This weekend is the 10th Anniversary of Santa Fe's modern Railyard. There will be a lot of activities happening during the weekend in the Railyard with Sunday the 16th being the main day of celebration. The Railyard Artisan Market that I participate in every Sunday will also be part of the celebration and our hours will be extended for the event, 10-6. Many of the artists, myself included, have donated their unique work to the raffle that's also happening on Sunday. I have donated two pieces myself and I believe all the prizes will be displayed at the water tower. Come down, buy some art and tickets, and support the community. For more info click here
Tonight is the annual burning of Zozobra!
Every year I create artwork for the poster contest and also Zozofest. This year is 60's themed and although my work didn't make the poster it was chosen for one of the premium tickets. (which is why I can't share the full image until after the event)
Two of my pieces were also picked for the Historic Santa Fe Foundations El Zaguán sala on Canyon Road. The exhibition will open on Friday, September 7 from 5-7pm and continue through September 28, 2018.
For more info about Zozobra and to learn all about it ---> https://burnzozobra.com
Today was an exciting day, besides it being the first snowfall of the season, I also got to meet author/illustrator Jan Brett, who is currently on tour for her new book The Mermaid. She’s always been a favorite of mine since I was little. I remember my 1st grade teacher reading The Mitten to us and having us act it out for another class. Our mitten was just tape stuck to the floor in the shape of one. I loved her work then and even more now.
I've recently joined Spoonflower and my first design is in the top 25 for their Solar Eclipse Design Challenge.
More designs to come soon!
ZOZOFEST BEGINS SATURDAY AUGUST 26, 2017 from 10:00am-7:00pm at Santa Fe Place Mall
OFFICIAL PROGRAM STARTS AT 6:00pm
The Zozobra Art Show continues on SUNDAY, AUGUST 27 from 10:00am-4:00pm at Santa Fe Place Mall
Come view lots of Zozobra art! I have 6 pieces available to purchase during Zozofest.
The Santa Fe Studio Tour may be over, but there are plenty of pieces of work available still. If you see any work you're interested in just send a message through the contact page or email me at email@example.com. If you are in the Santa Fe area and would like to see my studio and art up close send me a message and we can schedule a visit.
Next month I will be participating in the Santa Fe Studio Tour! For two weekends my studio will be open to the public. I will be selling my work and also doing a demonstration. If you are in the are please stop by!
2017 Tour Dates: Last two weekends in June!
Friday June 16 5:30pm-7:30pm: Artists Reception at Santa Fe University of Art & Design
Saturday & Sunday June 17-18 10am-5pm: Art Studios & Preview Gallery Open
Saturday & Sunday June 24-25 10am-5pm: Art Studios Open Only
The Santa Fe Studio Tour 2017 will be two art-filled weekends. A free, self-guided tour open to the public, visitors can choose to tour any number of open studios and discover the original art – paintings, photography, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics and other unique works — with almost 70 Santa Fe artists. Many artists give demonstrations of their craft, share techniques and discuss what inspired their work. On Friday June 16 from 5:30pm – 7:30pm the tour begins with an Artists Reception at the Preview Gallery exhibiting artwork by all participating artists. The Preview Gallery is available for preview over the first weekend at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design. It is an opportunity for the public to view all the artists’ work and map out their weekend’s tour. Beginning Saturday June 17 and Sunday June 18 – and the following weekend Saturday June 24 and Sunday June 25 – from 10am to 5pm, all participating artists open their studio doors to collectors and visitors. Santa Fe Studio Tour officials describe the weekend as a “dynamic yet intimate total immersion in art where visitors can talk with the artists, experience their working environments and purchase art, all while enjoying the landscape of New Mexico, touring from one studio to the next!”
I am now selling selected images of my work on a variety of items through Society6.
Visit my shop and buy something nice for yourself!
& New art is always being added.
Stacey Sherman is an artist originally from Bennington, Vermont. After having a dream about the southwest she packed up her art supplies and ended up in Santa Fe, New Mexico.