Peyton Wright Gallery
237 East Palace Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone: (505) 989-9888
Fax: (505) 989-9889
Hours: Mon–Sat 9:30AM–5PM
Extensive holdings of important American Modernist works, including the estates of Clinton Adams, Raymond Jonson, William Lumpkins and Herbert Bayer. Spanish Colonial paintings, silver, and furnishings, Historic New Mexican retablos, santos, cristos and weavings and Ancient American ceramics regularly on display.
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Postwar American Abstraction: Downing, Loving, and Pollock
May 3rd through June 25th
Mokha Laget: Color Walk
Opening Reception Friday July 5th from 5:00-8:00pm
Born in Algeria, Mokha Laget spent her early life in North Africa, France, and the United States. Of the kind of cultural integration acquired by those who spend time abroad, Laget has said "as I travel from country to country, I am gathering color, texture and design ideas. What eventually evolves into a piece of art has been influenced by this collage of life."
July 5th through July 31st
Charles Green Shaw: Idioms
Opening Reception Friday August 2nd from 5:00-8:00pm
Idioms is Peyton Wright Gallery's first exhibition of his work, and primarily consists of paintings from the 1950s and 1960s. The style Shaw developed by the early 1930s was a hard-edged, crisply defined interpretation of Cubism, which depicted the geometry of urban architecture; by the early 1950s, he broke away from the hard edges and smooth surfaces that characterized his earlier work, and began exploring effects of surface texture and broader brushstrokes in his compositions.
August 2nd through September 3rd
Charles Hinman: The Shape of Things
Opening Reception Friday October 4th from 5:00-8:00pm
Over the course of an artistic career now entering its fifth decade, Charles Hinman has maintained a steadfast interest in exploring three-dimensionality; his shaped canvases examine the elusive space of painting juxtaposed against the real space of sculpture.
October 4th through November 13th
21st Annual Art of Devotion
Opening Reception Friday December 6th from 5:00-8:00pm
The exhibition will also showcase historic New Mexican santos, bultos, cristos, and retablos from 18th and early 19th century classic period santeros, making this show one of the finest and most comprehensive exhibitions of devotional iconographic art in the United States.
December 6th through February 28th