Exhibitor listing

Winterowd Fine Art

Winterowd Fine Art
701 Canyon Road
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
United States
T  505
M   992
M   8878
info@fineartsantafe.com
fineartsantafe.com

E-mail address : info@fineartsantafe.com
Website :http://www.fineartsantafe.com

ABOUT

Established in 2004 Winterowd Fine Art is a contemporary gallery located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The gallery exhibits a varied spectrum of work that often evokes the natural world. Visually stimulating work from highly skilled emerging, mid-career, and established artists accommodate the needs of new collectors and seasoned art buyers alike. A combination of solo and group exhibitions, along with a varied and rotating selection of work, enable collectors to regularly view new pieces, and learn about new directions work is taking. The gallery's large open rooms, high ceilings, exposed brick and natural light, create a serene environment in which to view paintings and sculptures.

  • Karla Winterowd

  • Jamie Garrison

Exhibitor's Artists:

  • Susan Pasquarelli  (+)

    Detailed Description : Exploring the limit of kilnformed glass, Karen Bexfield creates original sculptures that engage the viewer. Her sculptures are delicate in appearance but strong in form. The interplay of color, shape and movement speaks to the raw yet purposeful unpredictability of nature and the glass process itself.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Karen Bexfield - Cosmos

      Cosmos

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  • Charlie Burk  (+)

    Detailed Description : Charlie Burk has been painting landscape for 40+ years and finds an endless source of inspiration from the world around him. He paints poetic portraits of our living earth. Executing a painting of a field of grass requires great skill. Charlie’s lush landscapes of grass captivate us. His paintings thoughtfully and seductively pull the viewer close for a better look. He offers us a portal into our memory of a landscape, something elusive yet calming.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Charlie  Burk - Speak Easy

      Speak Easy

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  • Tom Kirby  (+)

    Detailed Description : Tom Kirby’s abstract minimalist, transcendental oil paintings ring true. Kirby captures our delicate moments of clarity. The works are a rich balance of luminescent shimmer and earthy pull. Iconic shapes move steadily upwards, split by fiery reds, cooled and solidified by glacier greens.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Tom Kirby - N/A

      N/A

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  • Annell Livingston  (+)

    Detailed Description : Annell Livingston’s hard-edged horizontal, vertical, and diagonal gridded neo op art paintings are filled with a multitude of hand painted gouache shapes. The abstract works offer a lively balance between the geometric and organic as variances of value and hue subtly shift through rigid linear compositions.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Annell Livingston - Translations, 11x11", flashe on paper

      Translations, 11x11", flashe on paper

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  • Dylan Martinez  (+)

    Detailed Description : Inspired by Trompe L’oeil, H2O/SiO2 is entirely hot sculpted glass, which appear as plastic bags of water. The trapped movement of the rising bubbles and the gesture of the forms convince the eye that the sculptures are just as they seem. What is fascinating is that our desires often override our true perception of reality and you believe what you think is visible as the truth.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Dylan Martinez - H2O/SiO2 series

      H2O/SiO2 series

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  • Susan Pasquarelli  (+)

    Detailed Description : With each medium, Taos watercolor artist Susan Pasquarelli selects a process involving gradual change. This allows for chance to be fundamental to the finished visual image, such as the layering of watercolor washes into light and shapes, the individual pictographs within the overall grid format, or the gradations of color interacting with figurative elements in the gouache paintings.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Susan Pasquarelli - Light Rings, watercolor on paper

      Light Rings, watercolor on paper

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  • Gilberto Romero  (+)

    Detailed Description : To look at a Gilberto Romero’s sculpture is to open one’s heart to joy and grace of movement – a sense of greater connection with the natural world and its mysteries. Through his shape, line, color, and use of negative and positive space, we experience freedom, flow, a pure and playful wonderment. Romero is a hands-on artist, completing all of his work from his studio. Even his cast work, though cast in a nearby foundry, is welded and chased by Romero. His patinas are engaging and varied, ranging from monochromatic to mottled with intricate patterns unfolding. An avid outdoorsman, Romero finds much artistic inspiration from his time in nature. “I see shapes everywhere,” he shares, and his patient and intuitive nature help him listen as stones “speak” with the possibility of becoming part of a future piece. Indeed, cast birds play a part in many of his pieces, conjuring for us the idea of flight, expansion, the delightful ability to soar.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Gilberto Romero - Promise

      Promise

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Other Artists represented by the Gallery:


Light Rings, watercolor on paper - Susan Pasquarelli

Susan Pasquarelli

Light Rings, watercolor on paper

Translations, 11x11", flashe on paper - Annell Livingston

Annell Livingston

Translations, 11x11", flashe on paper

N/A - Tom Kirby

Tom Kirby

N/A

Promise - Gilberto Romero

Gilberto Romero

Promise

25x19x17", bronze

Cosmos - Karen Bexfield

Karen Bexfield

Cosmos

kiln formed glass

H2O/SiO2 series - Dylan Martinez

Dylan Martinez

H2O/SiO2 series

size varies 12" - 15" high glass sculpture

Speak Easy - Charlie  Burk

Charlie Burk

Speak Easy

40x40" oil on panel