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I am having a solo show of recent paintings from my Earth Measure Blues series at David Richard Contemporary in Santa Fe this spring. The exhibit will run from May 4 to June 9, 2012, with the opening on Friday, May 4, from 5 to 7 p.m. The gallery is located at 130 Lincoln Ave., suite D, in downtown Santa Fe (north of the Plaza).

David Richard Contemporary is a wonderful gallery specializing in Post-War American abstract art, including both historic and contemporary geometric, hard edged, Op, Pop, color field, minimal and gestural abstraction. The other artists to be featured at the gallery from May 4–June 9 are Wall Batterton and Michael Wright.

The gallery also has some big news: On May 15, they are opening a second gallery, called David Richard Gallery, in the Santa Fe Railyard Arts District near SITE Santa Fe. There will be a reception for the inaugural exhibitions–a show of Robert Swain’s work and a group show titled “Seeing Red”–on May 25. The address is 544 South Guadalupe St. (formerly occupied by Gebert Contemporary).




Earth Measure Blues series (2010-12), oil on linen, either 36×24 in. or 45×30 in. For more about these paintings: Artist Statements.