First Friday Citywide Artscrawl Event:
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Carla Forrest-Oil Painting
Peggy Trigg-Oil Painting
February 5, 2021-March 26, 2021
Regular Hours: 11;00-3:00 PM - Tuesday-Saturday
Monday: By Appointment
Opening: 11:00-6:00 PM
For your private or small group showing contact: Valerie Tibbetts at (505) 450-6516 or (505) 883-7410
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Forrest's statement, "I approach art as an observer of the soul, enlightening the viewer about the presence, wonder, and dignity of nature and life. I want the viewer to value place and person in a space of spirit and heart and bring this illumination into their personal environments. While painting, i think about scale and how insignificant and unimportant we are in relation to the natural elements like sky, mountains, rivers, foliage, and fauna. I think about light-warmth and cool-and the play of highlight and shadow, and how nurturing our sun is in the cycle of life. This direct observation of nature and presence inspires my spectral luminescent works. My plein air and object abstract pieces are created through a complex layering painting process starting with brushes and then layering tiles of color and striations using pallet knives and other mark-making tools and materials. My palette and three-dimensional form come from what I see in U.S.A's Southwestern landscape-full spectrum colors and stellar shapes, not just greens, blues, and square angles. I just love New Mexico! It is a painter's paradise.
Peggy Trigg's states, My primary focus when painting is the energy of the land, not the actual depiction of what I see. I try to reflect my feelings for the landscape through the colors I use and loose, strong brush strokes, laying color over color to create depth and texture. I most often work using a spatula to apply my thick paint. I primarily use oils and work on both archival birch panels and canvas. I love the land around me because I was raised in the county by Santa Fe, and working on my family's cattle ranch. I taught art in high school and focusing on composition and exploring art techniques.
The Weyrich Gallery is a creative environment featuring exquisite jewelry, diverse works from dreams, folklore, myth and the earth.
View some of our etchings, woodblock, hand-colored photography, monotypes, limited-edition prints, or handmade fine art books.
CHADO NEW MEXICO promotes an active understanding and appreciation of the Way of Tea in the Urasenke Tradition throughout New Mexico, and works to increase good will and cultural exchange between the United States and Japan.
H: Monday: By Appointment
Tuesday - Friday: 10:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Saturday: 11 AM to 5:30 PM
Weyrich Gallery, owned by Valerie and Gary Tibbetts, is a special place. Intuition is the determining factor in the harmony the Tibbetts have orchestrated in their small space whose inspiration is on a grand scale. The thoughtful visitor will soon realize the high level of craftsmanship reflected in the work on display and also the sense that gallery artists seem to have an affinity with each other.
The Weyrich Gallery is full of educational and artistic products and services that bring harmony into ones hectic life. We offer a creative environment featuring exquisite jewelry, paintings, acrylic, pastels, and prints. Also mixed media, glass, metal, wood, clay, fiber, wood block prints, hand colored photography, monotypes, and limited edition prints.