TAO Members Directory

Alex Chavez

I am a fine artist who explores themes of mortality through figure painting. My figures, painted in oil on canvas and wood, are an extension

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Bill Baron

A Brief Bio of Bill Baron Bill was born in Chicago. He graduated the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, in the Industrial Design curriculum. While teaching

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Bruce Katlin

Bruce Katlin Combines his love and passion for intense activity and various art mediums to make a living and live a life fulfilled. The great outdoors

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David Douglas

I have been taking photographs since 1967. With my camera, I circumnavigated the world, lived in Ethiopia where I served as a Peace Corps Volunteer.

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Debrah Dubay

Debrah Dubay is an emerging Taos artist, returning to her fine arts roots. A published designer and master gardener, Dubay’s new works reflect a powerful

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Don Wallis

With large square canvases for a sense of stillness and serenity I juxtapose images to explore motion or a simplified reality of iconic images using

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Gail Russell

A painter and printmaker, she studied at Albright Knox School of Fine Art, Pratt Institute, and The School of Visual Arts.  In 1968, she received

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Inger Jirby

Inger Jirby’s life has been as rich, dramatic and exotic as her art.  She was born in the far north of Sweden, above the Arctic

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Jan Bachman

I have a love for the layers of landscape. I am excited to explore new places but those that are familiar elicit stronger feelings. I

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Jeanine Borree

I am a lifelong student of art, changing my expression as I change personally and as I change location.  Raised in the free museums and

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Krysteen Waszak

Waszak Studio NorthBy Appointment Only818L Paseo del Pueblo NorteTaos NM Waszak Studio SouthBy Appointment OnlyOld Town, Albuquerque, NM Phone: (505) 250-0455 Email: krysteen@krysteenwaszak.com Website: www.krysteenwaszak.com

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Live Johnson

Born of Mexican parents in California, Olivia (Or ‘Live’, as she likes to be called) rejoices in her cultural heritage.  She has 5 siblings and

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Lynn FitzGerald

Lynn FitzGerald earned a BFA Degree in Ceramics at the Kansas City Art Institute – working with Ken Ferguson and an MFA Degree in Ceramics

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Margaret Tange

Margaret Tange grew up surrounded by wildlife on the family cattle/wheat ranch in Northeastern Montana. Her life on the ranch included driving farm equipment and

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Mark Asmus

My degree reads BS Metallurgical Engineering, the practical choice. I probably should have given the visual arts a try right from the git-go since I’ve

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Marsha Fawns

Early on, I toddled to the empty field next door gathering weeds, stones and sticks, then spent hours creating mud-pie sculptures in my sandbox. Saturdays,

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Nancy Kirk

Kirk encounters everything through her art. She has worked as a scenic painter for opera and ballet in Florence, Italy, illustrator, painter and interior muralist.

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Nicki Marx

 I am a self-taught artist who has had over forty one-person and museum exhibitions. My work is in many important museum, private and public collections

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Patricia Keeler

I am a fine artist who works in several mediums but predominately in pastel and silk painting. In my pastel paintings I primarily explore the

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Ria Burnett

Nature, various geographies and cultivated landscapes engage my senses, my mind, my spirit.  These varied and accumulated encounters over a lifetime continue to transform me,

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Sandy Chestnutt

Artist, graphic designer, and former computer graphics instructor (Adobe)–Sandy has contributed to the art industry coast to coast. Finding solace in nature during some difficult

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Sarah Bush

Almost all my fine art work is an exploration of the tension between timelessness and impermanence, fragility and resilience, and the physical body and the

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Scotty Mitchell

My art springs from my love of the natural world, looking with wonder at its rhythms and flow, shapes responding to one another, colors blaring one

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Susanne Pinkham

I starting working with glass in the 1970’s. I made many stained glass windows and hanging pieces. In this time frame I graduated from UNM

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Tawni Shuler

Ecotone: the place where forest meets meadow, desert touches river.  It’s the frontier where communities of humankind and wild animals touch each other.  It’s that

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Tom Quinn Kumpf

As an award-winning photographer, writer, poet, and author, I have worked in just about every corner of the profession. For over fifty years, my main

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