If you missed Robert Bell’s walk-through tour at the opening of the exhibit, he will reprise it on Monday, Dec. 30, at 7pm. The exhibit explores the many connections between Whistler and the art scene he encountered in Paris and London at the turn of the century. Few artists cut as colorful a [...]
Whistler is one of the more colorful figures in the history of art. This exhibit presents a collection of Whistler’s original prints, in context with work by his contemporaries. This showing is the eighth in Argos Gallery’s series of exhibits of historical original prints from the collection of Robert Bell. Bell will offer a tour of [...]
Work on paper means different things to different artists. This exhibit shows work on paper by four artists regularly exhibiting at Argos, in context with the paintings and prints they are better known for. Go here for exhibit pages of the work of Thayer Carter, Whitman Johnson, Eli Levin, Sarah McCarty.
Opening: Friday, October 25th, 5 – [...]
It’s Eli’s 75th birthday. We celebrate with a survey exhibit of sixty of his etchings spanning fifty-three years, and fifteen new paintings in his signature bar-scene theme. By most measures, Eli Levin is Santa Fe’s best-known artist. You’re invited to the party.
Reception Friday June 14th, 5-8pm.
Exhibit June 14th thru July 7th.
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 [...]