Broken styrofoam packaging canceled stamps and broken mirrors create her Proceeds from the sale of these works will be used for the Roadrunner Recycling education Show open during regular banking hours through Friday DON CHEEK FINE ART New works by June Dudley portraying both landscapes and western Sculp ture by Victor Issa and Juan 117B Bent east courtyard of Governor Bent Open 11 or by DOUG SCOTT STUDIO Watch a sculptor at work using diamond tools on hard stones like marble and One mile east of Shady Brook in Taos EL TALLER DE TAOS Featuring new linoserigraphs by Amado Also introducing new artist Larry Basky with lithographs and In cludes fine jewelry by Larry Cathleen Crenshaw and Richard Lind say pastels by Valerie Graves weav ings by Open Monday 10 noon4 or by Kit Carson LAWRENCE GALLERY Con tinuing an exhibit of regional watercolors featuring Mary Vander David Evelyn Karen Heber and Judith 132 Kit Carson Open 9 FENIX GALLERY Winter group show featuring Jane Ellen Leslie Brenda Gretchen Alyce Ginger Lee Pat Mimi Chen Doen Ben Jame son Wells and Melissa Open Tues 10 noon5 228B Paseo 758 GALLERY ELENA Introducing Barbara Smith to the Smith is a contemporary watercolorist who uses the desert landscape as her subject Through Friday 119 Bent Open 11 LUMINA GALLERY Exhibition of New Mexico artists and photographers including Chuck Eric Neils Paul Nicki SuAnn Jamie Jim Bill Gersh and Open Thursday through 10 or by 239 Morada off Kit Carson MICHAEL MCCORMICK GALLERY Featuring Miguel Martinezs new Ave works by Michio Andy Mary Wit Laurie Hill Connie Thorn Yi Max Pat Arnette JensZerbe and Bill Specializing in original limited edition pottery and 121B North MONTEVERDE GALLERY Featuring unique handcrafted steel furniture and sculpture by Frank Also exhibiting new abstract landscapes by Lee 120B Paseo on the road to the ski NEW DIRECTIONS GALLERY Restrained harmonious composition and minimal imagery com bined with glowing colors and raw emo lion characterizes the work of Linda says gallery director Cecila Taschs acrylics on paper and canvas are featured in the window through Open 10 107B North OPENING SCENE Featuring art work based on myth or leg real or by artists Steve Villalobos and Debra 1302 Paseo El Open Monday 10 QUAST GALLERIESTAGS SKI VALLEY Annoudhg the opening of a second location in the Taos Ski Valley Resort Centers lower Traditional and contemporary fine art in a variety of featuring the work of Jerry Jean Marilyn Richard Kirk Fred Seck ler and Jerry Open 10 or by appointment 776 ROADRUNNER RECYCLERS Peace on winter art show of works by students from Taos public and private Through El north of the blinking 758 STABLES ART Spirit An American interpretive portraits by Rod Curated by Leah who selected 35 pieces out of a collection of 300 portraits the artist has Through Paseo TAOS MEDICINE WHEEL GAL LERY Featuring a oneman show of the works of Theodore Through Also showing works by Tho mas George Nelson Boren and Pola Ranches Pla TAOS MOSAIC Taos landscapes in oil by Will Hurd collage and watercolors by Jim Bray and Hopiins pired kachina type dolls in stone by Richard Open 10 216C Paseo Norte in Yucca 7580166 WADE GALLERY Traditional and contemporary fine art featuring mixed media collages by FrenchSmith pueblo and cliff dwelling watercolors by Dorothy Drum richly colored rakufired pottery by Pam Jenkins and Michael Parry pastels in the Mission by Victoria Tay lorGore Grand Canyon Series oil paintings by LaWanda 208 Paseo across from Kit Carson KENWOOD KENWOOD KRC 1004 FM AM Auto Reverse Cassette INSTALLED SALES SERVICE INSTALLATION 822 Paseo del Pueblo Taos 7580785 across from the North Lotaburger to MonFrl 120 Day Layawqy c Financing Available fees and Sweats 6 A L O R E and a whole lot more frqm ceiling to floor the Open noon 102 West Plaza NM 87571 5057589470 C16 THE TAOS NEWS
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