Corrales Bosque Gallery

 

4685 Corrales Road
PO Box 2252, Corrales, NM 87048
Phone: 505-898-7203
Fax: 505-899-2976

Open Daily 10am-5pm
or By Appointment

Artist Owned and Operated

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A Contemporary Gallery owned and operated by New Mexico Artists

Diverse media including painting, sculpture, prints,ceramics, glass, fiber
photography, and jewelry as well as one-of-a-kind cards.


Allen: March Clouds

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Jeanine Allen

Pastel paintings of New Mexico's land and sky that capture and emphasize its unique light and atmosphere.

Image: © Jeanine Allen, "March Clouds Along the Ditch", 18" x 24", Pastel


Allen: March Clouds

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Barbara Clark

Come see the work of an emerging New Mexico pastel artist who has a keen eye for contrast and a natural ability to create engaging compositions. With a love for those things "New Mexico" Barbara has a particular fondness of Acoma Pueblo buildings and shadows, old trucks, landscapes and her trademark series of Aspen trees from the Pecos area.

Please enjoy more of Barbara's work at her website:www.bacpastels.com

Image: © Barbara Clark, "Acoma Warmth", Pastel


Cozza: Wrapped VI

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Helen Cozza

The Wrapped series is part of my ongoing investigation combining the medium of printmaking within the context of sculpture. My lithographic prints on thin, tissue-like Lokta paper are repeatedly layered one over the other on both the sculptural element and the surface structure until I achieve the desired effect. As the paper thickens it emanates a warm, luminous glow allowing the colors of the symbolic images on the prints to take on a jewel-like quality. Another level of complexity is added with the lithographically printed flat shadow. At once playful and complex Wrapped reflects my interests in architectural structures, human-made as well as natural.

Image: © Helen Cozza, "Wrapped VI", 17" x 14" x 4", lithograph on Lokta paper, wire, wood, mixed media


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Britt & Stephen Densford

We are a collaborating artistic team. We enter the search for a certain visual/spatial quality together and through constant interaction between the objects and ourselves we find resolution as the finished pieces emerge a manifestation of our two visions blending.

Images: © Britt & Stephen Densford, "Cairn #4", 6' 2"x 24', Recycled steel & sand-carved stone & "Bound by Fire", 9"x 14", Steel & pebble wall relief


Evans: Home Sweet Home

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Roger Evans

Ideas in interior and exterior sculpture about animals in fable, myth and legend, designed to delight the senses.

email: rogerevans@att.net

Image: © Roger Evans, "Home Sweet Home", 14" x 34", Acrylic on wood


Goldschmidt: Windscape

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Andy Goldschmidt

Hand-built clay sculpture, vessels, plaques and menorahs.

Visit Andy's web site to view more work at: http://home.earthlink.net/~agoldschmidt

Image: © Andy Goldschmidt, "Windscape" 25" x 12" x 9", Burnished clay


Kaleta: Beak Duel Under Lilies

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Elzbieta Kaleta

Working primarily in the medium of paper cutout and collage, the artist skillfully operates with shapes, textures, patterns and colors, using the finest papers available. Most designs, cut out freehand with the scissors, are multilayered and mounted on a museum board. Her art displays the extravagant juxtaposition of the fanciful folk designs with the improbable.

Image: © Elzbieta Kaleta, "Beak Duel Under Lilies", 32" x 40"
Freehand/multilayered scissor paper cutout


Lewis:

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Edythe Lewis

Specializes in a blend of fine art and fused glass, to create wearable, functional, and decorative art pieces.

Visit Edythe's website at www.edytheglassart.com.

Image: © Edythe Lewis, Jewelry


Miller: Symbols of Heritage

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Mel Miller

Lush watercolors of European and New Mexican scenes, well-composed
and skillfully executed.

Image: © Mel Miller, "Symbols of Heritage", 20" x 25" Watercolor


Roumell-Gasteyer:

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Mariana Roumell-Gasteyer

Stoneware, Porcelain and Earthenware. One-of-a-kind functional and sculptural clay art done in a range of brightly- to gently-colored hues. Subject matter includes, animals, birds, vegetables and fruits.

Image: © Mariana Roumell-Gasteyer, Woodfired stoneware


Shomaker: Woman with Bird

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Dianna Shomaker

My current works are acrylic and torn paper. They are impressionistic renderings of people, animals, and landscapes. Occasionally I create purely abstract images designed to challenge the viewer to appreciate color and design rather than things. It's all great fun!

Image: © Dianna Shomaker, "Woman with Bird", 31" x 20", Acrylic and torn paper on rag board


Stetson: Wild Peonies

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Diana Stetson

Award-winning, small, limited editions of fine art prints. Oil-based inks on paper used to create monotypes, collographs, linocuts and etchings, incorporating text with imagery. Inspirational.

Visit Diana's web page at: www.dianastetson.com

Image: © Diana Stetson, "Wild Peonies", 20" x 16", Collograph


Tiger-Callahan: ???

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Hava Tiger-Callahan

Her ceramic work is first produced with a variety of techniques including potter's wheel, slab, molds and hand sculpture. It's then hand painted and stone fired to create both functional and decorative ceramics combining influences and designs from traditional Jewish and contemporary Israeli art. An Israeli born artist, Hava graduated with a BFA in Ceramic Design from Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, Israel, 1991 and has been represented in galleries in Israel and the US since then.

Image: © Hava Tiger-Callahan, Hand Painted & Carved Stoneware 19" H


Tiger-Callahan: ???

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Emily Timberlake

Color is of supreme importance to my work, as is spontaneity. By applying thick slabs of acrylic or thin washes of watercolor, my intention is to penetrate the numbing barriers society continually erects; to entice the viewer towards a voyage of self discovery.

Visit Emily's web site at: www.etimberlake.com

Image: © Emily Timberlake, "DesertScape"


Wijngaard:

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Juan Wijngaard

Award winning children's book illustrator is presenting a new body of work comprising of oil paintings of real and imagined subject matter.

Image: © Juan Wijngaard, "The Dark Room", 11" x 14", Oil on panel


Young: Jewelry

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Fred Yost

When focused on my work I am an experimentalist. I have no particularly favorite image themes or media but allow image and medium to evolve interactively. There is one theme that seems to evolve more often than others; it is a still life arrangement involving fruit intentionally placed in human scenes and situations. Sometimes the materials at hand suggest the image and at other times it is the reverse.

Visit Fred's website at www.fgyostfineart.com

Image: ©Fred Yost, Painting


Young: Jewelry

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Judith Young

Collaboratively produced jewelry constructed of silver and finely inlaid stones; one-of-a-kind quilts and folk art embroidery.

Image: © Judith Young, Jewelry


Artists Represented

Jeanine Allen
Patrice Carbaugh
Barbara Clark
Helen Cozza
Britt/Stephen Densford
Allan Edgar
Edgar-Young
Anne Engelhardt
Roger Evans
Elaine Fein

Margot Geist
Andy Goldschmidt
Dennis Lee Gomez
Elzbieta Kaleta
Edythe Lewis
Dana McDaniel
Molly Mendenhall
Mel Miller
Annie Onderdonk

Pietro A Palladini
Mariana Roumell-Gasteyer
Betsy Shaw
Dianna Shomaker
Diana Stetson
Hava Tiger-Callahan
Emily Timberlake
Tai Vautier
Juan Wijngaard
Judith Young


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LAST MODIFIED: June 20, 2012

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