Fine Art

John Depuy
oil, watercolor

Chris Erickson
oil

Jonathan Frank
watercolor and ink

Bonnie Frucci

oil

Winston Gamble
jewelry

Randolph Jorgen
stone sculpture

Mark Knudsen
acrylic

Kyle Kraiter
glass

Barbara McCulloch
oil, acrylic

Nickolas Muray
photography

Rachel Pettit
oil

R. Lillian Siefer
mixed water media

Leslie Thomas
oil

Eric Trenbeath
pastels


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John DePuy
oil

John's work spans over 6 decades. He originally studied Abstract Expressionism in the 1950's in Manhattan with Hans Hoffman. Heeding the advice of Mark Rothko, he returned to the Southwest for "the source of his art was there." He then became active in the group the "Taos Moderns" studying with Louis Ribak and brushing shoulders with Georgia O'Keefe.

A fast friendship with the writer Edward Abbey, fueled his passion and intensity for the desert southwest, and in his paintings he seeks to reveal the land's mythic essence. He is "less concerned with the outward appearances of nature than with its underlying, unseen reality."