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Visiting Santa Fe

Photography

Santa Fe offers a visual feast for art lovers of all sorts, whether you're a serious collector or a fan who finds joy in just viewing the work.

With more than 250 galleries to explore, you'll be astonished by the city's array of art, including traditional and contemporary painting, photography, pottery, sculpture, textiles and more.

Get a chance to meet some of the artists at Santa Fe's famous Friday evening gallery openings, which take place year-round but with more frequency during the summer months.

As you walk the city discovering one gallery after another along the legendary Canyon Road, around the Plaza and downtown, and in the developing historic Railyard District, you'll agree: art lies at the heart of Santa Fe.

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Turner Carroll Gallery
Turner Carroll Gallery + Art Advisors, established in 1991, represents artists whose works are included in some of the most meaningful museum collections in the world. Gallery artists are exhibited in museums from the Metropolitan Museum of Art to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Belvedere Museum in Vienna to the Vatican Museum.
725 Canyon Road
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-986-9800
Turner Carroll Gallery + Art Advisors, established in 1991, represents artists whose works are included in some of the most meaningful museum collections in the world. Gallery artists are exhibited in museums from the Metropolitan Museum of Art to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Belvedere Museum in Vienna to the Vatican Museum.
Teresa Neptune Studio \ Gallery
Fine Art Photography Gallery and working Studio of award-winning photographer Teresa Neptune, featuring her extensive inventory of contemplative, black-and-white photography of the Southwest, Europe, Central America and wherever the road leads her. Her subjects cover Western landscapes, urban and rural architecture, street scenes, deserts, forests and movie sets. Neptune's color series "Flooded Desert" was called 'the best show' by the New York Times in 2007.
728 Canyon Road Open Often or By Appointment Only In the Historic Von Horvath House - behind Geronimo Restaurant
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505 982 0016
Fine Art Photography Gallery and working Studio of award-winning photographer Teresa Neptune, featuring her extensive inventory of contemplative, black-and-white photography of the Southwest, Europe, Central America and wherever the road leads her. Her subjects cover Western landscapes, urban and rural architecture, street scenes, deserts, forests and movie sets. Neptune's color series "Flooded Desert" was called 'the best show' by the New York Times in 2007.
Thea Witt Natural Light Photography
Natural Light Photography represents the work of fine art photographer Thea Witt. The power of Thea Witt's photography emanates from her unabashed embrace of the art form's essential paradox: every moment is unique, fleeting and pregnant with possibility, yet every image is an intimate study of that moment's highest meaning. Witt has had ample experience in the exploration of how relationships evolve in her personal and professional life. In her artwork, she draws upon this experience, broadening her scope to include relationships not only between people, but also between people and their surroundings, between nature and architecture, and between light and shadow. Witt finds constant inspiration from the incomparable light of northern New Mexico - the same light that D. H. Lawrence once celebrated as proud and soul stirring. What sets Witt apart from the crowd in the world of photography is her willingness to take the time to truly study her subjects as just that - subjects. Not objects to be viewed objectively and admired from a distance or from behind the lens. For Witt, the subject becomes a muse with which she invites and fosters an entirely subjective and passionate relationship. The result is an image that is both personal and universal - with an edge of the inevitable.
3 Joya Court
Santa Fe, NM 87508-8881
505/670-6664
Natural Light Photography represents the work of fine art photographer Thea Witt. The power of Thea Witt's photography emanates from her unabashed embrace of the art form's essential paradox: every moment is unique, fleeting and pregnant with possibility, yet every image is an intimate study of that moment's highest meaning. Witt has had ample experience in the exploration of how relationships evolve in her personal and professional life. In her artwork, she draws upon this experience, broadening her scope to include relationships not only between people, but also between people and their surroundings, between nature and architecture, and between light and shadow. Witt finds constant inspiration from the incomparable light of northern New Mexico - the same light that D. H. Lawrence once celebrated as proud and soul stirring. What sets Witt apart from the crowd in the world of photography is her willingness to take the time to truly study her subjects as just that - subjects. Not objects to be viewed objectively and admired from a distance or from behind the lens. For Witt, the subject becomes a muse with which she invites and fosters an entirely subjective and passionate relationship. The result is an image that is both personal and universal - with an edge of the inevitable.




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