March 23rd, 2020
August 30th, 2019
For the past few years I've been working in a 650 square foot studio on the east side of Santa Fe; it's a community of working artists and artisans along the Santa Fe River, in a gorgeous setting and historic adobe buildings. I love where I work and pinch myself daily for my connection to this place—I've had a studio on-and-off here since 2004, my first year after art school in San Francisco.
December 2nd, 2016
Visiting Santa Fe last week, we drove out to the studio of Jamie Burnes. In our gallery, Burnes is best known for his life sized sculpture in the shapes of horses and rings.
November 16th, 2016
Past the end of Canyon Road and down a narrow dirt road, we came to a group of small houses. Each one had a tiny ceramic number next to the front door and we searched for number nine. Nina Tichava’s studio is behind that door, which happened to be wide open and awaiting our visit.
October 28th, 2015
Gustlin's studio, adjacent to her home, is actually three studios: one for the preparation and creation of her (beautifully made) custom panels, one for the under-painting layers, and one for finishing the work and adding the top 30 to 40 layers.
October 11th, 2014
Maura Allen's studio is ideal in many respects, with abundant overhead lighting and space for days. She is organized. The location is near a coffee shop and other high-end stores, and a bike ride from her home.