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Elegy #9

Elegy #9 – watercolor on translucent Yupo paper – 30 x 35″

Gebert Contemporary on Canyon Road here in Santa Fe is showing some paintings from my Elegy series.  The Elegies, in honor of my late husband Wayne Gibson, have been a way of resuming my art practice after Wayne died.  They are mostly black and white, with blue coming to predominate in the latest ones.  This is a particularly intuitive series in which I’m allowing feelings and impulses to guide me down some new paths.  Elegy #9, above, for instance, is simpler and more graphic than previous work.

I am honored and pleased to have work on Canyon Road once again – it has been nine years, I think, since EVO Gallery closed at that location.  Driving up the historic and lovely road has been bringing back some wonderful memories, and a sense of being once again in the “heart” of Santa Fe’s art community.  Gebert Contemporary has for some time now offered a premier roster of both local and international artists that I’m proud to join.

Santa Fe friends, you are invited to Gebert now and over the holidays to see this group show, which includes work by local artists Dirk DeBruycker, Ricardo Mazal, Munson Hunt, Grant Hyunga, Cov Jordan and others.  My paintings are in the old house, both first and second floors.  Enjoy the exhibit and have a joyful holiday season!

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