Eli will talk about the history of etching, about his career as a printmaker, and give a walking tour of his exhibit of etchings at the Harwood Museum in Taos, on Sunday April 28th at 1:00pm. The Talk is free with the price of admission to the Museum.
The portrait-prints exhibit has been held over through Friday, Jan. 11th. Continuing interest is high, partly due to excellent press in the Albuquerque Journal and the Santa Fe New Mexican (“…museum-caliber and should not be missed.” –Douglas Fairfield, Pasatiempo 12/28/12).
We’ve decided to close the exhibit with a guided tour by the owner [...]
Robert Bell delivers another in a series of historical print exhibits at Argos Gallery, from his extensive collection. This year, we survey portraits and self-portraits throughout the 500-year history of Western printmaking. From Durer to Jasper Johns, Bell’s selection of more than 150 prints is a rich fabric of cross-influences and self-referencing, playing from one [...]
In 2009 the Santa Fe artist Melinda Miles passed away, as she was finishing a large exhibit of paintings. The work was grouped around the theme of railway journey and it formed the core of the memorial exhibit Argos Gallery mounted in 2010 ( here ).
This month, we are very pleased to announce the publication [...]