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550 S. Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501, (505) 995-9902 info@evoke­con­tem­po­rary.com 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.

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