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EMIL BISTRAM.....In Taos, New Mexico ... “Whenever I tried to paint what was before me I was frustrated by the grandeur of the scenery and the limitless space. Above all a strange, almost mystic quality of light.”
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ERNEST BLUMENSCHEIN.....Taos Society of Artists founder
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DOROTHY BRETT...her roots were finally firmly planted in New Mexico. She developed a strong emotional attachment to D. H. Lawrence
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RANDY BROKESHOULDER....recognized "Traditional Native Artist" specializing in handcrafting Hopi Katsina Dolls
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HELEN HARDIN....breaking free of the traditional mold, Helen's work became strongly geometric and increasingly abstract. Her work frequently incorporated Mimbres and Anasazi figures and kachina forms and masks
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SHELDON HARVEY....beautiful masks, wood sculptures, ye'ii figures (ye'ii are Navajo supernatural beings) and paintings, all with Navajo themes.
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STETSON HONYUMPTEWA....Master Hopi carver Stetson Honyumptewa is renowned as one of the leading contemporary kachina carvers.
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RAYMOND JONSON...in 1938, he founded the Transcendental Painting Group
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WILLIAM LUMPKINS......became involved in 1938 with the Transcendentalist Painting Group founded by with Jonson and Emil Bisttram.
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AGNES MARTIN.....A forerunner of Minimalist art. She began her career in New York, and spent her later years in New Mexico
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ALFRED MORANG.....relocated to Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1937. In Santa Fe, Morang's interest turned back to painting, and Morang was a founding member of the Transcendental Painting
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GEORGIA O'KEEFFE....D. H. Lawrence phrased it best while residing in Taos in the 1920s:.....white people still haven't got the rhythm of America, the perfect rhythm of American earth. The Indians have had it so long, maybe they're in danger of losing it. The new revelation will come when the white people, when some white Woman gets the perfect rhythm of the American earth.
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FLORENCE PIERCE (1918- ) Moved to Taos, New Mexico in 1936 to study at Emil Bisttrams School of Art. There she met her husband, Horace Towner Pierce, who was one of the founders of the New Mexico Transcendentalist Painting Group, a group committed to abstract art. She was their youngest member (1938-1941).
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VIRGINIA MORE ROEDIGER....began studying Pueblo dances in 1925 when she drove out west for college. She wrote Ceremonial Costumes of the Pueblo Indians as her dissertation in the School of Drama at Yale University
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ROXANNE SWENTZELL..... Native American sculptor and contemporary pueblo artist has opened a gallery located near Santa Fe New Mexico...
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PABLITA VELARDE......Replete with exacting detail of native daily life, dress and ceremonies, Velarde's work is also considered of immense ethnographic importance.
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