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Fun fact about Randall Reid’s artwork: the oldest material he’s used was dated 1796. Reid sometimes uses material that he grew up with, but he prefers to react to the graphics, design and patina from his parents and grandparents lifetime. According to Reid, he finds these materials to be more saturated in age and beauty.

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Randall Reid is often re-mixing and re-contextualizing found and historic materials. With an insatiable desire to create, Reid was led down a path to finding salvaged materials and using them in his art. He had a longstanding desire to collect, and as a youth, collected stamps, coins, fossils and insects. As an adult, he collected vintage toys as well as found objects.

Eventually, form and patina influenced his art. These materials are the impetus of discovery but also the source of discovery. Today, with his refined understanding of form and concept, and working with the skill of both an artist and craftsman, Reid recontextualizes found materials to create his unique wall constructions using signage, wood, and steel.
Come on by our gallery, you’ll love to see “Hidden Meaning,” our new solo exhibition featuring Randall Reid.

Randall Reid was born in Ft. Worth, Texas and has participated in over 300 exhibitions. He’s represented in numerous public and private collections including: The American Embassy, Kuwait; the Arkansas Art Center; The Austin Museum of Art; The Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts; The Masur Museum; and The Muscarelle Museum of Fine Arts (College of William and Mary). He currently resides in San Marcos, Texas, where he has been a Professor of Art and Design at Texas State University for more than three decades.

Opening reception is tonight 5-7pm and the artist 👨🏼‍🎨 is in the gallery!
We’re delighted to present “Hidden Material,” a solo exhibition by Randall Reid which will run from March 18th - April 3rd, with an opening reception on Friday, March 18th from 5-7pm where the artist will be present.⁠
In Hidden Material, found and historical materials—some dating back to the 1800s—are preserved and forever changed. Reid, a Texas-based artist, recontextualizes antique tools, toys, furniture and panels by abbreviating, rearranging, and then framing them in fresh new compositions. The resulting vignettes are both rooted in and removed from time with a nearly recognizable specificity that often leaves the viewer searching for their memory for the context of the components.⁠

We hope to see you at the opening, and DM us for pricing.⁠

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Last weekend for Daniel Phill’s exhibition. Click on stories to see behind the scene Q + A in his studio!

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Daniel Phill | DHARMA | acrylic on canvas | 36 x 60 inches⁠

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Daniel Phill | JARDIN 1 | acrylic on canvas | 20 x 20 inches⁠


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This evolving series is my abstracted interpretation of the natural world. It is an ongoing reimagining of vegetation, flowers and the landscape. I rely partly on intuition, trusting in the gestures and mark making that come with a spontaneous approach.⁠

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Known mostly for his abstracted botanical imagery, Daniel Phill's signature are his bold strokes and improvised gestures. Phill's approach has been described as using an “unrehearsed expressionism” in an “anarchic manner.” ⁠

Come see Daniel Phill's new exhibition, Botanical Abstractions on view now through March 13th.⁠

#abstract #abstractpainting #modernart #abstractartist #abstraction #abstractexpressionism #contemporaryart #artforsale #originalart #contemporarypainting #abstractartwork ⁠
#santafenm #landofenchantment #santafeart #simplysantafenm⁠
#symbolic #interiordesign #homedecor #decor #interiordecor
Daniel Phill | Floroon | 60 x 36 inches | acrylic on canvas

Spring is just around the corner, as many of us eagerly await a sunnier and warmer season full of flora and fauna. Daniel Phill’s new work in his current solo-exhibition “Botanical Abstractions” evokes within us all that we hope for in the springtime — bright color, a palatable warmth, blossoming flowers and abundant nature.
Daniel Phill’s solo exhibition “Botanical Abstractions” opens this evening with a reception from 5-7pm. The show will run through March 13th, so we hope you’ll be able to pass by and see the lush floral landscape in our gallery.

#abstract #abstractpainting #modernart #abstractartist #abstraction #abstractexpressionism #contemporaryart #artforsale #originalart #contemporarypainting #abstractartwork
#santafenm #landofenchantment #santafeart #simplysantafenm
#symbolic #interiordesign #homedecor #decor #interiordecor
https://youtu.be/NwTi64q2bE4

​Nüart Gallery presents “Botanical Abstractions,” a solo exhibition of new abstracted botanicals by Daniel Phill. The exhibition will run from February 25th to March 13th.

See the exhibition online: https://www.nuartgallery.com/exhibitions/129/works/
Artworks in this exhibition: http://privateview.net/2/a44397ebd12bef59bd90b1
View all works by Daniel Phill: https://www.nuartgallery.com/artists/69-daniel-phill/works/

"Botanical Abstractions," is a collection of abstracted botanical paintings deeply inspired by the stunning natural world. First and foremost a colorist, Phill pieces together organic shapes in his abstractions and teases images from splatters of paint. Known mostly for his abstracted botanical imagery, the paintings bear his signature bold strokes and improvised gestures.

“I aim to create paintings that are organic and unfolding, playing between the boundaries of abstraction and representation,” Phill explains. He often relies on intuition, trusting in gestures and mark making that come with a spontaneous approach. Demonstrating an impressive control of his material, Phill describes essential details—long, slender tendrils become reeds, pressed and flattened pools of paint turn into petals.

Over time, Phill’s style and output continues to evolve; he views his work as a continuous discovery of what is possible in life and in his art. Through his canvases, Phill’s artwork evokes uninhibited emotion, while guiding viewers to see and understand the transformative power of landscape, boundless color and awe-inspiring nature, leaving countless impressions on interested eyes. For Phill, observing the natural world keeps him engaged in his art; while for the viewer, his artworks can help one bear witness to the imaginative power of the natural world.

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Daniel Phill has exhibited extensively and his artwork is in diverse public and private collections, such as: Achenbach Foundation, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; Citigroup; De Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University; Ernst & Young; First USA Bank; GTE; Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University; Morgan Stanley; Nordstrom; Pfizer; Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, San Jose, CA; Stanford University; Sutter Health; Texas A&M University; Tucson Museum of Art; UC San Diego Medical Center; US Department of State; and Yuma Art Center, among others. Phill's paintings have been reviewed or published in: ARTnews; Art in America; New York Sun; California Home+Design; New Yorker; Los Angeles Times; Art & Antiques; Palm Springs Life; House Beautiful; Wall Street International; Santa Fean Magazine, and Artweek, among others.

Daniel Phill was born and raised in Tacoma, Washington. He received an MFA from Stanford University, and a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute.

#abstract #abstractpainting #modernart #abstractartist #abstraction #abstractexpressionism #contemporaryart #artforsale #originalart #contemporarypainting #abstractartwork
#santafenm #landofenchantment #santafeart #simplysantafenm
#symbolic #interiordesign #homedecor #decor #interiordecor

Nüart Gallery specializes in contemporary abstract and figurative art of artists from the United States, Europe and Latin America.

Operating as usual

Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 03/23/2022

Fun fact about Randall Reid’s artwork: the oldest material he’s used was dated 1796. Reid sometimes uses material that he grew up with, but he prefers to react to the graphics, design and patina from his parents and grandparents lifetime. According to Reid, he finds these materials to be more saturated in age and beauty.



Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 03/20/2022

Randall Reid is often re-mixing and re-contextualizing found and historic materials. With an insatiable desire to create, Reid was led down a path to finding salvaged materials and using them in his art. He had a longstanding desire to collect, and as a youth, collected stamps, coins, fossils and insects. As an adult, he collected vintage toys as well as found objects.

Eventually, form and patina influenced his art. These materials are the impetus of discovery but also the source of discovery. Today, with his refined understanding of form and concept, and working with the skill of both an artist and craftsman, Reid recontextualizes found materials to create his unique wall constructions using signage, wood, and steel.

Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 03/18/2022

Come on by our gallery, you’ll love to see “Hidden Meaning,” our new solo exhibition featuring Randall Reid.

Randall Reid was born in Ft. Worth, Texas and has participated in over 300 exhibitions. He’s represented in numerous public and private collections including: The American Embassy, Kuwait; the Arkansas Art Center; The Austin Museum of Art; The Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts; The Masur Museum; and The Muscarelle Museum of Fine Arts (College of William and Mary). He currently resides in San Marcos, Texas, where he has been a Professor of Art and Design at Texas State University for more than three decades.

Opening reception is tonight 5-7pm and the artist 👨🏼‍🎨 is in the gallery!

Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 03/15/2022

We’re delighted to present “Hidden Material,” a solo exhibition by Randall Reid which will run from March 18th - April 3rd, with an opening reception on Friday, March 18th from 5-7pm where the artist will be present.⁠
In Hidden Material, found and historical materials—some dating back to the 1800s—are preserved and forever changed. Reid, a Texas-based artist, recontextualizes antique tools, toys, furniture and panels by abbreviating, rearranging, and then framing them in fresh new compositions. The resulting vignettes are both rooted in and removed from time with a nearly recognizable specificity that often leaves the viewer searching for their memory for the context of the components.⁠

We hope to see you at the opening, and DM us for pricing.⁠



Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 03/12/2022

Last weekend for Daniel Phill’s exhibition. Click on stories to see behind the scene Q + A in his studio!



Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 03/04/2022

Daniel Phill | DHARMA | acrylic on canvas | 36 x 60 inches⁠



03/03/2022

Daniel Phill | JARDIN 1 | acrylic on canvas | 20 x 20 inches⁠




03/01/2022

This evolving series is my abstracted interpretation of the natural world. It is an ongoing reimagining of vegetation, flowers and the landscape. I rely partly on intuition, trusting in the gestures and mark making that come with a spontaneous approach.⁠



03/01/2022

Known mostly for his abstracted botanical imagery, Daniel Phill's signature are his bold strokes and improvised gestures. Phill's approach has been described as using an “unrehearsed expressionism” in an “anarchic manner.” ⁠

Come see Daniel Phill's new exhibition, Botanical Abstractions on view now through March 13th.⁠



Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 02/27/2022

Daniel Phill | Floroon | 60 x 36 inches | acrylic on canvas

Spring is just around the corner, as many of us eagerly await a sunnier and warmer season full of flora and fauna. Daniel Phill’s new work in his current solo-exhibition “Botanical Abstractions” evokes within us all that we hope for in the springtime — bright color, a palatable warmth, blossoming flowers and abundant nature.

Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 02/25/2022

Daniel Phill’s solo exhibition “Botanical Abstractions” opens this evening with a reception from 5-7pm. The show will run through March 13th, so we hope you’ll be able to pass by and see the lush floral landscape in our gallery.



Daniel Phill Artist Exhibition: "Botanical Abstractions" 02/24/2022

Daniel Phill Artist Exhibition: "Botanical Abstractions"

https://youtu.be/NwTi64q2bE4

​Nüart Gallery presents “Botanical Abstractions,” a solo exhibition of new abstracted botanicals by Daniel Phill. The exhibition will run from February 25th to March 13th.

See the exhibition online: https://www.nuartgallery.com/exhibitions/129/works/
Artworks in this exhibition: http://privateview.net/2/a44397ebd12bef59bd90b1
View all works by Daniel Phill: https://www.nuartgallery.com/artists/69-daniel-phill/works/

"Botanical Abstractions," is a collection of abstracted botanical paintings deeply inspired by the stunning natural world. First and foremost a colorist, Phill pieces together organic shapes in his abstractions and teases images from splatters of paint. Known mostly for his abstracted botanical imagery, the paintings bear his signature bold strokes and improvised gestures.

“I aim to create paintings that are organic and unfolding, playing between the boundaries of abstraction and representation,” Phill explains. He often relies on intuition, trusting in gestures and mark making that come with a spontaneous approach. Demonstrating an impressive control of his material, Phill describes essential details—long, slender tendrils become reeds, pressed and flattened pools of paint turn into petals.

Over time, Phill’s style and output continues to evolve; he views his work as a continuous discovery of what is possible in life and in his art. Through his canvases, Phill’s artwork evokes uninhibited emotion, while guiding viewers to see and understand the transformative power of landscape, boundless color and awe-inspiring nature, leaving countless impressions on interested eyes. For Phill, observing the natural world keeps him engaged in his art; while for the viewer, his artworks can help one bear witness to the imaginative power of the natural world.

—-
Daniel Phill has exhibited extensively and his artwork is in diverse public and private collections, such as: Achenbach Foundation, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; Citigroup; De Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University; Ernst & Young; First USA Bank; GTE; Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University; Morgan Stanley; Nordstrom; Pfizer; Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, San Jose, CA; Stanford University; Sutter Health; Texas A&M University; Tucson Museum of Art; UC San Diego Medical Center; US Department of State; and Yuma Art Center, among others. Phill's paintings have been reviewed or published in: ARTnews; Art in America; New York Sun; California Home+Design; New Yorker; Los Angeles Times; Art & Antiques; Palm Springs Life; House Beautiful; Wall Street International; Santa Fean Magazine, and Artweek, among others.

Daniel Phill was born and raised in Tacoma, Washington. He received an MFA from Stanford University, and a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute.



Daniel Phill Artist Exhibition: "Botanical Abstractions" @Nüart Gallery presents “Botanical Abstractions,” a solo exhibition of new abstracted botanicals by Daniel Phill. The exhibition will run from February 25th...

02/23/2022

MIZZLE | acrylic on canvas |25.5 x 25.5 inches framed

02/23/2022

A small collage by Cecil Touchon found a perfect spot in this charming bedroom of one of our collectors.

Touchon’s art stems from his interest in the modernist history of abstraction and his belief that language is often relegated to a functional role. His work builds on ideas of artists and poets who sought to reduce painting and collage to its essence and create a new visual language.

Repost: @maryclementsclark
Photo: @vitalephoto

Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 02/21/2022

RUBRIC#12 | Painted steel | 14 x 16 x 20 inches⁠

Emmett Culligan discovered his creativity early in life before studying painting in NYC at the Art Students League and later received his BFA in sculpture from the University of Colorado at Denver. His art ranges in scale from large monumental public art to small wall hung works and can be found in collections and municipalities both nationally and internationally.⁠




Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 02/21/2022

SUNNY TAYLOR | Vessel 6, 2021 | acrylic on panel | 29 x 25 inches⁠

"In my work, I am re-engaging painting’s geometric tradition, positioning myself within a network of influences who explored the “objecthood” of painting. My compositions are self-aware of the boundaries that interrupt, bend and shape their patterns and forms.⁠” - Sunny Taylor

02/19/2022

Emilio Lobato | Cantas de Amor | oil on panel | 36 x 36 inches⁠


"I’m a painter, I am still searching for words to describe my ideas. Till then I will continue creating.” — Emilio Lobato

Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 02/18/2022

Emilio Lobato | Cantas de Amor | oil on panel | 36 x 36 inches⁠

Emilio Lobato | Tercio | oil on panel | 36 x 36 inches⁠

Emmett Culligan | Rubric #8 | Blackened steel | 33 x 13 1/2 x 12 inches⁠

"I’m a painter, I am still searching for words to describe my ideas. Till then I will continue creating.” — Emilio Lobato ⁠

"Within my work, an emphasis is placed on the natural inherent qualities of material interacting formally to access human emotion and spirituality. Paramount is the transcendence of the “physical” nature of the world by attempting to imbue material with a greater overall presence or energy. To me, this alchemic transfer of energy is perhaps the most interesting aspect of my artistic endeavor. When present, this energy can be felt yet always remains intangible and mysterious. The viewer is invited to discover this dichotomy within the sculptures’ formal unity and come to realize a deeper resonance." - Emmett Culligan⁠





Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 02/17/2022

Joseph Ostraff | Wendover .7 | oil on panel | 36 x 29 inches

Joseph Ostraff’s powerful understanding of composition and line is made apparent in the sublime figuration of Wendover .7 Ostraff sees the collection of shapes and layers of paint as a form of mapping as he too attempts to secure and see his own place in the human geography.

Stop by to see this piece in our Red Show.

Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 02/16/2022

Michael Bergt | Looking Over | charcoal + colored pencil + gouache on toned paper | 22 x 18 inches ⁠

A close up of “Looking Over”. Bergt’s luscious and provocative work is exemplified by the pristine lines and superb ex*****on see in this incredible piece.⁠





Photos from Nüart Gallery's post 02/15/2022

Michael Bergt | Looking Over | charcoal + colored pencil + gouache on toned paper | 22 x 18 inches

While teaching in Rome, Bergt created this drawing, which then became a reference for a painting of the same theme. This was part of his “Minotaur Series” so the Minotaur head is in the background. The series focused on the polarity of the masculine and the feminine.

Stop by to see it in person as part of our Red Show.

contemporary abstract + figurative magical realism

Santa Fe is a cultural and historical mecca, “a city different” where pieces of the city’s multifaceted history merge seamlessly with its modern cultural interests through stories, ideas, and art. With more than 100 galleries and artist studios within one short, side-walk-less mile, Canyon Road offers a crossroads of contemporary art by established and emerging artists. Nüart Gallery is located in the heart of the art district at the midway point on Canyon Road.

Santa Fe is the largest art market in the United States after New York, and per-capita, the largest art market in the world. Collectors come from around the world to experience the deep concentration of galleries on Canyon Road and the unique cultural atmosphere in Santa Fe. However, just beyond the stretch of galleries as well as within our own gallery space, which housed Gormley’s Market until the late 1970s, the evidence of Santa Fe’s living history remains; History coexists with the contemporary.

Established at the beginning of the 21st Century, Nüart Gallery’s mission has always been to show the work of the very best artists we know. Over the past seventeen years, we have mounted over 200 solo and group exhibitions by established and internationally known artists in our ten exhibition rooms. We have introduced many of our artists to the U.S. market and ship worldwide to collectors on every continent.

The scale of our gallery and the quality of the work from our 26 artists who originate and work both locally and internationally are testaments to the passion and integrity with which we operate our gallery. Our curatorial standards are high, our criteria revolving around a genuine interest in and attention to talent of expression and artistic excellence. Our collectors value our discernment and know that we travel the world to bring them the very best in contemporary art.

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