We are a collective of artists located in the Jemez mountains of northern New Mexico. Welcome to our gallery!
Walk the sidewalk south from the Village Square approximately three tenths of a mile (a five minute walk) to the Jemez Fine Art Gallery and see what a group of inspired local Jemez artists have created.
The gallery is free and open to the public. See oil paintings, sculpture, photography and more. All works displayed are for sale. Something for everyone, from classic to eclectic. Fine art prints, cards and postcards are also available. The gallery accepts Visa, Mastercard and Discover, as well as verified checks and debit transactions.
Jemez Springs Fine Art is an easy drive from Albuquerque or Santa Fe making it a perfect weekend get-away destination. Lots of local color, outdoor activities and things to do from mineral hot springs to amazing New Mexico vistas. For detailed visitor information please see the official website for Jemez Springs at www.jemezsprings.org
Thank you for your interest. We look forward to seeing you at the gallery!
JFA IN THE STUDIO & THE SPOTLIGHT:
Janice Trimpe and Linsay Locke currently are showing a sculpture and two paintings, respectively, in the "Pulse" Exhibition at the Fuller Lodge Art Center in Los Alamos, NM, through July 30. For more information see http://www.fullerlodgeartcenter.com/
Michael Andryc is showing three acrylic paintings in "!ENCANTADA!," an annual juried painting exhibition sponsored by the Rio Grande Arts Association. The show will take place through July 27, 2016, at the Fine Arts Building at EXPO NM. The general public is invited to attend. Free Admission. For more information, see http://rgaanm.org/ or michaelandryc.com
Susan Vigi-Vigil is teaching a summer art class at Hummingbird Art Camp. A member of the Plein Aire Painters of NM, she is also taking a class, "Clouds and Sky," through the NM Art League, with Tom Blazier and is experimenting with new sky techniques. For more information, see https://newmexicoartleague.wildapricot.org/
Congratulations to Mark M. Feldman (right) who sold four of his stone sculptures at the 2016 New Mexico Arts and Crafts Festival last month at EXPO NM. If Stones Could Speak, three types of alabaster with moveable components on a granite base (right), is currently on display and for sale at the Jemez Fine Art Gallery. For more information, see www.markmfeldman.com
Carol Vredenburgh will be the Artist-in-Residence at Bandelier National Monument for the month of September 2016, determined in a highly-competitive jury process. For information see https://www.facebook.com/BandelierNPS/
Sylvia Warner, fiber artist, is "going to the ceiling" in her studio this summer, creating wind tapestry works that twirl in the air with an unexpected twist. Departure from Crystal Lake (left) is a "Tapestry Chime" with felt cutout applique of snow geese on one side. She and wildlife photographer, David Torney, will present "Biome" August 12 - 18, 2016, at JFA. For more informations, see http://www.jemezfineart.com/administrator/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&layout=edit&id=187
Congratulations to Jaymes Dudding, new coordinator of the Jemez Fine Art Gallery. Jaymes will show a ceramic sculpture entitled "Vision Makers" in a regional juried exhibition of "Fine Craft" in Tulsa, OK, in October 2016. For more information, see http://www.jaymesdudding.com/
In other JFA Gallery news, three members have designed and built a functional and attractive banco/sculpture stand in the patio area. Now, art patrons and artwork will have good, solid places to rest and enjoy the scenery in and out of the gallery. Thanks to Mark M. Feldman, Jim Caffrey, and Troy Meek for their creative additions! Simultaneously, David Torney has provided and installed shiny new window screens to better illuminate the artwork!
Janice Trimpe and her husband, Roger Wayne, have also given the gallery some TLC lately. They have constructed a new street sign to entice art lovers off their motorcycles and out of their RVs and into the gallery from busy Highway 4. Roger also has built an informative PowerPoint presentation to provide art aficionados and collectors an in-depth look at each of the 17 member/artist's work. Autobiographical and background information is also available in a convenient binder.