American Art Collector - - Destination | Santa Fe And Vicinity -

544 S. Guadalupe Street

Santa Fe, NM 87501, (505) 954-9902 info@bluerain­ www.bluerain­

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.

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