July 15, 2017

July 15th  2017!        We are galloping through the summer!   Because of the on going process (2 1/2 years now)   of down sizing and moving out of our family home and my large beautiful studio as well as still taking care of the landscape/garden (thank God the rains have begun! so I get a break),  the summer is almost half gone before I  planned openings for the rest.    10 days ago Laila Ionesco brought in 5 dramatic new pieces running the gammut from humorously political to deeply, emotionally moving, as well as aescethically exciting, for her Show Opening August 19th.
         At the end of the same week I drove to ABQ (Corrales) to Carol Hoy's  Studio, bringing back 8 wonderful pieces that will serve as an introduction to her show in  September.   In the meantime the Gallery will celebrate all the gallery artists with    a  Gallery garden Party on July 29th from 3:30 to 6:00.   [More images for Ionesco later and a new Post for Hoy.]  

May 30, 2017

Getting ready for the Summer


May 30th   - the 3rd May Birth date in our extended family, this one belonging to Mia, our oldest granddaughter who is 11 today.  Her aunt and our second daughter Heather's Birthday was  May 28th. And Benjamin (Heather's son)   was 6 on May 4!

March 16, 2017

A SEA Gallery will host a show of new work by Teri Caputo, Friday  May 5, 5 - 7 pm  836 A Canyon Rd.      The following watercolor images will be included:    



January 24, 2017

Rosenplasma - Sale Pending


December 6:  Carol Hoy's encaustic Painting, "Fellow Travelers"  :
October  at a SEA gallery:   a new painting by Carol Hoy:   "Fellow Travelers"   Very dense, yet poetic simplicity in it's lucious color and texture.




June 25th - Last weeks book signing for Bruce Lowney's

January 13, 2017

Friday the 13th.  Just met my new "Webmaster"    for the gallery and  Monika Steinhoff.com which needs a lot of work.  I know we will work well together.

January 11, 2017

Jan. 11,  2017  We are currently doing computer upgrades so our next post will be in a few days.    Owner, A SEA Gallery

October 23, 2016

The summer Season in Santa Fe is over, the Fall is beautiful (more sun and warmth than is usual for this area...just moved some pepper and tomato plants back outside, on this late October day! Never happened before.

We've been back from Europe for just over 3 weeks. We spent a week as usual in Berlin, still discovering new areas.   I also took the train to Usedom where I will have a show of my (especially anti-war)  paintings in the Summer of '17, staying overnight in Zinnowitz, a resort we had lived in for some months after the bombing of Peenemuende.  Unfortunately for me and the seagulls,  all of the beaches in that section of the island had high wireless, and the seagulls were nowhere to be seen.   I swam twice anyway in the Baltic on that short trip.   In Basil I looked for the gallery I has originally found Friedrich Geier's work in (Brigitta Leupin); it had moved across town to the Muensterplatz.  She was happy to see me, and suggested we might do a collaboration.
   Stone Heng and Avebury were memorable Highlights;  unlike most viewers we do not own a 'smartphone'  and   enjoyed the  experience by just being as totally present as possible.   We hope to return there again.  My husband, Dan kept pointing out that no billboards marred the English country side.   Santa Fe's City Council however, wants to place interactive electronic billboards all over Santa Fe.  I hope the public comes in numbers to the Nov. 9th meeting to show their displeasure at this further Disneyland-izing   of our historical, art and culture fostering city.             

We had a wonderful celebration of my 75th Birthday (10/19)  last night     with several artist friends like Eli Levin, Jerry West, Sandra Place and Siegfried Halus  among them.   The raffle to which I donated 8 works was fun and humorous.

THE next event for A SEA Gallery will be my show of NEW work, including Berkeley and Das Niebelungenlied, as well as Diamond Sky (from/with Bob Dylan)   The Sky in Eden.  November 12, 3 -6 pm