The Peyton Wright Gallery video walkthrough for August 2022 features the new exhibition “Leon Berkowitz: The Cathedral Paintings,” showcasing Berkowitz’s masterful use of color, line and depth.
This fall, Peyton Wright Gallery is pleased to announce a book signing and exhibition to celebrate the launch of William Frej’s new book, Travels across the Roof of the World: A Himalayan Memoir. The award – winning photographer’s new book provides a sweeping yet intimate view of the breathtaking peaks, splendid valleys, and extraordinary people of ...
Laguna Santero (1776-1815) La Virgen Dolorosac. 1800 Wood, gesso, pigment21 x 12.25 x 1 inches Provenance:Private collection, Santa Fe, NM W.S Stallings named the Laguna Santero for the altar screens painted by an anonymous santero in the churches at Laguna and Acoma Pueblos. These screens are the two most significant examples of the genre surviving ...
William Frej’s most recent book, Seasons of Ceremonies: Rites and Rituals in Guatemala and Mexico, continues to win a number of awards, including the recently announced Gold Medal Best Photography book for 2021 from Foreword Indies/Foreword Reviews. The book also just received two wins from the Moscow International Foto Awards competition in its book division: a Gold ...
Robert Slutzky (1929-2005) Untitled (No. 8) 1978  Oil on canvas   72 x 72 inches A painter and also an art educator who explored connections between painting and architecture, Robert Slutzky was keenly interested in questions of visual perception and poetics. For many years, he was a professor of art and architecture at Cooper Union for the Advancement ...
Peyton Wright Gallery is pleased to announce Leon Berkowitz: The Cathedral Paintings, an exhibition of works showcasing Berkowitz’s masterful use of color, line and depth.  The exhibition will open Friday, August 5, 2022 with an opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. and run through Tuesday, September 6. Leon Berkowitz (1911-1987)was born on 14 September 1911 ...
Peter Miller: Coming Home Again, July 1 – Aug 2 2022 A video walkthrough of our new exhibition Peter Miller: Coming Home Again, a celebration of works by this forgotten figure of American Modernism who spent much of her career in New Mexico. The exhibition commences July 1 with an opening reception from 5-7 pm, ...
Final touches are underway for tomorrow’s opening of our exhibition “Peter Miller: Coming Home Again,” our follow up to last years acclaimed Peter Miller show. We are excited! Peter Miller (1913-1996)  – born Henrietta Myers, changing her name to Peter believing she would be treated more fairly as a man – is often classified as ...
Margo Hoff (1910-2008) October Hill / Red, c. 1978 Oil and canvas collage on canvas58 x 42 inchesSigned lower right Provenance:Estate of the Artist Margo Hoff was born into a large family in Tulsa in 1912. As a child she spent many hours playing out­side, finding patterns in nature, a practice she pursued throughout her ...
José Benito Ortega(1858 -1941) Cristo, ca. 1880 wood, gesso, cloth, pigment83  x 43  x 11 inches Provenance:Guadelupita Morada, Mora County, NM José Benito Ortega, the last of the late 19th-century santeros, traveled throughout northern New Mexico and southern Colorado making santos for small chapels, meeting houses, village homes, and for Penitentes (members of a religious brotherhood) from ...