We are psyched to hit the road to Marfa, TX to bring all the usual Santa Fe Collective suspects to a pop up on Saturday, October 8th at the uber hip and delightful El Cosmico during The Chinati Open House weekend. If you are going down there for the big event, follow us to El Cosmico--we'll be right next to the bar!
Everything has a season, and we are hosting our largest group exhibition yet to mark the closing of our Hickox Street space. It has been a truly FABULOUS run and to celebrate that, we have invited every artist who has shown with us to participate. This is our way of saying THANK YOU to all of our artists and supporters for making this space and experience truly special.
Matthew Chase-Daniel, Sydney Cooper, Michael Namingha, Dezbah Stumpff, Molly Wagoner, Bunny Tobias, Charles Greeley, Thais Mather, SCUBA, Rita Bard, Shaun Gilmore, Lori Swartz, Edie Tsong, Todd Ryan White, Isolde Kille, Ilona Pachler, Leda Salazar, Cruz Salazar, R.J. Ward, Yon Hudson, Terri Rolland, M. Lisa Phipps, Marion Wasserman, Bonnie Joseph, Lucrecia Tronsoco, Jennifer Joseph, Chris Collins and others!
Regalia is a group trunk show featuring the fantastic work of women jewelry designers chosen for their love of all things sparkle, their excellent craftsmanship and their bold design sensibility. We are delighted to welcome DB/CB Jewelry, Lori Swartz, Bonnie Joseph, Bunny Tobias, Dezbah Stumpf, and Jennifer Joseph.
June 25-26th, 12-6pm
image: Dezbah Stumpff
Genii Loci. Go ahead, look it up. I did. Victoria Carlson's strange and excellent watercolors are about the impact of a person's vital signature on a particular time and place, and how that signature adds its own flavor to the morphic resonance of a place. Read her fascinating statement here.
Opening reception, Saturday, June 18, 6-8pm
We are hosting an ART YARD SALE! We are cleaning out the flat files and dusting off the work that has been sitting around the studio for a zillion years. Artists include: Tom Appelquist, Jon Carver, Chris Collins, Sydney Cooper, Micaela Gardner, Tim Jag, Jennifer Joseph, Nicole Lewin, Mayumi Nishida, Ilona Pachler, Molly Wagoner and others. Build your collection! There will be deals! And hot dogs!
Terri Rolland makes small paintings and collages out of clay and acrylic paint. They have a playful and subtle quality to them, and there is a meditative rigor in the way she lets the medium guide her process.
“I work with elemental and honed images: drawn outlines of squares and blocks sink into the clay and call for more layers until the right final drawing is accepted. The repeated images become a group, or cluster, as the panels are assembled and the painting comes together. These are groups of basic elements and quantities, humble monuments to continuity, standing together resolutely. They have a right to be there, things are fair. What I am looking for is not refinement, but a felt sense of rawness and informality - and sometimes mischief. I want to represent things barely visible or valued, but completely present and essential.” Terri's exhibition will run through June 8.
OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY MAY 14, 6-8PM
Santa Fe Collective
1114 Hickox Street, Suite G
image: Terri Rolland, Seven Intentions
Micaela Gardner is a dancer and a painter. Her works for Small Used Paintings are an unassuming series of oils on found frames. At once playful and mysterious, these small abstract pieces vibrate curiously with reclaimed and altered memory, while enjoying the plain business of paint texture on glass.
Pop up exhibition:
April 15-27, 2016
Opening reception Friday April 15, 7:30-9:30pm
We have purposely scheduled the opening for later that evening so that those who want to attend Dave Hickey's talk at SITE can do both!
Santa Fe Collective
1114 Hickox Street, Suite G
We are really excited to present the works of artists who are somewhat under the radar, and who are making fresh and interesting work.
images: Micaela Gardner
PS: The Cruz Salazar exhibition has been extended through Wednesday April 6, so you can still catch it if you missed it this past weekend!
Spring is mud season. In celebration of this particular fact, we have invited some of Santa Fe's best mud slingers to participate in Ceramicon, a group exhibition of artists working in clay.
Featured artists are: Janet Abrams, Nicola Heindl, Christy Hengst, Yuki Murata, Chris Olson, Robert Roach, Scuba, Lucrecia Troncoso, Edie Tsong, Marion Wasserman, and Janet Williams.
Ceramicon opens Saturday March 12th! At the opening, expect some choice words from Jill Battson, an internationally published poet and poetry activist who will be reading throughout the evening.
Opening Saturday March 12, 6-8pm
1114 Hickox Street, Suite G
Look forward to seeing you all--in dirt and art we trust!
Santa Fe Collective is pleased to present Love Notes to the Future, an interactive art piece wherein participants are invited to pen love notes to the future as an act of creation and a vehicle for intention to seed the most beautiful and loving outcomes. All of the love notes will be uploaded in real time on our social media channels as a way of flowing these wishes out into the ethers to gather energy for their eventual manifestation.
We are kicking off the season of gifting with a holiday open house on the weekend after Thanksgiving. We will be featuring nicely priced items for all of those on your list who would like unique, fun and creative gifts. We are a small local business, and every dollar you spend with us directly supports artists and Santa Fe's creative economy!
We are excited to participate in Recycle Santa Fe, one of the best recycled art shows out there. Since several of our artists work with recycled materials, we figured it's a great opportunity to get our work in front of some new folks! Check us out at The Santa Fe Community Convention Center. We will be featuring fun stuff by Chris Collins, Yon Hudson, Ann Jag, Bonnie Joseph, Jennifer Joseph, Rick Phelps, Tuscany Wenger, and others. Trash to treasure!
Santa Fe Collective is pleased to present the fun and engaging work of Tom Appelquist. Trained as an architect, Tom makes paintings and collages in the abstract expressionist tradition that are dynamic, rhythmic and colorful.
Here's what he has to say on the subject: "These recent collages are made from what were non-figurative oil paintings on canvas cut into strips and glued to gator board. Somehow the pieces together take on a new life looking like woods or water or some fantasy place."
Please join us for the opening on Saturday, November 7, 6-8pm.
The fabulous and multi-talented Edie Tsong is exhibiting new work from the myriad of disciplines she pursues. This show includes works on paper, fabric, photographs, and ceramics. Edie considers this work as: "Meanderings though process and hand as ways to explore intimacy with self, other, and environment."
WHAT: Edie Tsong/Unrelated Moments
WHEN: Friday August 28, 6-8pm
WHERE: Santa Fe Collective, 1114 Hickox Street, Suite G
Edie will be rounding out the exhibition with a poetry reading at SFC on Wednesday, September 9, 6-7 pm
AND this is super cool: Edie is also offering astrological readings on three Fridays in September. She will be available for natal chart readings on September 4th, 11th and 18th at 3pm. There is one slot available for each day. Please reserve with your birth date, time and location one week prior. The cost is sliding scale $60-100, and the reading lasts about an hour.
Please join us for an opening of Marion Wasserman's new works!
CROSSPOLLINATION is a seminal exchange from one to another. This is a cross-medium, cross-platform, cross-function, cross-section of work. Pollination creates a generational legacy - I am interested in how this relates to form and function."
Please join us for a trunk show of the jewelry of Lori Swartz. Rendered in sterling silver, 22k gold and precious stones, Lori's work has elegant and organic lines, is feminine without being fussy. Her jewelry is alternately delicate and powerful and each piece is unique!
Please join us on June 13th for what promises to be a smoking white hot evening at Santa Fe Collective as we present the fun and evocative social critiques of Michael Namingha and Hannah Hughes.
Newsfeed, Michael's new body of work for SFC, refers to a phrase or topic that sticks with him after his morning routine of reading or listening to the news. The recontextualization of the language highlights the absurdity of the media and its conceits. On view from May 26 through June 20.
For her performance, Beata and Maledetta, Hannah Hughes poses the question, "What happens when trickster twins go shopping?" This interactive piece will engage objects and viewers alike, so expect chaos and order to reshuffled in unexpected ways as normally repressed subversive impulses are allowed to surface. Fun, right? Beata and Maledetta will be performed for one night only!
Santa Fe Collective invites you to a sale of hand made and printed cards by some of our fabulous Santa Fe artists. Featured are Monsterfactory Santa Fe, Edie Tsong, Molly Wagoner, Thais Mather, Julia Fullerton and Jennifer Joseph. Fun, super affordable and collectible!
Saturday 4/11 and Sunday 4/12, noon to 6pm.
At our new location, 1114 Hickox Street in Beautiful Santa Fe!