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APRIL 29
 
NMSG quartely meeting at Don Tubesing
 
JANUARY 26

Sculptor's happenstance: Morbillo breaks the mold!

More on this at http://www.alfred.edu/

OCTOBER 6,
Frank Morbillo. "Forces At Play"Gallery - Deloney Newkirk Santa Fe. Opening reception- Friday October 6th 5:00 - 7:00 PM
Morbillo
"Breaking Point". Bronze, 6'6" X 24" X 24"
PR
AUGUST 23
Mark Yale Harris Honored with Exhibitions Nationwide
Harris
Recoil, bronze, 46"x33"x42", 2003

Santa Fe, NM (Grassroots Newswire) August 23, 2006 - Sculptor Mark Yale Harris Honored with Exhibitions Nationwide Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, Thornwood Gallery, Houston, Texas, and The Weatherburn Gallery, Naples, Florida.

Mark Yale Harris concludes a successful 2006, with three major autumn/winter exhibitions across the nation. The Faculty Club at Ohio State University, Thornwood Gallery, and The Weatherburn Gallery are prominently featuring his work in their coming exhibitions for 2006. His solo exhibition titled, Mark Yale Harris: Reinventing the Now shows from October 25 - December 15, 2006 and will be held at the Faculty Club at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio with opening reception on November 17, 2006 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM. Thornwood Gallery in Houston, Texas presents a two-man exhibition featuring Harris, September 9 - September 27, 2006, with reception on September 9, from 6 PM to 8PM. The Weatherburn Gallery in Naples, Florida hosts a group exhibition featuring Harris' sculpture, beginning December 13, 2006 with a reception 6 PM to 9PM, concluding December 27, 2006....

More information at www.enewsrelease.com/pressroom, Release ID: 82343. Contact: Samantha Furgason, Director/Owner Artwork International Phone: (505) 982-7447 E-Mail:artwork@artworkinternational.com

JULY 8
NMSG quarterky meeting & glass demonstration at Richard Mole's studio
mole
 
mole
audience
 
glass
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MAY 27 - JUNE 24
NMSG member Laura Wilson retrospective at the College of Santa Fe. May 27 - June 24. Opening reception: May 27, 3-5 PM
wilson
AUGUST 1 -  31
NMSG members Destiny Allison and Mark Harris exhibit at the CrossRoads Contemporary Gallery, 203 Canyon Road. Santa Fe. Opening reception Friday August 5, 5:00-7:00 PM.
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MAY 19 -22.  SANTA FE

NATIONAL SCULPTURE SOCIETY

2005 Sculpture Celebration week end in Santa Fe.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 2:30-4:00 PM. ALBUQUERQUE
Randy Cooper "Shadow sculptures"
Open Table discussion & Workshop
 
Photo Courtesy D.Czor
 
Randy has developed all of his shadow sculpture techniques on his own. Randy works as a full-time sculptor and lives in New Mexico with his wife, Susan, a writer and an artist who works primarily in pastels, oils, and acrylics. After working successfully in clays, artificial stone, and bronzes, Randy began crafting intriguing and magical sculptures in wire mesh. These are forms created in wire screen that cast lovely shadows on the wall. When lit with a light source, the shadows sometimes have more details than the sculpture itself. Randy’s ability to see the subtleties in the human form makes his work stand out. These shadow sculptures have been sweeping the United States and the world for the past few years. Randy Cooper is a force among America’s contemporary artists. His Shadow Sculptures already highlight many private collections throughout the world.
More info on Randy Cooper at http://www.randycooperart.com/
 
Free of charge for NMSG members & friends. . Contact NMSG for reservation & direction.
 
Thursday, December 2 4:00 PM, Santa Fe Playhouse
Saturday, December 4 9:45 AM, Santa Fe Playhouse
M.C. Richards' documentary at the 2004 Santa Fe Film festival
"M.C. Richards: "The Fire Within" is an adventure into discovering the source of our creativity told through the life of inspiring artist, author, poet and teacher, Mary Caroline Richards (1916-1999). Known for her underground classic Centering: In Pottery, Poetry and the Person, and Toward Wholeness: Rudolf Steiner Education in America, M.C. was a pivotal figure at the experimental Black Mountain College serving as head of faculty 1949-51 with those who later became avant garde luminaries in the New York art scene -- Robert Turner, Robert Rauschenberg , Willem and Elaine deKooning, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Snelson, Ben Shahn, David Tudor, Buckminster Fuller, Arthur Penn, Karen Karnes, Merce Cunningham and John Cage, among others.
 
Wednesday, November 17, 2004, 7-00PM-9:00 PM,  Santa Fe
James Surls. Lecture & booksigning
Santa Fe Museum of Fine Arts, St Francis Auditorium
 
  
Photo Courtesy D.Czor
 
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