Winter on Canvas

Anyone who has spent Christmas in the Land of Enchantment knows how beautiful winter in New Mexico truly is. Farolitos line our streets and buildings, offering a warm glow to the midnight blue of our night skies, while the snow makes itself at home on mountaintops and adobe walls. There are other perspectives from which to view the season, however, and this year we encourage you to do so. Experience winter in the Land of Enchantment through the eyes of artists who translate to canvas those magical elements that only they see. This year, support your local artists and galleries—give the gift of art.

Cynthia Rowland, “Sur la Pointe,” 20 x 16 in., oil on canvas, $2,250
New Mexico Art League

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Clarence Medina, “Pilar,” 20 x 20 in., oil on board, $2,400
Wilder Nightingale Fine Art

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Tom Noble, “El Prado Morning,” 12 x 12 in., watercolor, $1,450
Ventana Fine Art

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Chris Morel, “La Junta Bend,” 16 x 20 in., oil on canvas, $3,800
Nedra Matteucci Galleries

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Lee McVey, “Snow Shadows,” 12 x 16 in., pastel, $925
Anita Blythe Fine Art

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Denise Weaver Ross, “Nine Stars of a Swan Song,” 40 x 26 in., mixed media on paper, $1,200 (unframed), $1,500 (framed)
The Old School House Gallery

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Amy Ditto, “Solace,” 20x 30 in., canvas, $425
The Albuquerque Photographers’ Gallery

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David Vega Chavez, “Cerca de Las Cruces, N.M.,” watercolor on Aquabord, $650
New Mexico Art League

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story by Lily Carbone


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