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Mary McPhail Gray of Non­vi­o­lence Works in­formed Tempo one of the im­ages used in the Feb. 1 cover story “How has vi­o­lence af­fected your life?” was in­cor­rectly at­trib­uted as pro­vided. The im­age with the words “Bul­ly­ing is vi­o­lent. Stop!” was ac­tu­ally by Shawn Yard­man of Taos Mid­dle


“Field of Pos­si­bil­i­ties,” an ex­hibit by lo­cal artist Jame­son Wells, is

1 in Stu­dio 238 at the Har­wood Mu­seum of Art, 238 Le­doux Street.

Wells’ col­lages in­clude rem­nants of can­vas rolls, old jeans, ran­dom cut pa­per and fab­rics, pieces of man­u­fac­tured borders, ri­crac, lace, sel­vages, seams and edges. The process of mak­ing the paint­ings is in­her­ent in the de­sign of the paint­ing it­self, where pieces are added, sub­tracted, wo­ven, painted or drawn around or on or un­der, or are ac­tu­ally il­lu­sory. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact the Har­wood at ( 575) 758- 9826 ext. 109 or go to har­wood­mu­seum. org.


New Mex­ico Pot­ters and

Clay Artists in­vites en­tries to Cel­e­bra­tion of Clay 2018, “Con­tem­po­rary Ce­ram­ics: In­formed by Tra­di­tion.” The show Road gal­leries: Cop­per Moon, To­tal Arts, David An­thony Fine Art and Wilder Nightin­gale Fine Art. For more in­for­ma­tion, to en­ter this self- juried mem­bers show, or to join NMPCA, go to nm­pot­ters. org., con­tact coc@ nm­pot­ters. org 7029.

Taos Cen­ter for the Arts in part­ner­ship with The Gen­der Sex­u­al­ity Al­liance of Taos High School and The Dreamtree Pro­ject an­nounces a call for en­tries for youth ages 19 and un­der for an LGBTQ+ Youth Art Ex­hi­bi­tion ti­tled, “Love Who You Are, Love Who You Want.” This juried pop- up ex­hi­bi­tion will be in The En­core Gallery April

2- 5. The jury is seek­ing works of art that ex­press feel­ings about lov­ing your­self, lov­ing oth­ers, iden­tity, di­ver­sity and the LGBTQ+ com­mu­nity as a whole. Ex­hi­bi­tion is open to all two- di­men­sional me­dia forms, and en­trants may sub­mit up to three works of art. Art must be pro­fes­sion­ally mounted or framed and ready to hang ( sup­port for fram­ing is avail­able), and no wider than 30 inches framed. For more in­for­ma­tion and to sub­mit en­tries, go to tcataos. org/ en­tries/ add_ en­try.

Taos Art In­sur­gency is a na­tional juried show that poses the ques­tions: Who will be the artists that lead the way for the new mil­len­nium? What will be the move­ments and is­sues they cham­pion? David An­thony Fine Art, Wider Nightin­gale Fine Art, and Greg Moon Art of Taos host this na­tional show in con­junc­tion with the Taos Spring Arts Fes­ti­val. The show will run April 2- May 12 with an open­ing re­cep­tion on April 21. En­tries are be­ing ac­cepted in paint­ing, draw­ing, print­mak­ing, pho­tog­ra­phy, sculp­ture, mixed me­dia, fiber arts, dig­i­tal printed me­dia and as­sem­blage. En­try dead­line is mid­night April 5. View de­tails on­line at greg­moonart. com/ links. All en­tries must be en­tered through the call­foren­try. org plat­form.

The Har­wood Mu­seum of Art’s Spring 2018 Ex­hi­bi­tion ti­tled ‘ Works by Women’ that opened Feb. 10 will in­clude a “Selfie Pro­ject.” The mu­seum is ask­ing women in the arts who are res­i­dents, visi­tors and lovers of North­ern New Mex­ico and who are 18 years or old to sub­mit their self­ies be­fore May 13 to be

Take the photo with a cell phone, com­puter, cam­era, tablet and send up to 5, jpg im­ages to Har­woodSelfies@ gmail. com. For har­wood­mu­seum. org or call ( 575) 758- 9826 ext. 109.

Taos Com­mu­nity Cen­ter’s co- op

Court­house on Taos Plaza seeks a new clay artist. The co- op car­ries 22 artists at this time and wants to add a pot­ter to the group. The co- op is lo­cated at 121 North Taos Plaza. Con­tact Effie at ( 575) 7511014 for de­tails.


Pat Pol­lard is the fea­tured artist at Sage Fine Art Gallery for Fe­bru­ary. Sage Fine Art is at 115- C East Taos Plaza. Call ( 575) 758- 9396. Stu­dio 107- B is ex­hibit­ing “Erotica.” Fea­tured artists in­clude: Jonathan Warm Day Com­ing,

Ro­dríguez, Iva Mor­ris and Brian O’Con­nor. Stu­dio 107- B is at 107 B North Taos Plaza, Taos. For more in­for­ma­tion, email mayetor­res. mt@ gmail. com.

A pho­tog­ra­phy ex­hibit, “The Beauty of Heaven is Spread Upon the Earth,” by lo­cal pho­tog­ra­pher El­ida Han­son- Finelli is at the

Car­son Road, Taos. Call ( 909) 784- 8490.

“In­dus­trial Pais­ley” by He­len Gene Ni­chols will be on view

the Har­wood Mu­seum of Art, 238 Le­doux St., Taos. Ni­chols pre­sents work through a fully im­mer­sive in­stal­la­tion of pat­terned pa­per and scrolls. Call ( 575) 758- 9826. “Into the Dark Wood, Dante’s In­ferno” is an ex­hi­bi­tion of more than 50 draw­ings by 27 Taos High Camino de la Placita. The Taos Arts Coun­cil is pre­sent­ing the grand open­ing as part of a col­lab­o­ra­tive ef­fort be­tween the Taos Art ClubTeen Art Stu­dio and the Uni­ver­sity of New Mex­ico-Taos dual credit pro­gram called “Art in Pub­lic Spa­ces.” Call ( 575) 751- 2000.

“In Praise of the Square,” 27 new works by Nor­bert Voelkel, con­tin­ues at the Bareiss

of El Prado. Voelkel works in oil on can­vas, col­lage and as­sem­blage sculp­ture. Call ( 575) 776- 2284. Rob­bie Stein­bach’s “Ge­om­e­try of The Spirit” con­tin­ues at The Taos Inn, 125 Paseo del Pue­blo Norte. In­spired by the an­cient build­ings in Spain and Morocco: “a tapestry of stone cre­ated by re­peat­ing arches and in­ter­wo­ven lines, cres­cents and di­a­monds, let­ters en­twined with vines, feath­ers, and leaves.” Call ( 575) 758- 2052. Lo­cal land­scape pho­tog­ra­pher Chris Dahl- Bre­dine shows his aerial works in “Webs of Light,” an ex­hibit open­ing at the Farm­house Cafe. Dahl- Bre­dine’s show fea­tures land­scape prints de­pict­ing New Mex­ico and South­west land­scapes. The cafe is lo­cated at 1405 Paseo del Pue­blo Norte, Over­land Com­pound, El

con­tact the artist at skyfly­taos@ gmail. com.

Jodie Her­rera pre­sents works about the fe­male ex­pe­ri­ence and women’s is­sues in “Home­bound,” on dis­play at FaraHNHeight Fine Art, 311 Paseo del Pue­blo Norte, through March 1. Call ( 575) 7514278.

Las Co­madres Gallery pre­sents Robin Cunningham of Bee Taos Light, an “homage to the light of Taos, the bees of our land and com­mu­nity, and [ which] sup­ports lo­cal bee- based busi­nesses and fam­i­lies.” Las Co­madres is at 120- G Bent St., in the John Dunn Shops. Call ( 575) 737- 5323. Dane Span­gler, fine art pho­tog­ra­pher at Amore Gallery,

new panoramic land­scape work. Call ( 505) 358- 4108 or email dane@ ds­faphoto. com.


WORKS BY TAOS ARTIST Jame­son Wells will be fea­tured in ‘Field of Pos­si­bil­i­ties’ at the Har­wood Mu­seum of Art be­gin­ning March 1.

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