Carlo Martinez | True West Gallery |

Carlo Martinez | True West Gallery

July 2 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm


True West Gallery

130 Lincoln Ave Suite E
Santa Fe, NM 87501 United States
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Phone: 505-982-0055

True West Gallery invites you to an opening reception for Santa Fe artist Carlo Martinez, Friday, July 2, 5-8 p.m. Carlo considers himself a practitioner of the alchemy of color, and is entranced by the creation process of manifesting ideas and thoughts into tangible art. He has a consistent regard for humanity, personal rights and expression, vision and an unwavering belief in the human imagination. Called the quintessential Santa Fe artist by N. Scott Momaday, Carlo’s work is “steeped in the tradition of the Land of Enchantment. He is an imaginative and risk taking painter. He turns beautiful stones into sculptures that will take your breath away.” For more information, call 505-982-0055 visit the website.

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