550 S. Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501, (505) 995-9902 firstname.lastname@example.org www.evokecontemporary.com EVOKE Contemporary is committed to exhibiting artwork that is provocative and compelling by a wide range of established to emerging American and international contemporary artists. The gallery features some of the most recognized artists working today in the genres of figurative painting and sculpture including Alice Leora Briggs, Jeremy Mann, Javier Marín, Soey Milk, Kristine Poole, Lee Price, Jorge Santos, Julie Speed, Aron Wiesenfeld, Kent Williams and Michael Workman.
The gallery also represents some of the foremost American landscape painters such as Lynn Boggess and Francis Di Fronzo. In addition, EVOKE Contemporary proudly represents the estates of Louisa McElwain and Wade Reynolds. New to EVOKE Contemporary is Harriet Yale Russell, who adds an exciting new diversity to the gallery’s program with her non-objective abstract paintings in oil and cold wax.
Located in the pre-eminent Railyard Arts District in the heart of Santa Fe, EVOKE Contemporary participates in the Last Friday Art Walk yearround and is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
EVOKE Contemporary is highlighting its landscape painters this spring starting with Cumulous Songs, which is a show of the robust New Mexico skies by McElwain (1953-2013) through the month of May. A solo exhibition by West Virginia plein air painter Boggess opens on May 25 and runs through June.
“The Santa Fe Railyard Arts District has been recognized as the foremost district for contemporary art for more than a decade, and with the 2017 grand re-opening of SITE Santa Fe and the upcoming addition of a new Contemporary Museum of Art, the district continues its ascent into the forefront of the contemporary art market internationally and within the artcentric city of Santa Fe.”
— Kathrine Erickson, owner, EVOKE Contemporary
1 EVOKE Contemporary, O Prima Vox, oil on canvas, 54 x 62", by Louisa McElwain. 2 EVOKE Contemporary, Chalice, oil on canvas, 54 x 72", by Louisa McElwain. 3 An interior view of EVOKE Contemporary in the Railyard Arts District.