Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Tathagata Coffee -- Santa Fe

We hung the YayBig Print Exchange at Tathagata Coffee in Santa Fe, on October 4th, 2016.  It ran through December 21st, 2016.  We were very pleased to show in Trevor's coffee shop.

Tathagata Coffee Open Hours (55 Canada del Rancho, Santa Fe):

Monday-Friday, 7 am - 2 pm (closed sometimes in late morning, while Trevor teaches an art class)
Saturday 8 am - 2 pm
Sunday closed

Our prints next to the big gong

artist and owner of Tathagata Coffee,
in front of the lithograph 
he did at Tamarind Institute

Hanging the print show,
on a tripod

Artwork by Karsten Creightney,
hangs with the YayBig Print Exchange.
Karsten is a great printmaker from Albuquerque

Tathagata Coffee --  55 Canada del Rancho -- is located in a quieter part of Santa Fe, on the "other side of the Interstate" from the Plaza and most of the activity.  However, it is near the Santa Fe Community College and the Institute of American Indian Art:

 Tathagata Coffee

Tathagata Coffee
at the end of Rancho Viejo Blvd

Ad in the November issue of
THE Magazine of Santa Fe

Federico Villalba from El Paso,
in front of his print (horse image).
Federico did the above ad in THE Magazine

I'm also looking forward to getting a Conrad E9 press to bring in before the exhibition is over.  

Currently Robert Williams, founder of Juxtapoz Magazine, is also showing in Santa Fe, at CCA (until November 27th):

giving a gallery tour at CCA in Santa Fe,
on September 24th

I also have another print show going on concurrently in November.  Mexican pop-surreal serigraphs at ACE Barbershop in downtown Albuquerque (109 4th St SW).

This serigraph by Smithe 
Smithe is featured in this month's issue of 
Hi-Fructose (Volume 41, November 2016)


Also we moved our Portland print show from Tucson to El Paso.  The mostly serigraph prints hanging are made by artists from Flight 64.

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