Matthew Pendleton (1980) Untitled, 2024 50 x 60 inches graphite and Prismacolor® pencil on paper    Matthew Pendleton’s work 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 ...
Louis Catusco (1927-1995) Egypt #6 1966 oil and acrylic on canvas 48 x 48 inches48.75 x 48.75 inches framedSigned lower center; titled verso Provenance: Distinguished corporate collection, MinnesotaPrivate collection, Virginia A painter, an enigma, and a beloved member of the Taos Moderns, Louis Catusco (1927-1995) was free and sophisticated in his use of the decisive played against the ...
Young Sook Park (b. 1947) Moon Jar, No. 9, 2003  Porcelain with white glaze 19 x 19 x 19 inches Signed ‘Park . 03 . 9’ on bottom Literature:  Park Young-Sook, et al., Park Young-Sook’s White Porcelain Moonjar, exh. cat., Show Gallery, New York and Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, 2006, throughout  Fine Collection of Raving Beauty, New Vision in ...
Bill Frej explains some details in the Barrier Canyon style Great Gallery photo during the opening reception, Dec. 29, for the exhibition “Rock Art of the Greater Southwest” at Peyton Wright Gallery. The current exhibition by photographer William Frej, documenting the petroglyph rock art of the Southwest, has  drawn the attention of regional press. The exhibition ...
Clinton Adams (1918-2002)Woodland House, Abstract Verso, 1954/1957 casein, watercolor on paper16 x 23 inches23.75 x 30.75 inches framedSigned and dated lower left of center (front), lower right (verso) Clinton Adams was born in Glendale, California, in 1918, and began his career as an artist and teacher at the University of California, Los Angeles after receiving received his Bachelor of Education and Masters ...
Mary Bauermeister (1934 – 2023) Untitled, 1968 Glass, optical lenses, wood, ink, and paint 52 x 52 x 6 inches Provenance: Private collection, Pennsylvania Mary Bauermeister is known for her lens boxes and other fantastic assemblages that grew out of her early association with philosophical thinkers, scientists, and musicians in postwar Germany. Influenced by Fluxus ...
Ann Purcell (b. 1941) “Kali Poem No. 32” ,1986  Acrylic on canvas 76 x 66 inches Provenance: Private collection, Washington, D.C. Ann Purcell was born in 1941 in Washington, D.C. and raised in Arlington, Virginia.  She undertook independent  art studies in Mexico from 1969 to 1971, and had a solo exhibition at Villa Roma Gallery ...
Marie Romero Cash (b. 1942) El Nacimiento, 1995 Wood, cloth, watercolor and natural pigments with stamped tin and stamped copper inserts signed on bottom 21 x 30 x 23 inches Provenance: Elizabeth Boeckman, Santa Fe, New Mexico One of New Mexico’s most renowned santeras, Marie Romero Cash is a well-known award-winning folk artist and writer in Santa ...
Frijoles Canyon, 1927 lithographic crayon on paper16.5 x 11.5 inches23.5 x 19.5 inches framedSigned lower rightProvenance:Private collection, Santa Fe, NM Born in Lucas County, Iowa, in 1891, Raymond Jonson received his early education in Portland, Oregon, where he was the first student to enroll at the Portland Museum Art School when it opened in 1909.  In 1910, Jonson moved to ...