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In a story ti­tled “Of stone and leather, paint and clay” in the Thurs­day (March 8) edi­tion of Tempo, Kath­leen Michaels of Mil­li­cent Rogers Mu­seum was misiden­ti­fied. Michaels was co-cu­ra­tor of the sixth an­nual Taos Pue­blo Artists Win­ter Show­case Fri­day through Sun­day (March 9-11). A cor­rected ver­sion of the story is on­line at taos­


The works of Taos sculp­tor Hank Saxe are be­ing shown at the Peters Projects gallery in Santa Fe in an ex­hibit ti­tled “un­Nat­u­ral Land­scapes” from Fri­day (March 23) through May 25.

The artist will at­tend the open­ing re­cep­tion Fri­day from 5-7 p.m. and will give a talk on his work Satur­day (March 24) at 2 p.m. at the gallery lo­cated at 1011 Paseo de Per­alta in Santa Fe.

Born in Chicago, Illi­nois, Saxe has been a res­i­dent of Taos since the early 1970s. Saxe has worked in in­dus­trial and com­mer­cial ce­ramic pro­duc­tion and has al­ways re­mained con­nected to the soul of his en­vi­ron­ment, New Mex­ico, with an ap­pre­ci­a­tion of nat­u­ral ge­o­logic for­ma­tions and the North­ern New Mex­ico desert land­scape. This com­bi­na­tion of his tech­ni­cal knowl­edge and love of his en­vi­ron­ment are the un­der­ly­ing theme to this artist’s work. Saxe’s small-scale sculp­tures re­call rock-like for­ma­tions, but with an al­most other-worldly qual­ity, likely stem­ming from his idio­syn­cratic blends of nat­u­ral clays and syn­the­sized sub­stances seem­ingly not of this earth. Al­ways in­ves­ti­gat­ing new tech­nolo­gies in a land­scape of the South­west, this body of work brings to­gether many years of ex­pe­ri­ences, ob­ser­va­tions and in­ves­ti­ga­tions.

Hank Saxe has had nu­mer­ous solo ex­hi­bi­tions through­out the South­west. Among many mu­seum col­lec­tions his work is in the An­der­son Foun­da­tion for the Arts in Walla Walla, Wash­ing­ton, and the Har­wood Mu­seum of Taos, NM. He has also re­ceived Art in Pub­lic Places com­mis­sions in Tucson, Ari­zona, Ok­la­homa City, Ok­la­homa, and Las Ve­gas, Ne­vada, among oth­ers. Call (505) 954-5748 for more in­for­ma­tion.


Taos Artist Col­lec­tive is in­ter­view­ing new artist mem­bers for this gallery lo­cated near his­toric Taos Plaza at 106 Paseo del Pue­blo Norte. Call Lois Fer­nan­dez (575) 770-9950.

Arte de Descartes XVIII is call­ing out to artists for our 18th an­nual juried re­cy­cled art show. This year’s jury will be artists Joel Lage, Robin Stan­away and Debra Vil­lalo­bos. Dead­line for en­tries is Au­gust 1. To down­load prospec­tus go to whol­ or send a self-ad­dressed, stamped en­ve­lope to Wholly Rags P.O. Box 1051, Ran­chos de Taos, NM 87557. Prospec­tus can also be picked up at Wholly Rags, 1337 Gus­dorf Road Suite L. Call Melissa Lar­son (575) 751-9862 for more in­for­ma­tion. The 44th an­nual Taos Fall Arts Fes­ti­val is an­nounc­ing its 2018 Call for Poster Artist. All Taos County artists and artists ex­hibit­ing work in a Taos gallery are in­vited to sub­mit their work on­line for this year’s poster award. The win­ning artist will re­ceive $500 and have their art printed on all ad­ver­tis­ing and col­lat­eral pro­mo­tional ma­te­ri­als. The show theme is “Be­yond the Hori­zon, Más Alla del Hor­i­zonte.” The poster sub­mis­sion is open to all styles and me­dia. For in­for­ma­tion and guide­lines, go to TaosFal­ Dead­line is March 31, 5 p.m.

Taos Cen­ter for the Arts is call­ing for en­tries to its Mem­bers Open. Sub­mit­ted work must be 20-inch square, fin­ished or framed with a math and mu­sic theme, which can be in­ter­preted lit­er­ally or ab­stractly. It can com­bine math and mu­sic as in­te­grated con­cepts or two sep­a­rate con­cepts. Shared ideas and com­pleted projects to date prom­ise for an ex­hi­bi­tion not to miss. All me­dia is el­i­gi­ble. De­liv­ery date is Mon­day, April 16 from 10 a.m.-noon. All works will be ex­hib­ited in the En­core Gallery.

New Mex­ico Pot­ters and Clay Artists in­vites en­tries to Cel­e­bra­tion of Clay

2018, “Con­tem­po­rary Ce­ram­ics: In­formed by Tra­di­tion.” The show is set for May1-30 in Kit Car­son 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 nm­pot­, con­tact [email protected] nm­pot­ or call Seri Ko­towski (575) 758-7029.

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. 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 to­tries/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 21-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 greg­ links. All en­tries must be en­tered through the call­foren­ plat­form. The Har­wood Mu­seum of Art’s Spring Ex­hi­bi­tion ti­tled “Work 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 older to sub­mit their self­ies be­fore May 13 to be in­cluded in an on­line gallery. Take the photo with a cell phone, com­puter, cam­era, tablet and send up to 5, jpg im­ages to Har­[email protected] Email [email protected]­wood­mu­ or call (575) 758-9826 ext.109.

Taos Com­mu­nity Cen­ter’s co-op lo­cated in the His­toric Taos County 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) 751-1014 for de­tails.


Iconic im­ages and new works from north­ern New Mex­ico and south­ern Colorado are fea­tured in “Out and About,” a pho­tog­ra­phy ex­hi­bi­tion of works by Geraint Smith. The show is at the Taos Art Mu­seum at Fechin House, 227 Paseo del Pue­blo Norte. “‘The ban­quet is spread con­stantly, with no thought of whether any­one will at­tend. If I were re­cep­tive enough, per­haps I would see it in ev­ery­thing. But I’m not, so pho­tog­ra­phy is one of the tools I use to help me con­cen­trate, to help me see deeply, to block out all that is ex­tra­ne­ous and see that which is es­sen­tial.’ Words close to my heart from pho­tog­ra­pher De­witt Jones,” Smith says in a press re­lease. For more in­for­ma­tion, call (575) 758-2690 or visit taosart­mu­

A quilt ex­hibit is open at the Old Taos County Court­house. The work is done by about a dozen Talpa women who have been meet­ing to prac­tice their craft ev­ery week for 10 years. Meet the artists and find out how you can join. Spon­sored by the Talpa Com­mu­nity Cen­ter As­so­ci­a­tion, the ex­hibit is open from noon to 5 p.m. from Satur­day (March 10) through Thurs­day (March 31) noon-5 p.m. Venue is at 121 North Taos Plaza, Taos. Free ad­mis­sion. Call (575) 751-1014.

Stu­dio 107-B is ex­hibit­ing “Sis­ter­hood” Satur­day (March 10) through April 15. Thirty-five artists have work in the show, in­clud­ing Lisa Burge, Deborah Rael Theresa Gray, Juanita Jaramillo Lavadie, Nicki Marx, Iva Mor­ris, Gina Or­tiz, Reina, Sharon Dry Flower Reyna and Anais Rum­felt. For more in­for­ma­tion, email mayetor­[email protected] “Work by Women” con­tin­ues at The Har­wood Mu­seum of Art un­til May 13. In­cluded are rarely shown works by women from the mu­seum col­lec­tion. The mu­seum cu­ra­tors, Ju­dith Ken­dall and Janel Webb write, “Our goal is to re­veal a vis­ual nar­ra­tive of aes­thetic con­ti­nu­ity, from Catharine Critcher, the only fe­male to be in­vited into Taos So­ci­ety of Artists, to the so­cial commentary of Erin Cur­rier.” The mu­seum is lo­cated at 238 Le­doux St. in Taos. For more in­for­ma­tion, call (575) 758-9826 ext. 109.

“The Art of Non­vi­o­lence: TCA Ex­hibit at the En­core Gallery” con­tin­ues, pre­sent­ing im­ages cre­ated by Taos mid­dle and high school stu­dents in re­sponse to the theme of how vi­o­lence has af­fected them. The ex­hibit con­tin­ues through the end of March. Taos Com­mu­nity Au­di­to­rium, 145 Paseo del Pue­blo Norte, Taos. Free. Call (575) 758-2052.

“Field of Pos­si­bil­i­ties,” an ex­hibit by lo­cal artist Jame­son Wells, is 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, rick­rack, lace, sel­vages, seams and edges. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact the Har­wood at (575) 758-9826 ext. 109 or go to har­wood­mu­ Artist Ben­ito Tru­jillo has nine paint­ings on dis­play at the Med­ley Restau­rant din­ing room, 100 State Road 150, north of Taos Ten­nis at Quail Ridge Con­do­minium Re­sort. Call (575) 776-8787 or email tru­jil­loart­[email protected]­


“UN­TI­TLED NO. 6, 2017” by Taos artist Hank Saxe, on view as part of “un­Nat­u­ral Land­scapes” at Peters Projects in Santa Fe.

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