1075 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Specializing in 19th and 20th century American art: American West, Historic New Mexico paintings, and Modernism. Outstanding one-acre sculpture garden and contemporary Southwest painters.
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CURT WALTERS: Works from My Wishlist
Curt Walters’ inaugural exhibition at the gallery, which will showcase his latest collection of work from around the world, including paintings from a recent trip to Italy and England, as well as scenes from Prague, Petra and Niagara Falls. The show will also include regional works from the Grand Canyon and the Santa Fe area. Sedona-based Walters is a world traveler, and a passionate environmental advocate. He has worked hard to protect the Grand Canyon, and he has painted the beloved landscapes of the southwest for over 30 years.
June 22nd through July 13th
EVELYNE BOREN: Freedom of Expression
Evelyne Boren is an accomplished oil painter and watercolorist, known for her vibrant color palette and expressive brushstroke. Her landscapes depict a fleeting moment with a sense of optimism, and a hint of sentimentality. A native of Munich, Germany, Boren now divides her time between Santa Fe, Mexico, and regular travels throughout Europe. Her upcoming show, Freedom of Expression, will feature a new selection of brightly colored landscapes.
September 21st through October 12th
Leon Gaspard: Impressions from Russia and the Faraway
Opening Reception Saturday November 16th from 2:00-4:00pm
Nedra Matteucci Galleries proudly presents a major exhibition by renowned Russian artist Leon Gaspard (1882 – 1964). The show, Leon Gaspard: Impressions from Russia and the Faraway, opens this coming November. An ambitious collection of works depicting distant lands, these compositions present an enduring expression of Gaspardʼs deeply insightful portrayal of his universal subject. Today, these paintings continue to reveal untold stories and depth. As Leon Gaspard said to fellow artist, Russian painter Nicolai Fechin, “Art does not stand still.”
November 1st through November 30th