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Patina Gallery

Artists Ivan and Allison Barnett’s fresh curatorial aesthetic has guided Patina Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, since they created it in 1999. Today, Patina is an international destination for connoisseurs in quest of Soul Stirring functional objects and sculptural art including studio jewelry, fiber, clay and wood.
Patina exhibits more than 100 leading American and European artists. Works by many Patina artists reside in the permanent collections of significant American and International museums.



Santa Fe, NM

United States
Address:
131 W Palace Avenue Santa Fe, NM 87501
87501
Phone: 505.986.3432
Fax: 505.986.1879
Website: www.patina-gallery.com


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Artists Represented

A partial list of artists includes:
Lucia Antonelli
Atelier Zobel
Baharal and Gnida
Boris Bally
Ivan Barnett
Michael Bauermeister
Christian Burchard
Roberto Cardinale
Chavent
Na Mu Cho
Petra Class
Patrick Shia Crabb
David Ebner
David Ellsworth
Liam Flynn
Pat Flynn
Ford and Forlano
Clay Foster
Stephen Geotschius
Larry Halvorsen
John Iversen
Suzanne Kane
Merete Larsen
Bud Latven
Enric Majoral
Robin Martin-Cust
Laura Foster Nicholson
Harold O'Connor
Tod Pardon
George Peterson
Mike Philips
Todd Reed
Betty Scarpino
David Selditz
Gary Stevens
Polly Whitcomb












Current Exhibitions

August 15 - September 14, 2008
Adornment for the 21st Century: Enric Majoral

Spanish jewelry artist Enric Majoral exhibits his high carat gold and silver works with Patina this August during Santa Fe’s famed Indian Market. Majoral’s distinctly contemporary work with its burnished surfaces and reduced, geometric forms, dancing clusters of gold and silver disks, completely enchant. Also part of this exhibition are his Sand Jewels, one-of-a-kind rings, pendants and brooches, with crusty textures in gold and silver. Some are painted with acrylic and resemble something discovered beneath the waves in a centuries old shipwreck.

September 5 – October 5
Erosion, Corrosion and Clay
Sculpture of Polly Whitcomb

New Mexico artist Polly Whitcomb lives in a rural part of the state, a long distance from the art centers of Santa Fe and Taos. Her wall sculptures combine organic, stoneware clay forms with found materials, dredged from the arroyos near her home. Whitcomb’s wall pieces, rendered in a warm and pleasing palette, are deeply satisfying compositions, both beautiful and wry.


Forthcoming Exhibitions







August 15 – September 14
Enric Majoral
Spanish jewelry artist Enric Majoral exhibits his high carat gold and silver works with Patina this August during Santa Fe’s famed Indian Market. Majoral’s distinctly contemporary work with its burnished surfaces and reduced, geometric forms accented with chunks of coral is redolent of the Mediterranean.

September 5 – October 5
Polly Whitcomb
New Mexico artist Polly Whitcomb lives in a rural part of the state, a long distance from the art centers of Santa Fe and Taos. Her works combine organic clay forms suggesting pods and seeds, with found materials, dredged from the arroyos near her home. Whitcomb’s wall pieces, rendered in a warm and pleasing palette, are deeply satisfying constructions.

November 6 – 9
SOFA Chicago
Patina exhibits for a second time at SOFA Chicago. The gallery will once again recreate its signature ambiance and present its high standard of design with a selection of museum quality fine craft and design by artists from around the world.

December 5 – January 4, 2009
Todd Reed
Todd Reed is a self taught jewelry artist w... [ Read all ]


Previous Exhibitions

April 4 – May 4
Michael Bauermeister
Characterized by powerful forms and large scale, Bauermeister’s signature wood sculptures are often columnar, broad at the top and tapering to the base, and can range in height from two to more than eight feet. Other works include wall pieces and sculptural works exploring negative and positive space.

Bauermeister’s sculptures are found in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institution’s Renwick Gallery and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

May 2 – June 1
Patrick Shia Crabb
Patrick Shia Crabb has been working with clay for more than twenty-five years and draws upon designs from prehistoric Japanese, African and Native American vessels. His work is found in the collections of the Mint Museum of Craft + Design, International Ceramics Museum in Florence, Italy and the Yingee International Ceramics Museum, Taipei, Taiwan.

Best known of Crabb’s works are his shard vessel. He builds them from stoneware, low-fires and cuts them apart, then glazes and fires the sections. Crabb reconstructs the vessel using the variously colored shards.


June 6 – July 6
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Submission Policy

PATINA GALLERY REVIEW GUIDELINES



Dear Artist,

Thank you for your interest in Patina Gallery. Due to our daily schedule demands, we are unable to review your portfolio or actual work on an impromptu basis. So we ask that you follow the guidelines below for submitting your work.

PLEASE SEND OR DROP OFF THE FOLLOWING:


1.) Visuals – of what you create (slides, color photos, jpegs, Xeroxes, etc.)

2.) Resume – including a biography, artist statement, and any additional info. about you and your work. (Be sure to include your current phone # and e-mail.)

3.) Self-addressed stamped envelope – for return of your materials.

We discourage actual samples of your work unless previous arrangements have been made with the gallery director. We will review your materials within one month and get back to you either way.

Thank you in advance for following these guidelines, and again we appreciate your interest in our gallery.


Sincerely,




Ivan Barnett
Gallery Director





Press Releases

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Location And Getting There

Two blocks west of the plaza on Palace Avenue in downtown Santa Fe.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Ivan Barnett, Gallery Director
Walt Borton, Publicist
Kim Alderwick, Media Contact


Opening Times

10:00 - 5:00 M-TH
10:00 - 5:30 F-S
12:00 - 4:00 Sunday