QUARTET: Four artists playing together to create a show. NOVEMBER 20 opening through December 17th in the EXHIBITION SPACE at LA TIENDA in Eldorado.
REBECCA FARR was raised in
. She moved to Connecticut in 1992. Through the years, she has found success with her commissioned pastel horse portraits. She works from her own photographs, searching out early morning and late afternoon light Rebecca captures horses at their natural best - unaware of the human staring at them with a camera. She calls her style "slightly undone" as she believes the horse to be...never quite finished. In her most recent work she strays a bit from portraiture and incorporates different mediums and new ways to integrate equines into a more conceptual approach from birth to bones. Santa Fe
DARCY GRAY came to
after years of success as an artist in the Bay Area. Her works are totally stunning. They come to life with graphite markings layered with muted colours. Each mark seems to have it's own history. It's own vitality. She pushes and pulls images from smudged lines to the forefront and into the background. There is a dreamlike quality to her work; a lingering unfulfilled chimera of the world and life itself. There is also however a familiarity ; a sense of place and feelings. Perhaps even a premonition of the future? Darcy works in collage, oil and encaustics. Santa Fe
When JANE OTTEN sits before a canvas images of humanity just seem to appear. Iconic or even comical figures; organic shapes resembling geographical formations or patterns which echo designs assembled by our indigenous ancestors. She has travelled a long way from her native
The artists invite you to their opening night on November 20th between 5-8. Refreshments will be served. You may also visit the exhibit W-F 11-2 and 4-7 or anytime Saturday between 11-7.
If you have any questions or need additional information, contact Charlotte Scot:
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