Daniel Angeles, “Turning the Page”, narrative watercolors. This new exhibition is the artist’s story that he continues to share about his life, the challenges of the good, the not so good and the understanding of life as he knows it. “Turning the Page” incorporates new characters, a new narrative and new imagery. Angeles comments that "I want these stories to reflect the many times I have personally confronted life's transitions and the positive impact they have had on my life experiences as well as my art."
Krista Harris, “Unmapped Country”, mixed media paintings on canvas. The artist’s inspiration for the work is a comparison of human life to nature in its rawest form - the dichotomy, the constant push and pull between the two. Harris’ paintings are rich with color and movement. She comments that her work falls "somewhere between painting and drawing which is where my heart lies, and though I work on traditional surfaces of lined canvas or panel, my style incorporates different technique's and materials into the process."
New Mexico sculptor, Frank Morbillo’s “Negotiating Contours” combines a variety of materials and processes often used in unconventional ways. Morbillo’s metal and cast glass sculptures express the intensity of the forces that shape our natural environment. He, too, is extremely influenced by his environment - the colors, light and diversity that the desert offers is a constant force that he recognized and uses as his muse. Morbillo comments about this new work "In recent fabricated metal works I've used cast glass to create greater emphasis on the spaces between the sculptural elements.”