Historic Santa Fe Foundation (HSFF) will host a public opening for the exhibition Feet Don’t Fail Me Now with paintings by Elizabeth Hahn. The exhibition will continue through May 28, 2021.
The public opening will be limited to 8 masked guests at a time in the sala exhibition space unless there are changes in the governor’s health order restrictions limiting access or numbers.
The regular hours for the exhibition space are currently Monday through Friday, 9am-12pm or by appointment.
This exhibit comprises 16 acrylic paintings that were created right before or during the Covid-19 Pandemic and tell the story of Hahn’s unlikely adventures and imagined travels of her fictional female subjects.
Andrea Fisher Pottery welcomes master Wyandot potter Richard Zane Smith Friday, August 20 through Sunday, August 22, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Richard’s works draw from his ancient Wyandotte heritage as well as Pueblo inspired designs that incorporate coils and layers within the clay. He will give demonstrations of his craft on Friday. For more information, visit the website, or call 505-986-1234.
Isohi is one of only a handful of Japanese women to earn recognition in the bamboo arts. Born in Otawara City, Tochigi Prefecture, Isohi studied the Sogetsu style of flower arrangement and the Sencha tea ceremony. Her desire to arrange flowers in her own baskets led her to a class in 1997 with local bamboo teacher Yagisawa Tadashi, son of well-known artist Yagisawa Keizo. Isohi advanced rapidly and her baskets won many awards at the All Japan Amateur Bamboo Art … Read More
Sorrel Sky Santa Fe welcomes Navajo weaving authority Jackson Clark for two Native Art & Weaving lectures, Friday, August 20, 4 p.m. and Sunday, August 22, 11:30 a.m. Owner of the Toh-Atin Gallery in Durango, Jackson is a founding member and former officer of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association and a past judge at Santa Fe Indian Market. He has worked for decades to promote authentic Native American arts and crafts. A large collection of Navajo rugs, vintage and … Read More