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Curated by 203 Fine Art - Exhibitions & Events at the TCA's Encore Gallery

 

TCA Open Gallery Hours: Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

2 - 4 pm

or by appointment

 

133 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, Taos, NM 87571

For more info call the TCA at 575.758.2052 or 203 Fine Art at 575.751.1262

Current Exhibition

PIERRE DELATTRE, The Dance of Life: New Works

Exhibition Dates: March 13 - May 30, 2022
Opening Reception:  March 13, 4 - 6 pm

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The Dance of Life: New Works by Pierre Delattre (b.1930), brings a colorful celebration of positive energy in contrast to the last two years of isolation. Delattre, a narrative painter in his work depicts poetic scenes of loving couples, delightful communities, peaceable animals, all living in harmony. Delattre describes his work as “Celebrations of the happiness we find in our daily lives among nature and the people of northern New Mexico."

 

We invite the public to attend the opening reception at the Taos Center for the Art's 'Encore Gallery' from 4 - 6 pm on Saturday, March 19, 2022.

 

Pierre Delattre, The Dance of Life Catalogue: Click Here

Upcoming Exhibitions & Events at the Encore Gallery:

DEUX VIES

John De Puy & Isabel Ferreira-De Puy

Opening Reception:  June 12th, 3 - 5 pm

Exhibition Dates: June 12 - August 30, 2022

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Isabel De Puy-Bears Ears-full image
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For 25 years, the two lives of John De Puy and Isabel Ferreira-De Puy have been intertwined in a creative, romantic relationship portrayed throughout this collection. While they share the desert Southwest as the inspiration behind their vivid colors and form, they continue to express their individual spirits, from mythical to mystical.

 

Despite the generational difference separating these two artists, the individual stories shared in their respective works create a larger conversation when paired together, as these oil works on canvas and paper depict juxtaposed views of a shared subject. With some rare, never-exhibited pieces by John and newer creations by Isabel, this collection reveals what it means to be a part of the desert.

Taos Art Association

Exhibition Dates: TBA 2022
Opening Reception:  September 17,  TBA

In the 1950s a group of Taos artists decided to form the Taos Art Association (TAA). They purchase the Manby estate and turned the mansion into art galleries and in the gardens an outdoor community theater. In 2000 Taos Art Association (TAA) became the Taos Center for the Arts (TCA). It is the oldest non-profit arts organization in the state of New Mexico.

Group photograph of the Taos Art Association out side the Stables Gallery, Taos NM. circa 1970s