Photograph, printed on archival acid free, heavy paper. 2020.
Location: The New Mexico Museum of Art, formerly known as the Fine Arts Museum of New Mexico. Palace Avenue & Lincoln Avenue.
"By 1917, Santa Fe had its very own art museum. It quickly became the anchor for the many painters who were arriving from the East Coast. Refuge was found, and in a period of five or so years, our art colony was born. Before too long, artists were settling into their own studios. Throughout the city, a city of only 7,000 residents in those early years, it did not take long before arts patrons were taking the train to Lamy. A global revival unfolded. 131 West Palace Avenue, where Patina now stands, was constructed just down the street from the Museum. In the last 100 years, Patina has become the oldest running gallery on Palace, next to the fine arts galleries in the Museum itself." - Ivan Barnett
• 12" (30.48cm) height of image
• 18" (45.72cm) width of image
• Available in editions of 5
• Price includes the archival print, framing is not included