Psychedelic Art By David Eichholtz Psychedelia and Psychedelic Art was influenced by surrealism, Dada, visual perception and Op Art along with other historical and cultural references such as Art Nouveau, Indian textiles and Pop Art. It defined the 1960s and Counter Culture movement and was ever present in rock culture on album covers, poster art and liquid light shows as the back drop for concerts on both the east and west coasts of the US at venues such as the Fillmore East
Honey Harris Show KBAC 98.1 - Radio Free Santa Fe September 30, 2016 Honey Harris on KBAC 98.1 Radio Free Santa Fe will interview curators David Eichholtz, Jennifer Joseph, and artists Terri Rolland and Sydney Cooper about The Santa Fe Art Project and "Women's Work" which opens on Friday, September 30 at David Richard Gallery #KBAC981RadioFreeSantaFe #JenniferJoseph #TerriRolland #SydneyCooper #TheSantaFeArtProject #DavidEichholtz #DavidRichardGallery
Hi Everybody! Santa Fe Collective is at large in the world! So read on to see what we have happening as the season changes! We are really happy to continue to show the work of Santa Fe artists in town and out in the world. Currently we are featuring the beautiful photographic work of Marion Wasserman at Verde on San Mateo. We are going to be rotating artists every 6 weeks, so stay tuned. Marion's work will be up until November 2. Molly Wagoner's mysterious photos up next!
Lil Wayne Drops
Pen and ink micro-pointillism
14" x 17" Aug. 5, 2015, 3 million gallons of wastewater contaminated with arsenic, beryllium, cadmium, and lead, among other toxic elements from a spill at the Gold King Mine near Silverton, Colorado, poisoned a tributary of the Animas River. The event was an ecological disaster. Within five days, the waste had reached the San Juan River on the Navajo Nation, contaminating ranch and farm lands, affecting cattl
On Aug. 5, 2015, 3 million gallons of wastewater contaminated with arsenic, beryllium, cadmium, and lead, among other toxic elements from a spill at the Gold King Mine near Silverton, Colorado, poisoned a tributary of the Animas River. The event was an ecological disaster. Within five days, the waste had reached the San Juan River on the Navajo Nation, contaminating ranch and farm lands, affecting cattle and crops. Two days after that, it had reached Lake Powell. Santa Fe
Andrew Cimelli When Hard Questions Have Easy Answers, 2016
Acrylic on canvas, 40" x 40" Albuquerque Journal
September 9, 2016
Jackie Jadrnak / Journal North Reporter Art collectives that have sprung up around Santa Fe out of frustration over trying to have their works seen by the public are getting a significant chance for exposure with a series of exhibitions planned at the David Richards Gallery.
Called The Santa Fe Art Project, the series of two-week exhibitions, with
September 8, 2016 ArtBeat Kathryn M. Davis David Eichholtz of David Richard Gallery discusses their latest series of rotating exhibitions, The Santa Fe Art Project, and why local art collectives have recently become significant in our town. Kathryn M. Davis interviews David Eichholtz, curator of The Santa Fe Art Project as well as Kade Twist, artist and Jennifer Joseph, curator "Women's Work" and Sydney Cooper , artist Click here to hear the interview #KathrynMDavis #
The inaugural edition of The Santa Fe Art Project showcases the most cutting-edge artwork of the Southwest’s cultural capitol. Eight curators from Santa Fe will feature over 50 established and emerging artists representing the best of the city’s contemporary art scene. The Santa Fe Art Project is a multi-faceted presentation of visual arts creativity in “The City Different.” Over an eight-week period, a series of rotating exhibitions of painting, sculpture, drawing, photogr