BLUE RAIN GALLERY
544 S. Guadalupe Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501, (505) 954-9902 firstname.lastname@example.org www.blueraingallery.com
Blue Rain Gallery represents contemporary artists of diverse backgrounds working in a variety of mediums such as paintings, ceramics, bronze, glass and jewelry. Among its many contemporary offerings, the gallery also boasts a fine collection of contemporary Native American and regional art. This year marks the gallery’s 25th anniversary.
Blue Rain Gallery has a robust show schedule planned for 2018. May 11 through June 2, the gallery will feature new paintings from Rimi
Yang; May 25 through June
9, a group exhibition titled Neo-Cultural Narratives will include work from Starr Hardridge, Dan Friday, Thomas Breeze Marcus and Chris Pappan; and May 25 and 26, Friday will perform glass blowing demonstrations at the gallery. In June, the gallery will feature solo shows for Doug West and Brad Overton.
“Santa Fe remains a leading market for discovering and collecting art. The Railyard Arts District, home to Blue Rain Gallery, is a leading art destination within the city, focusing on some of the city’s best galleries and art spaces exhibiting contemporary and regional art.”
— Denise Phetteplace, executive director, Blue Rain Gallery
The interior of Blue Rain’s Railyard District gallery.
Blue Rain Gallery, Xochi, oil on panel, 50 x 50", by Brad Overton.
Blue Rain Gallery, Heart of the Rio Grande, oil on canvas, 48 x 48", by Doug West.