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Axle in front of Peters Projects v2

I am very pleased to be showing in Axle Indoors, the fifth anniversary exhibit of Axle Contemporary, which will open on Friday, February 13, at Peters Projects in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The reception is from 5 to 7 p.m., and the show will run through March 21. Axle Indoors will show work by 150 of the 250 artists who have shown at Axle since the mobile gallery started roaming the streets of Santa Fe five years ago.

Blue Gate (6 panels of 16 total, each panel: 14x11 in.)

The image above shows part of the 9-panel grid I am exhibiting in Axle Indoors. The panels are part of my Blue Gate series of 16 oil paintings on panel, with each panel measuring 14″ x 11.” The only other time Blue Gate has been shown in Santa Fe was at the late lamented Salon Mar Graff in 2009. So this is a rare chance to see some of the work that preceded my current series, Earth Measure Blues.

I showed at Axle Contemporary in September 2013 with the other members of the Lady Minimalists Tea Society. Our exhibit was titled Magnetic Drift (see earlier blog entry).

I hope you can make it to Peters Projects for this show: it should be an amazing gathering of some of the most interesting artists in northern New Mexico.