The Santa Fe Reporter recently published a wonderful article on gallery employee L.E. and her website desent-of-man.com. L.E. discusses her artist interviews and her early impressions of the gallery. Check it out! www.sfreporter.com/santafe/article-13219-the-cosmopolitans.html
Every First Friday of the month, Nedra Matteucci Galleries offers a free tour, open to the public, beginning at 3:30pm. Join our knowledgeable gallery staff for a fun and educational experience, covering the most important works in the collection, the history of the building, and some of the gallery's private rooms, including the research library. Join us on April 7, 2017, at 3:30pm, and every First Friday after!
Have you seen the new list of "Best Things To Do In Santa Fe" for 2017? Nedra Matteucci Galleries made the cut! According to the Best Things website, "Santa Fe, New Mexico is an awesome destination, filled with breathtaking architecture, a wonderous art galleries, marvelous restaurants and diverse activities." We couldn't agree more!
Nedra Matteucci Galleries has proudly carried John Moyers' paintings of the American Southwest and its peoples for ten years, and offers you this special selection of his work. Please contact the gallery to inquire about these paintings and more.
Contemporary painter John Moyers has been awarded the prestigious James R. Parks Trustees' Purchase Award at the Autry Museum of the American West in Los Angeles, California. Moyers' painting The Elder's Walk will join the Autry's permanent collection.
Jenna Winters, director and producer, aspires to tell the story of her father’s extraordinary life through a full-length documentary. The film will reveal how Michael Naranjo sees, despite having lost his vision in Vietnam. With his hands, his heart, and his intuition, Naranjo creates bronzes of uncommon beauty. Winters' proposed documentary will reveal the challenges and triumphs of his life, the love and determination he shares with his wife Laurie, and the importance of dreaming, trying, and doing.
We hope you will consider supporting this incredible project. To help spread the word or make a contribution, please visit: dreamtouchbelieve.com
On the first Saturday of September, The Couse Foundation is collaborating with the Harwood Museum to present a panel discussion with three distinguished scholars of western art: Taos Society of Artists: Western Art or American Art? The lecture will be held at the Harwood Museum, Arthur Bell Auditorium, located at 238 Ledoux Street, Taos, NM 87571. Tickets are available for $10.00 from the Harwood Museum at 575-758-9826. The program begins at 10:00 a.m. on September 3, 2016. The Couse Foundation will be holding their regularly scheduled open house on Saturday, September 3, from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. The Couse-Sharp Historic Site is located at 146 Kit Carson Road, Taos, NM 87571.
Nedra Matteucci Galleries' late summer exhibition will open with an artists' reception from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 13; the work will remain on display through September 10.
Husband and wife artists, John Moyers and Terri Kelly Moyers, will present their newest collection of original oil paintings, showcasing a broad range of locations. Their work includes traditional, small, plein air paintings and large, figurative works, often with expressive and inventive narratives that capture the imagination. John, especially, invites a sense of history to his Native American themes, and Terri achieves insightful sensitivity through her expression of character. The couple's shared love of the Southwest remains a focus of their work, and their art reflects a dedication to their established rhythms in contemporary painting.
The Moyers are both accomplished, award-winning traditional realist painters. Among many accolades, Terri Kelly Moyers has won the Frederic Remington Painting Award at the Prix de West Invitational twice. John Moyers has also won numerous awards, including the prized Robert Lougheed Memorial Award at the Prix de West in 2013. Together, the couple has studied with fine painters such as J. Noel Tucker, Ramon Froman and notably with their friend and mentor, Robert Lougheed. The couple met at a two-month painting workshop Okanagan Game Farm in British Columbia. Now, they live and paint in Santa Fe.
The Distance, a podcast about longevity in business, recently featured Nedra Matteucci Galleries. Here's the opening for the episode, Humble Adobe:
Santa Fe, New Mexico is home to around 200 art galleries. Even in this thriving art scene, Nedra Matteucci’s gallery stands out. The 44-year-old gallery, which she bought in 1988, is housed in an adobe compound spanning two acres, and the business takes a grounded approach to fine art. If visiting the Nedra Matteucci Galleries feels like you’re stepping into someone’s home, it’s because Nedra, a New Mexico native who got her start selling paintings on the road, has made approachability part of the overall experience.