Karen Cordova specializes in micaceous pottery which is indigenous to Taos and Picuris Pueblos. Her work is traditionally made, hand coiled and pit fired and built from clay gathered from historic clay pits where native peoples have gathered clay for hundreds of years.
William deBuys came to the Truchas Library recently to read for us from two of his books. In fact deBuys lived in Truchas back in the early 70s and recalled tutoring local children in the very building that is now the library. Back then it was the school. Several old-timers greeted him and he remembered them by name. Very impressive.
“My journey, like that of many of my contemporaries, was a search for a place within which to be at peace and find love…” – An interview with David Sipp
Bill Loyd is the maker of remarkable bells and wind chimes here in Truchas, New Mexico, as well as stunning metal sculpture.
I have been creating and selling sculpture since high school, where I developed my conscious and personal emphasis on artistic design.
Alberto Jose Castagna was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he studied art in high school and a semester at the National Academy of Fine Arts.
Nick Beason is a printmaker, creating both monotypes and etchings, and co-owner of the Gaucho Blue Fine Art Gallery in Peñasco, New Mexico.