Due to the governor’s emergency public health order, as of November 16 Peyton Wright Gallery is closed until November 30. We remain available by phone (505-989-9888) and email (info@peytownright.com), and we are happy to provide virtual installations and videos of works upon request.
 Please enjoy this virtual walkthrough of our current exhibition featuring photographs by William Frej.
Please enjoy this video tour of our current exhibition, Maya Ruins Revisited, featuring photographs by William Frej.
Peyton Wright Gallery is pleased to announce the publication and forthcoming release of William Frej’s book, Maya Ruins Revisited: In the Footsteps of Teobert Maler in October 2020. This fine art photography book on Maya ruins and an early Maya explorer and photographer, Teobert Maler, will be published by Peyton Wright Publishing, and distributed by ...
Gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 9:30am-4pm and Saturdays from 10am-5pm.
Please enjoy this virtual walk-through of the modern rooms in the gallery’s current installation. Also be sure to check out the historic rooms here
Ati Maier (b. 1962) Inner Planets, 2016 Ink and woodstain on paper 24 x 24 inches Peyton Wright is pleased to welcome Ati Maier to the gallery. Maier is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice includes drawing, painting, photography, 3-D video animation, installation, performance, and live action video. She was born in Munich, Germany in 1962 ...
Mammatus 2015 Oil on canvas 46 x 42 inches Signed and dated verso Peyton Wright Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of the work of Elliott Green. Mr. Green has exhibited extensively since 1989, and is the recipient of numerous grants and fellowships, including a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. Look for ...
August 2-31. Opening reception Friday, August 2, 5-7pm In his inaugural exhibition, Matthew Pendleton challenges judgement; a pencil in his hand becomes a sorcerer’s wand, conjuring a meditation on the first known manual of Japanese gardening, the Sakuteiki (“records of garden-making”) or a never-ending dream-time journal from the Kimberley region of western Australia. Pendleton’s line ...
View the gallery’s current installation, which includes by artists including Rufino Tamayo, Jon Schueler, Vivian Springford, Herbert Bayer, Stanton Macdonald-Wright, Keith Crown, Charles Hinman, Margo Hoff, Vance Kirkland, and others.