The gallery has these variations of the small bronze masks available.
Please call the office number (505-455-3037) for more information!
Roxanne featured in New Mexic Magazine by Rose B. Simpson
Read more about it by clicking on the image above!
Roxanne (center bottom) featured on "She Oak: Woman As Seeds Of Change" by Vanessa Sorensen
Read more about it by clicking on the image above!
You are invited to the 3rd annual Poeh Summer Market. Spend the day talking to artists and shopping for jewelry,
pottery, textiles,sculptures, paintings, paintings and other creations by Native artists. Come eat at one of the local
Native food vendors with fresh flavors and traditional recipes. Watch and hear Native dances and songs.
Over 100 Native artists! Open 8am-4pm. Free Admission and Open to the Public.
Located in the heart of Tewa Pueblo country.
The gallery is closed until the show opening at 5 PM.
Roxanne featured in "Turning Towards The Taproot" by Emily Withnall
Tower Gallery is open 8-19-17, 8-20-17 from 10 to 5pm
Roxanne will be at the gallery 8-20-17 from 10 to 5.
"Wide Open", Clay Original, $14,000
Pueblo Food Experience Meal
Come experience traditional foods from Roxanne cookbook at Tower Gallery June 25th.
For information on cost call Raymond Naranjo at 505-927-4195
GUEST ARTIST Cheryl Evans at TOWER GALLERY June through October 2017
A splash of cerulean blue on a pristine white surface, a sensitive and inquisitive line, and a tangle of rich pattern dance across the paper - artist Cheryl Evans uses color and line to define her world visually. Her series of New Mexico landscapesis inspired by a lifetime love of the high desert. Evans' first trip to the state was made as a young child and she has returned year after year to paint in Northern New Mexico. Whether standing amidst the sage brush, exploring a field of boulders with pictographs and petroglyphs strewn across a field, or working in her Texas studio, she infuses her work with the vibrant colors and textures of the New Mexican sun drenched landscape. Her paintings are personal expressions of the experiences and time spent hiking and exploring in Northern New Mexico. Her vibrant colors and brushwork give the viewer an intimate peek into her passion for the New Mexico landscape as she strives to interpret each scene as opposed to duplicating a specific vantage point. Many of the paintings feature the icons and symbols of the pueblo people hidden amid the jumble of rocks and boulders.
Working in acrylic, watercolor, and mixed media/collage, clearly the work illustrates the control, mastery, and love that Evans has for the various media.
Evans is a signature member of the Watercolor Art Society - Houston. She has had numerous one-woman shows and her work is held in collections in the United States, Mexico, England, and Japan.
She spent 32 years as an art instructor in the public schools and presently teaches watercolor at Alvin Community College where she is an adjunct professor.
JOIN ROXANNE ON THE RIVER WITH PAGE LAMBERT THIS AUGUST FOR A SPECIAL RIVER WRITING & SCULPTING ADVENTURE
This special 20th anniversary river trip explores writing and sculpting as complementary forms of creative expression, and celebrates the return to the river of renowned sculptor, Roxanne Swentzell as Page Lambert's featured guest. During this six-day adventure on the Colorado River through Canyonlands, Roxanne will guide us in sculpting with our hands, using river clay and materials gathered from the land, and Page will guide us in sculpting with words. The trip starts and ends in Moab, Utah. Professionally outfitted by Sheri Griffith Expeditions and guided by SGE's amazing women guides, who not only row the oar boats, but cook us three delicious meals each day. All food, beverages, rafting and camping equipment provided.
Arctic Adaptations: Inuit Architecture Showcased in Prestigious Venice Biennale
For the first time in the 14-year history of the International Venice Biennale of Architecture, the Nunavut flag flew at the
entrance to the Canadian Pavilion, an Inukshuk floating at the entrance of “Arctic Adaptations: Nunavut at 15.”
The exhibit, curated by architects Lola Sheppard and Mason White, from Toronto-based design firm Lateral Office, coincides with the 15th
anniversary of the territory’s creation. Arctic Adaptations documents architectural history in Nunavut, describing the realities of its communities,
introducing the future role of architecture, and responding to the theme suggested by the director of the Biennale, Rem Koolhaas: Absorbing Modernity, 1914–2014.
Memorial Day Weekend, May 24-25, 2014 Santa Fe Convention Center, Santa Fe, NM Show: Saturday, May 24:
Early Birds 9-10 am ($20)
General Admission 10-4 ($10)
All tickets available at entrance
Sunday, May 25: General Admission 10-4 (free)
Join us for Native Treasures: Indian Arts Festival, Santa Fe’s only museum-quality Indian art show and sale. Over 200
Native American artists participate, each of whom is specially invited by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, to
represent the best and brightest of the Indian art world. In fact, many of the artists at Native Treasures are included in the
Museum’s permanent collection. Participating artists represent a wide range of tribes and pueblos, as well as a wide range of
art forms, from traditional to contemporary. In addition to established artists, we have an Emerging Artist section to showcase
new talent. Native Treasures: Indian Arts Festival benefits the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. Each artist generously donates a
portion of sales to the Museum’s programs. Please join us and support your favorite artists and the Museum at the same time!
Among the Pueblo peoples, men were the tradtional weavers. Join us in recognizing these men who are continuing their tradition. Come see what they've been making and support the future of Pueblo Men's Weaving.
Opening: December 7, 5PM
Aristotle said, “The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” Two artists respond to his statement.
There is always something deep and meaningful in an honest work of art, although sometimes it’s not visible to everyone immediately. So, when someone says they don’t like something, that doesn’t mean a lot to me. I know when there is something there—it can be a baffling mystery, then amazing, only waiting to be deciphered and to be patiently understood.
An exhibition of recent paintings and works on paper by Abeyta will be on view at Blue Rain Gallery, 130 Lincoln Avenue, Suite C, Santa Fe. Opening reception on Friday, August 17, from 5 to 7 pm. When one is moved by a piece of artwork, it is because it touches something inside. The more it affects us, the deeper it went. I also believe that you can purposely aim for the “inside” with direct creations that represent what we humans feel. Within us and within art, there exist worlds that are keys to those doorways.
Swentzell’s work can be seen at the Santa Fe Indian Market, Booth #400-WA-W, and at the Roxanne Swentzell Tower Gallery, Pojoaque, New Mexico. photographs by Anne Staveley
December 17th 5pm till 8pm
Roxanne Swentzell Tower Gallery
78 Cities of Gold Rd., Santa Fe
Make Art" this is the image of the piece Roxanne made
as a donation to ARTFeast
Rox Working - Denver Art Museum
Roxanne has recently been commissioned by the Denver Art Museum to build a huge sculpture out of unfired mud and other materials gathered in the Denver area. Roxanne had people assist her in creating her piece at the Denver Museum See Photos...
ROXANNE SWENTZELL RECEIVES
2011 NATIVE TREASURES LIVING TREASURE AWARD