Jesse Raine Littlebird (Laguna/Kewa Pueblo) is an artist, painter, writer and film director with a passion for telling stories that inspire personal and community action to be the change you want to see in the world. Storytelling through the medium…
Suni Sonqo Vizcarra Wood (Quechua Nation, Peru) is an artist born in Taos, NM (1996) and raised in the southern Andes of Peru in the Sacred Valley of the Incas of Cusco, immersed in his rich Indigenous culture. His life has…
Chas Curtis studied sculpting at Stanford University when he was getting his master’s degree. He began experimenting with stone because of the gravity and permanence the medium holds. Chas has been sculpting for almost 30 years in Santa Fe and has been in 7 major galleries in Santa Fe, Chicago, and Memphis.
Salina Vaughn is a Hawaii-based painter whose life and surroundings are inseparable from her work as an artist. She works in her home studio in Honolulu as well as Abiquiu, having long-standing ties to New Mexico both personally and now professionally with her recent opening of Zatara Contemporary on Canyon Road.
Growing up on the island of Oahu has instilled within me a deep curiosity towards the intricately organized chaos of natural ecosystems. I've observed that modern cultures predominantly view nature as an unlimited resource and as the "other," "wild," entity separate from our mundane, suburban realities.
Justin Price was born in Los Gatos, California and raised in Denver, Colorado. He received a BFA from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California and is currently an MFA candidate at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Liz is an interdisciplinary artist born in Los Angeles and currently living in Berlin, where she is an artist in residence at Institut für Alles Mögliche. Encompassing video, performance, photography, and installation, my work examines the relationship between commodity, globalized society, and the human condition.