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SOEY MILK

KIOKADA 기억하다
Exhibition on display through June 24th, 2017
UPCOMING & CURRENT EXHIBITION
Soey Milk, Nuri

SOEY MILK

KIOKADA 기억하다
Opening Friday, May 26th

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Jeremy Mann, The Lilin Paramour

LOUISA MCELWAIN

Oil of Joy
Opening Friday, August 18th

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Lee Price, Hummingbird

LEE PRICE

Disillusion
Opening Friday, September 29th

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Watercourse Way Bath House brings the
Santa Fe art scene to the spa

For more than 35 years, Watercourse Way Bath House Spa has provided its clients a serene, private experience like no other. Now Watercourse Way in collaboration with EVOKE Contemporary brings a visual treat to your spa experience. Beginning on April 4th, with Lynn Boggess paintings, through July 3rd, Watercourse Way will transform into an exhibition space showcasing the renowned artists of EVOKE Contemporary. Artwork by a diverse selection of internationally recognized contemporary artists will be on display in the award-winning spa during business hours. The exhibitions will change quarterly and the paintings will be available to purchase by contacting EVOKE Contemporary anytime during the show.
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Soey Milk & John Mayer’s Creative Collaboration

“He’s a creative individual with the biggest heart,” says Soey Milk of accomplished singer-songwriter and talented guitarist John Mayer. “He supports artists 120%.” After a conversation initiated by Mayer over Instagram, Milk was granted complete creative freedom in designing the cover art for his new album, “The Search for Everything.” Mayer gradually released the album beginning with four song collections that were dropped in January and February, which he called Wave 1 and Wave 2. The remaining songs were released on April 14th and the album is now available in its entirety (14 total tracks) on iTunes and Spotify.

Milk, whose subjects are typically female, produced an enchanting drawing of Mayer for Wave 1 with wistful flowers and intricate mandalas blooming in the space behind him. A single, decorated string with small tassels is draped over the singer’s head and around his shoulder, possibly representing a chord or thought weaving through his mind. His face is meticulously rendered as a strikingly realistic image, while the designs surrounding him are drawn as delicate silhouettes. Blooming flowers and draped strings are common symbols in Milk’s graphite drawings and oil paintings, which simultaneously represent the delicacy and ferocity of the feminine. Read more
Writing by Kelly Skeen
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At our new online Store we offer a diverse selection of art books, publications and original artworks.  We will offer season specials and offers available only through the store, so keep an eye on the updates each month
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FEATURED HIGHLIGHTS


new work by Alice Leora Briggs


There Is Something Wrong With My Mind
sgraffito with acrylic ink on panel, 8 x 10


Alice Leora Briggs’ work includes sgraffito drawings (a technique that originated in 13th century Germany), large installations, and fine art books. She received an MFA in 1981 from the University of Iowa. Reproductions of nearly 200 of Briggs’ drawings were published in a non-fiction book titled Dreamland: The Way Out of Juarez. This “illuminated manuscript/police blotter” centers on human collisions along the Mexico-United States border (University of Texas Press, 2010). Previously Briggs produced two limited edition books, The Essence of Beeing published by Sherwin Beach Press (1992), and Dear Mr. Kappus: The Eighth Letter (1982).

Briggs is the recipient of numerous awards and grants including: Fulbright Scholar, Slovak Republic (2011); Artist Residency at Anderson Ranch and Art Center, and more.

Her work has been the subject of articles and reviews in publications including, The Albuquerque Journal, The Arizona Daily Star, The Arizona Republic, The Chicago-Sun Times, The El Paso Times, Pasatiempo, Tucson Weekly, The Salt Lake Tribune, Santa Fean Magazine, Santa Fe Trend Magazine, Shade Magazine, Sculpture Magazine and THE Magazine.

Alice Leora Briggs’ work is in the permanent collections of public institutions including the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, El Paso Museum of Art; Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation, Albuquerque, NM; University of Iowa Museum of Art; Nora Eccles Harrison Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson Museum of Art, Wichita Falls Museum of Art and numerous private collections.
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