Native-American Inspired Works

Santa Fe is known as a center for art that showcases the multi-cultural character of the city.  With a dozen museums – four dedicated to Native American and Hispanic art and culture – I have come to appreciate and respect the culture and tradition of Santa Fe’s Native American and Hispanic people.  These recent works were inspired by those traditions. 


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Honeysuckle Clouds, Acrylic on canvas,

40 x 30, 2018 

Three of my works were selected to be featured in the 2020 New Mexico Magazine calendar as shown here.

Mission at Sunset, acrylic on canvas,

12 x 12

Firecracker Cactus

Acrylic on canvas, 

10 x 10, 2018 SOLD

Flower Moon 雪国

Collage, watercolor,

20 x 16, matted. See more Japanese-inspired works on my Asian Abstractions page.

Nambe Fruit Bowl on Table, oil on canvas,

24 x 18. See more on Pure Abstractions page.

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