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Small Works Show and Jewelry Jamboree
November 6, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - December 31, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
CONTEMPORARY SMALL WORKS IN A VARIETY OF MEDIA INSPIRED BY THE SOUTHWEST AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO LANDSCAPE
Thomas and Carole Bowker, artists/owners, will feature a variety of small works in clay, metal, sculpture, acrylic painting, hand-formed paper, fiber and Jewelry. Many of their works echo the beauty of Northern Néw Mexico. They will also show several playful works that capture the spirit of their environment!
NOVEMBER 6 – DECEMBER 31, 2020
ARTISTS SUNDAY: OPEN 12-5PM
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My art is a visual, concrete and elemental language represented in two and three dimensional works and is done in a direct fashion, rarely making use of a maquette or preliminary drawings. I do not try to restrict or narrow its translation, choosing rather to broaden its meaning and impact to the greatest possible audience. I engage the viewer’s mind to think about their closely held beliefs.
With a background in painting, design, art history and the natural sciences, my art works and jewelry design are augmented with that of a painter’s eye and artist’s palette integrating a keen interest in color, earth and form. My works in paper, paint, jewelry and clay are represented by direct observation of pristine places of natural beauty, including Northern New Mexico, where I have lived.
|Type of Art to be showcased:||Semi-precious, wood, natural stone jewelry and sterling silver jewelry.
Glazed and pit-fired clay.
Metal and wood whimsical birds.
Fiber animals and birds.
Landscapes in acrylic paint, watercolor and pastels.
Hand-formed paper with natural materials.
|Address||Street Address: 121 Camino Escondido
City: Santa Fe
State / Province: New Mexico
Postal / Zip Code: 87501
Country: United States