Ventana Fine Art - Art Galleries Santa Fe NM - Contemporary Artist

A Fine Art Gallery in Santa Fe, NM

Ventana Fine Art is located in the historical red brick schoolhouse on Santa Fe's famous Canyon Road. For 35 years, Ventana has enjoyed the reputation as one of the Southwest's premier exhibition spaces, showcasing the best in contemporary American painting and sculpture. Our comfortable sun-filled gallery opens to two inviting, beautifully landscaped sculpture gardens, and visitors are welcomed seven days a week.

Small, Sweet & Savory
Dec
14
to Dec 28

Small, Sweet & Savory

Ventana Fine Art invites Santa Feans and visitors to “Small, Sweet & Savory,” our show of miniature original paintings and sculptures in conjunction with the 2018 Canyon Road Holiday Block pARTy from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, December 14.

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Canyon Road Paint Out
Oct
20
10:00 AM10:00

Canyon Road Paint Out

Ventana Fine Art painters Angus, John Axton, Frank Balaam, Doug Dawson, Dick Evans, Natasha Isenhour, Barry McCuan, and Marshall Noice will be painting en plein air in Ventana’s sculpture gardens for the 2018 Historic Canyon Road Paint Out on Saturday, October 20.

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2017 Spring Arts Festival: Axton, Balaam, Isenhour, & McCuan. Featuring the work of Jennifer Davenport.
May
13
8:00 AM08:00

2017 Spring Arts Festival: Axton, Balaam, Isenhour, & McCuan. Featuring the work of Jennifer Davenport.

Featured Exhibition: Jennifer Davenport

Over her long and distinguished career, Jennifer Davenport withheld certain favorite paintings in a private studio collection for her personal enjoyment. After fighting a serious illness for the past 18 months, Jennifer has released the collection to Ventana.  Although unable to attend the festival her work will be featured in the gallery.

Participating artists: John Axton, Frank Balaam, Natasha Isenhour, and Barry McCuan

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