Presented by Gwen Peterson. Working predominantly with serigraphy (also known as silkscreen) since 1973, Gwen Entz Peterson has worked on images great and small. The body of her work is predominantly contemporary landscape, but sometimes also totally abstract. The hard edges, brilliant colors and close color tones lend themselves well to a contemporary look with definite abstract aspects. Design and color always play important roles in her work as she strives to show the diverse beauty of the Southwest with its large skies, mesas, mountains, and canyons. Occasionally for a change of pace a pastel finds its way into her output, as that can be completed in a short amount of time as compared to the lengthy process involved with a serigraph. The Open Space Visitor Center gallery is open Tues - Sat. Call (505)768-4950 for information.
Art Exhibit: New Mexico Landscapes
- 6500 Coors Boulevard NW
- Albuquerque, NM 87120
- Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center
- Recurring daily