Streamlined Spanish Market at Santa Fe's Blue Rain Gallery

ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL
By Kathleen Roberts
Victor Goler’s “Santa Abigail” Bulto; carved wood, gesso, watercolor and beeswax. (Courtesy of Blue Rain Gallery)
ALBUQUERQUE — With the pandemic shuttering all the major Santa Fe summer markets, Blue Rain Gallery is stepping in for devotional art. The 27-year-old showplace is offering a streamlined Spanish Market through Aug. 8 at 544 S. Guadalupe St. and at blueraingallery.com. Executive Director Denise Phetteplace has gathered works by eight artists with the help of famed Taos santero Victor Goler. The roster includes Alcario Otero, Lorrie Garcia, Marie Romero Cash, Jean Anaya Moya, Nicolás Otero, Frankie Lucero and José A. Lucero, as well as Goler. Each boasts a long history of exhibiting at Spanish Market. [More]

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