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Upcoming Events

Blue Rain Gallery's annual week of Indian Market shows

August 19-23, 2009 (show schedule above)


For nearly two decades the Blue Rain Gallery has been committed to excellence in Native American Art and Indian Market has become a keystone of its existence. We welcome you all to join us in our eighteenth year celebrating Indian Market with an exceptional week of shows and special events that illuminate the best new work available and many opportunities to meet the artists who created them.

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New Paintings by Doug West

September 4 - 21, 2009

Artist Reception: Friday, September 4, 5 - 7:30pm




Featured Artists

Doug West

For nearly 30 years Doug West has been capturing the complexities, vibrancy and structure of the southwest landscape—first as a master maker of prints and now deftly working with oils. His ardent depictions of New Mexico and the American West on canvas convey an altered sense of depth and richness. Blue Rain Gallery is pleased to be representing the artwork of Doug West.


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Major Successes


It is nice to know that in a challenged economy people still recognize the value of collecting fine works of art, particularly paintings by regionalist, Jim Vogel. Vogel uses color and non-square canvases to tell stories of people living in rural northern New Mexico. His generous and warm portrayals often impart a sense of humanity and articulate a lifestyle that is often overlooked in today’s fast-paced, computer-aged world. Although a great deal of the work sold in the last two weeks, there are still a few significant pieces remaining that could be perfect for your collection.

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Video Blog

Tammy Vid

Tammy Garcia

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Mateo Romero

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Ongoing Events

Preston Singletary: Echoes, Fire, and Shadows

July 11, 2009 – September 19, 2010 at the Museum of Glass


Blue Rain Gallery is proud to announce Preston Singletary’s first mid-career survey at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington. This exhibition, which contains works borrowed from major museums and private collections across the United States, illustrates Singletary’s artistic evolution over the past two decades and culminates in a dynamic new body of work created during his 2008 Visiting Artist Residency at the Museum of Glass.


Visions Beyond Clay: The Artwork of Tammy Garcia
May 23 - Oct. 4, 2009


Tammy Garcia's one-woman show at the Rockwell Museum of Western Art in Corning, New York will feature 22 of Garcia’s groundbreaking glass and bronze sculptures that go beyond her impressive talents in clay.

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