February 19, 2018 Taos, New Mexico

The Harwood Museum of Art

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Work by Women: Nature Altered

Gallery: Mandelman-Ribak Gallery
Ginger Mongiello (1948), …And The Grasses Will Still be Singing, 2003
Jennifer Lynch (1961), Iridium, 2011
Terrie Hancock Mangat (1948), Taos Mountain Fireworks, 2011

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In the museum’s largest gallery, paintings borrowed from the studios of women working in Taos today are featured. Though the works themselves are not in the collection, the artists all have smaller pieces represented in the archives. The common theme here is color with a reference to the land and sky of Taos, hence the exhibition title: Nature Altered.

Exhibition List
Lisa Burge (1954), Interiors, 2017
Linda Ellis (1947), Cross Currents/Distant Cousins, 2016
Brenda Euwer (1960), Awakening, c. 1990
Kristine Keheley (1964) Hebridean Wind, 2001
Sandra Lerner (1944), Plant Geometry, 1996
Annell Livingston (1941), Fragments Geometry and Change #186, 2014
Jennifer Lynch (1961), Iridium, 2011
Terrie Hancock Mangat (1948), Taos Mountain Fireworks, 2011
Nicki Marx (1943), Transition, 1975
Ginger Mongiello (1948), …And The Grasses Will Still be Singing, 2003
Marcia Oliver (1938), Untitled, 1996
Susan Pasquarelli (1950), Flag Mountain Light Ring 20, 2011
Rosalind Rosen (1941), Golden Gate II, 2013
Mary Shaffer (1948), Pedestal Rope #17-36, 2017
Mimi Chen Ting (1946), Confetto 1 and 2, 2008
Suzanne Wiggin (1962), Holding, 2017
Barbara Zaring (1947), Creation, 2016