Man­i­tou Gal­leries

123 West Palace Av­enue, Santa Fe, NM 87505, (505) 986-0440 225 Canyon Road, Suite 11, Santa Fe, NM 87505, (505) 986-9833 www.man­i­tougal­leries.com

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Man­i­tou Gal­leries is one of the fore­most gal­leries in the West, with lo­ca­tions on Palace Av­enue just off the Santa Fe Plaza, on the fa­mous Canyon Road in Santa Fe and in Cheyenne, Wy­oming. The gallery of­fers one of the finest col­lec­tions of con­tem­po­rary representational paint­ings, sculp­ture, prints, glass and fine jewelry, and our ex­pe­ri­enced and knowl­edge­able staff is al­ways friendly and ac­com­mo­dat­ing.

Man­i­tou on Palace hosts lively open­ings every first Fri­day of the month in con­junc­tion with the West Palace Arts Dis­trict’s First Fri­day Art Walk. At the Canyon Road lo­ca­tion, vis­i­tors can find the gallery open un­til 7 p.m. on the fourth Fri­day of the month, May through Septem­ber. The open­ings fea­ture live mu­sic in the summer and artists in at­ten­dance through­out the year.

Open­ing May 25 and re­main­ing on view through June 14 is a group exhibition fea­tur­ing sev­eral Man­i­tou Gal­leries artists, in­clud­ing Jennifer O’cualain, Bryan Haynes, Amy Lay, Jeff Cochran, Alvin Gill-tapia, Wil­liam Haskell, Jim Bortz, B.C. Nowlin, Gail Gash Tay­lor, Liz Wolf, Paul Rhymer, Jim Ep­pler, De­bra Sindt and Hib Sabin.

Man­i­tou Gallery asked artists to par­tic­i­pate by choos­ing an an­i­mal that they per­son­ally re­late with. In ad­di­tion to their art­work, the gallery asked that each artist bring in a small ex­pla­na­tion of their work to ac­com­pany each piece. These small de­scrip­tions will be dis­played with the work.

Top: A view of Man­i­tou Gal­leries’ Canyon Road lo­ca­tion.

Right: Man­i­tou Gal­leries, Kasha

Katuwe (Tent Rocks),acrylic on can­vas, 16 x 24”, by Bryan Haynes.

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