The William Siegal Gallery in Santa Fe is a high-concept space that exhibits a distinguished collection of ancient art and artifacts alongside contemporary works of art.
This stunning five thousand square foot gallery provides a rare opportunity to appreciate art that spans 5,000 years and many different cultures, while inspiring a new collecting sensibility: the Old is New and the New is Old. Side-by-side, they create exciting dialogs. For over 35 years, William Siegal has assembled the world's largest collection of Andean Textiles dating from 750 BC to the 19th Century. Ceremonial objects & artifacts from Meso & South American cultures, Ancient Chinese, Southeast Asia, African and Indonesian museum-quality pieces are also represented. The William Siegal Gallery is located in Santa Fe’s dynamic Railyard District, now a major arts destination throughout the world and the central location of Santa Fe’s contemporary art scene.
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williamsiegal.com Our final contemporary group show in the Railyard! Including work by all our accomplished artists.
williamsiegal.com In light of William Siegal’s retirement in March of 2018 our final season in Santa Fe will honor the traveler’s spirit with a line up of exhibitions of extraordinary material from around the world. The journey continues… William Siegal Gallery is pleased to present Made in Peru, an exhibition of new...
williamsiegal.com In light of William Siegal’s retirement in March of 2018 our final season in Santa Fe will honor the traveler’s spirit with a line up of exhibitions of extraordinary material from around the world. We begin in Africa… William Siegal Gallery is pleased to present African Objects and Textiles, an exhi...
Come and join us at the San Francisco Tribal and Textile Art Show
williamsiegal.com “Pixels” was founded on elements of the Ink Throw Calligraphy and Graphite Botanical series. The “Pixels” float at the intersection between grid and “picture elements”. A grid, as an artificial device for organizing material, creates structure, and from it’s repetitive nature generates it’s own rhyt...
williamsiegal.com Of Gunderson’s upcoming Monograph published by Abbeville Press, David Anfam writes: “Taking the color black as her prime subject, Gunderson’s achievement is to have explored its every nuance, ranging from the spiritual to the tactile, the seen and the imagined. In darkness, Gunderson’s brush reveals...
williamsiegal.com Glass is never quite as it seems, a chameleon matter that masquerades as a solid when its molecular structure is not ordered as solids should be. Glass is neither here nor there, defying the expectations of how science tells us matter behaves. Glass therefore suits Judy Tuwaletstiwa’s art practice a...
santafenewmexican.com Fragility and stability combine in the elegant, ephemeral ceramic sculptures of Cheryl Ann Thomas. What began as an experiment to see how high and thin she could make a cylindrical sculpture led to a series of collapsed and fraying forms, transformed in the kiln.
williamsiegal.com My current investigation in porcelain clay began with a question, “How thin and how tall can I make a column using the coiling method and what will the results be?” I found that the columns were too thin and too tall to hold their form and would collapse during the firing.
williamsiegal.com Polly Barton was trained by master weaver Tomohiko Inoue in 1981, in the heart of the religious community of Oomoto in Kameoka, Japan. Barton has been using ikat as the means for expressing her gesture of threads in woven silk drawings and paintings ever since. She weaves on an ancient kimono loom…
williamsiegal.com For nearly 30 years, Tom Waldron has been hand fabricating elegant, seamless forms out of steel. His uncompromising craftsmanship and unique fluid volumetric vocabulary has made him one of the regions most well known and respected sculptors. This exhibition will feature recent work in various sizes…
williamsiegal.com Peter Ogilvie’s new photographs feature two bodies; 1. the human figure and 2. sculptural volumes of water. The human figure is a container of water that moves with controlled deliberation, while the thrown liquid is constrained only by gravity and flows freely in the air until solidified by the pho…
williamsiegal.com Paula Roland’s work investigates how ideas and aesthetics evolve. Inspired by natural systems, Roland disperses molten pigmented wax on a heated monotype Palette. Using gestural movements, touch and intention are interwoven with the affects of heat and gravity. The molten wax is offset to paper, coo…
sffas.org For over 40 years, William Siegal has assembled the world’s largest collection of Andean Textiles dating from 750 BC to the 19th Century. Ceremonial objects & artifacts from Meso & South American cultures, Ancient Chinese, Southeast Asia, African and Indonesian museum-quality pieces are also represe…
williamsiegal.com This exhibition will feature dyed canvases by Contemporary artist Lynne Gelfman alongside a selection of Pre-Columbian Textiles.
William Siegal Gallery is pleased to present
an exhibition of new work by Paula Castillo and Alison Keogh.
The show will open July 31, 2015 with a reception from 5 - 7pm,
at 540 S. Guadalupe Street in the Railyard Arts District.
williamsiegal.com Peruvian Retablos for the 21st Century by Victor Huaman Gutierrez
williamsiegal.com William Siegal Gallery is pleased to present Vokoun: Linear Functions, an exhibition of new laser etched panels by John Vokoun.
williamsiegal.com New work by David Ivan Clark
visualartsource.com Continuing through June 23, 2015Tim Rowan and Leopoldo Cuspinera Madrigal work in disparate mediums (wood-fired ceramics and paintings, respectively) but their work is curiously united in its earthy colors and organic sensibilities. The show's title, "A Stone's Throw", is a punny nod to Rowan's work…
williamsiegal.com New Work by Leopoldo Cuspinera Madrigal and Tim Rowan
denverpost.com There are plenty of reason to travel to santa Fe, none more interesting than its city-wide show of art.
artfixdaily.com William Siegal, owner of the William Siegal Gallery (www.williamsiegal.com), discusses his gallery’s use of internet technologies to brand themselves to a wider audience and expand their potential client base. William Siegal Gallery, Founded in 1996 Focuses on Exhibiting Both Ancient and Conte...
Go Railyard Arts District! Check out who made it into the USA TODAY 10Best Readers' Choice awards for Best Art Districts.
If you missed the opening of "Color Fall", then stop on by the gallery today. For everyone that cannot make it into the show, check out a few of our installation shots of the show!
The William Siegal Gallery in Santa Fe is a high-concept space that exhibits a distinguished collection of ancient art and artifacts. The new space at 318 Guadalupe provides a rare opportunity to appreciate art that spans 5,000 years and dozens of cultures, in an intimate, museum-like environment.
For over 40 years, William Siegal has assembled the world’s largest collection of Andean Textiles dating from 750 BC to the 19th Century. Ceremonial objects & artifacts from Meso & South American cultures, Ancient Chinese, Southeast Asia, African and Indonesian museum-quality pieces are also represented. William Siegal Gallery is located along Santa Fe’s dynamic Guadalupe Corridor, between downtown and the Railyard district.
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