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Galleries: Artist & Curator Focus

Rick Armstrong

Rick Armstrong

Rick Armstrong – RARE Gallery

Journey to the Hills

“Journey to the Hills”

“Art should transport you,” says Armstrong. “My work is photographic-based and authentic, not Photoshopped.” This piece leads the viewer to a new experience of the Tetons and an opportunity to contemplate life and directions. 36” x 50”



“EXPERIENCE” is a dichotomy of a man-made structure and the power of nature together in one setting. The piece reminds the viewer of the power of place and brings that power into where it hangs. Armstrong, a multimedia artist, calls this his signature piece because it defines what he is trying to deliver to the viewer. “I want the images to explode off of the wall and I believe I have achieved that.” 36” x 50”

The World’s Not Always Black and White

“The World’s Not Always Black and White”

Armstrong’s mixed media process begins with a photographic base. In final form, this baby zebra and its mother bring the viewer into a new relationship with nature. 30” x 50”


Hollee Armstrong

Hollee Armstrong

Hollee Armstrong – Curator – RARE Gallery

White Bison

Kevin Box – “White Bison”

The history of art and the value of public art have long inspired Santa Fe artist Kevin Box, resulting in his being elected as the youngest member of the National Sculptors’ Guild and his subsequent recognition by SouthwestArt Magazine as one of the top 21 artists under 31 in the Southwest. Cast bronze.


Pat Flynn – Bracelet

New York artist Pat Flynn is in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian, Museum of Art & Design, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, to name a few. Pairing blackened steel with precious stones and metals, his eye-catching jewelry breaks new ground. Hand-forged nail, diamond and 22-karat gold.


Matt Flint – “Wolf”

A Wyoming artist and art professor, Flint’s work is in the permanent collections of the State of Wyoming and the Nicolaysen Art Museum. His work occurs directly on the canvas, his thought process revealed in an archive of various textures, worked surfaces and the qualities of light he explores. 48” x 48”


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