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Plains Shawl Dance

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: limited bronze edition of 18 Created and cast in the artist's lifetime

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Price: $9,500

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La Vie no. 71

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Glenn Green Galleries is proud to represent the paintings of internationally acclaimed artist Kenji Yoshida. Born in Japan in 1924, Yoshida spent most of his life living in Paris, France after World War II. Yoshida passed away in January 2009. He has been honored with a major exhibition at the British Museum that opened their new wing for Oriental Art. The Museum of Contemporary Art in Mexico City had a one-person show that attracted thousands of viewers. His friend Jose Ferez says of him: “All of Yoshida’s works come from internal visions. His paintings all have to do with the Japanese idea of seimei, the act of living. His work looks to the essence of life, which is why it is so dramatic. He works from his own shapes, his own images, what he sees in his meditations, from the inside out.”

Condition Report: excellent

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Price: $8,000

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Untitled Drawing

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: original drawing on paper. Small raised area on the handmade paper-this was drawn into by the artist

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Price: $12,000

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Dance With Wisdom

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Khang Pham was born in war-torn South Vietnam in 1968, the year of the Têt offensive. At the age of 12, together with two of his uncles he joined the exodus of “boat people” in search of a new life. Arriving in a refugee camp in Malaysia, he was separated from his uncles, ultimately to be adopted by an Australian family living in Canada. John New, a professor of European history, his wife Debbie, and their family of eight children (including Khang) were strongly supportive of Khang’s love of art. As early as high school, Khang’s artistic talents started to flourish. With the support of Barry McCarthy, his high school art teacher, (now an acclaimed Canadian painter), an art project revealed to Khang that the medium of sculpture could help him express himself both emotionally and artistically. Khang Pham-New studied at the Ontario College of Art where he majored in sculpture installation. Amongst other venues, Khang has exhibited throughout Toronto at the John B. Aird Gallery, the Queens Quay II Gallery, The Sculptor’s Society of Canada, and at the Pinedale Estates, a private sculpture garden north of Toronto. In 2005, three of Khang’s works were selected to exhibit in the prestigious Vancouver Sculpture Biennale. After almost 20 years, in October 1999, Khang travelled back to Vietnam to be reunited with his birth parents. In his continuing voyage of self-discovery, he began a process of reconnecting with his birth country and culture.

Condition Report: excellent

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Price: $90,000

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Cosmos

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Khang Pham was born in war-torn South Vietnam in 1968, the year of the Têt offensive. At the age of 12, together with two of his uncles he joined the exodus of “boat people” in search of a new life. Arriving in a refugee camp in Malaysia, he was separated from his uncles, ultimately to be adopted by an Australian family living in Canada. John New, a professor of European history, his wife Debbie, and their family of eight children (including Khang) were strongly supportive of Khang’s love of art. As early as high school, Khang’s artistic talents started to flourish. With the support of Barry McCarthy, his high school art teacher, (now an acclaimed Canadian painter), an art project revealed to Khang that the medium of sculpture could help him express himself both emotionally and artistically. Khang Pham-New studied at the Ontario College of Art where he majored in sculpture installation. Amongst other venues, Khang has exhibited throughout Toronto at the John B. Aird Gallery, the Queens Quay II Gallery, The Sculptor’s Society of Canada, and at the Pinedale Estates, a private sculpture garden north of Toronto. In 2005, three of Khang’s works were selected to exhibit in the prestigious Vancouver Sculpture Biennale. After almost 20 years, in October 1999, Khang travelled back to Vietnam to be reunited with his birth parents. In his continuing voyage of self-discovery, he began a process of reconnecting with his birth country and culture.

Condition Report: excellent

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Price: $175,000

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Goddess of the Viola

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Sculptor, painter, printmaker, & photographer, Eduardo Oropeza remains a commanding presence in contemporary art. He applied a high level of devotion and integrity to his artwork. After the many years he had been working at his chosen profession, he saw being an artist as a tremendous gift, which honored and humbled him. A native of California's San Joaquin Valley and long time resident of East Los Angeles, Oropeza's academic training began with the study of Sociology. After taking an art course, he ultimately changed majors and received a Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture from San Jose State. Post graduate work followed at San Jose, San Diego State at Long Beach and Palomar College. Oropeza’s contribution to public art in Los Angeles can be seen in a ceramic mosaic covering the 2 story Self Help Graphics Workshop building located at Ceasar Chavez and Gage streets in East Los Angeles. Oropeza donated his time and artistic talent to complete this multi-year project. The second phase of this project was the creation of a Virgin of Guadalupe shrine, shown here, for the community. Selected collections: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University, City of Sacramento, California, Mary Tyler Moore, Eartha Kitt, Juanita Jordan, BET Television, St. Regis Hotel, San Francisco

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Price: $6,500

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Bus Stop

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Sculptor, painter, printmaker, & photographer, Eduardo Oropeza remains a commanding presence in contemporary art. He applied a high level of devotion and integrity to his artwork. After the many years he had been working at his chosen profession, he saw being an artist as a tremendous gift, which honored and humbled him. A native of California's San Joaquin Valley and long time resident of East Los Angeles, Oropeza's academic training began with the study of Sociology. After taking an art course, he ultimately changed majors and received a Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture from San Jose State. Post graduate work followed at San Jose, San Diego State at Long Beach and Palomar College. Oropeza’s contribution to public art in Los Angeles can be seen in a ceramic mosaic covering the 2 story Self Help Graphics Workshop building located at Ceasar Chavez and Gage streets in East Los Angeles. Oropeza donated his time and artistic talent to complete this multi-year project. The second phase of this project was the creation of a Virgin of Guadalupe shrine, shown here, for the community. Selected collections: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University, City of Sacramento, California, Mary Tyler Moore, Eartha Kitt, Juanita Jordan, BET Television, St. Regis Hotel, San Francisco

Condition Report: excellent

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Price: $3,500

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Con Amor

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Sculptor, painter, printmaker, & photographer, Eduardo Oropeza remains a commanding presence in contemporary art. He applied a high level of devotion and integrity to his artwork. After the many years he had been working at his chosen profession, he saw being an artist as a tremendous gift, which honored and humbled him. A native of California's San Joaquin Valley and long time resident of East Los Angeles, Oropeza's academic training began with the study of Sociology. After taking an art course, he ultimately changed majors and received a Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture from San Jose State. Post graduate work followed at San Jose, San Diego State at Long Beach and Palomar College. Oropeza’s contribution to public art in Los Angeles can be seen in a ceramic mosaic covering the 2 story Self Help Graphics Workshop building located at Ceasar Chavez and Gage streets in East Los Angeles. Oropeza donated his time and artistic talent to complete this multi-year project. The second phase of this project was the creation of a Virgin of Guadalupe shrine, shown here, for the community. Selected collections: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University, City of Sacramento, California, Mary Tyler Moore, Eartha Kitt, Juanita Jordan, BET Television, St. Regis Hotel, San Francisco

Condition Report: excellent

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Price: $5,500

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Black and White Panama Rain Forest Basket

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Rain forest baskets The baskets are made by the Wounaan and Embera Indians from the Darien Rainforest in Panama. The Wounaan believe they emerged from the palm tree. They weave baskets from palm fiber and use natural dyes. The dyes are made from wood, plants and earth. To achieve a particular color takes weeks. The rainforest baskets are of the highest quality to be found anywhere in the world. Comparable to the North American Pomo and Panamint baskets, widely considered as the best weavers in the world. The Wounaan and Embera are the finest weavers working today. The area in which they live is extremely remote and dangerous to reach. From Panama City it may take between two to five days by plane and boat. There is guerrilla activity, drug smuggling and wildlife to complicate to travel to this region. Since 1993, Glenn Green Galleries has exhibited these beautiful works of art. Our supplier is the third generation of his family to work with this tribe and to encourage their crafts. The Wounaan and Embera Indians from the Darien jungles of Panama are talented artists and are famous for weaving beautiful baskets. The baskets range from simple utilitarian to prize masterpieces that are intricate and design and complex in weave. The basket colors are all 100 percent natural and are extracted from fruits, leaves, tree bark and other natural products found in the jungle. The dye process is painstakingly tedious and often requires weeks to obtain a particular color. The motifs are Atlantic Native American Indian designs and used throughout the Western Hemisphere (including what is now the American Southwest) in pre-Columbian pottery and rock drawings. Today, both sexes of the Wounaan and Embera Indians continue to use any of the basket designs in their body painting and tattooing ceremonies. Based on strong cultural traditions, the Wounaan and Embera Indians are racially pure and inter- tribal and mixed-race are virtually nonexistent. The Darien cultures of the Wounaan and Embera Indians are intact and many tribesmen live today just as their ancestors did when Europeans came to the Americas. The Wounaan and Embera Indians continue to live harmoniously with nature in Darien Rainforests and have few skills this to cope with the demands of the encroaching modern world. The purchase of these unique baskets provides an alternative, yet direct, income, to the Wounaan and Embera Indians, and further protects the Darien Rainforest. Glenn Green Galleries, established 1966 is proud to exhibit the fine weavings of the Wounaan and Embera Tribes of Panama. The gallery’s primary focus is to promote the artwork by artists we admire.

Condition Report: excellent

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Price: $7,500

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Tablita

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Paul Moore was born in Oklahoma City a member of the (Creek) Muscogee Nation. Moore has sculpted more than 110 commissions for numerous municipal, corporate, private, and international collections. He has received awards from the National Sculpture Society in New York City, the 45th Annual Cowboy Artist for America Show, and the University of Oklahoma.

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Price: $12,000

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Hesot Kachin Mana

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: limited bronze edition 18

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Price: $45,000

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Pueblo Shield

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: unique work on canvas

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Price: $26,000

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Sunlight Cottonwood

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: John Hogan A graduate of Northeast Louisiana State University with a Bachelors degree and New Mexico Highlands University with a Masters in Art Hogan studied with Edward Schutz and Elmer Schooley both exceptional landscape painters. "At Northeast Schutz introduced me to Nature as subject matter and gave me the opportunity for the first time to immerse myself in a variety of visual media that seemed to have limitless possibilities. It was Shutz, also a Highlands University graduate, who suggested I go to New Mexico to study with his old mentor Elmer Schooley. My interest in the patterns found in nature are a direct result of Dr. Schooleys influence. In the 1960s Schooley introduced us to the work of Pierre Bonnard which opened up a whole new paradigm about the nature of color and light." Hogan taught art at the University of Texas at El Paso where he became deeply involved in both drawing and printmaking techniques that have merged in many ways with his painting. Since the 1970s Hogan has exhibited widely throughout the Southwest as well as abroad. Hogan has work in the Santa Fe Museum of Art, The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art in Indianapolis, Indiana and is represented in many private and corporate collections.

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Price: $18,000

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Listen

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: bronze and limestone

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Price: $4,200

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Desert Rainbow

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: lifetime casting

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Price: $12,000

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Hershey and His Twin Sons Ricky and Toby Lewis

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Wearable art inspired by Melanie Yazzie's monotypes and paintings. Sterling Silver bolo tie.. Sterling silver designs by this internationally known multi-media artist are meant to bring beauty, strength and protection to the wearer.

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Price: $575

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She's Singing

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Wearable art inspired by Melanie Yazzie's monotypes and paintings. Sterling Silver pendant/enhancer. Sterling silver designs by this internationally known multi-media artist are meant to bring beauty, strength and protection to the wearer. Beads sold separately. Contact the gallery for details.

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Price: $575

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Bitter Water Girl

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Wearable art inspired by Melanie Yazzie's monotypes and paintings. Sterling Silver pendant/enhancer. Sterling silver designs by this internationally known multi-media artist are meant to bring beauty, strength and protection to the wearer. Beads sold separately. Contact the gallery for details.

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Price: $575

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She Helps Me

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Wearable art inspired by Melanie Yazzie's monotypes and paintings. Sterling Silver pendant/enhancer. Sterling silver designs by this internationally known multi-media artist are meant to bring beauty, strength and protection to the wearer.

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Price: $475

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Sombra Girl

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Wearable art inspired by Melanie Yazzie's monotypes and paintings. Sterling Silver pendant/enhancer. Turquoise beads available for an additional price. Contact Glenn Green Galleries for details.

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Price: $475

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Pollinator Earrings

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Glenn Green Galleries presents jewelry designed by Melanie Yazzie. Inspired by her monotypes and paintings. Made in Santa Fe, USA

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Price: $225

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Sorted

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: unique framed work from the "Tiny Emotions" series

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Price: $475

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Travel to There

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: unique framed work from the "Tiny Emotions" series

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Price: $475

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Reflecting

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: framed unique work from the "Tiny Emotions" series

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Clear

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: framed unique work from the "Tiny Emotions" series

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Price: $475

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Lost and Found

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: framed unique work from the "Tiny Emotions" series

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Price: $475

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History Lost

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: framed unique work from the "Tiny Emotions" series

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Price: $475

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Listen To

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: framed unique

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Price: $475

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Walk

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: unique framed work

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Price: $475

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Layered

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: unique work on paper from the "Tiny Emotions" series

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Price: $475

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Yelp

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: unique Rodger Jacobsen’s sculpture is at once inspiring, amusing and quite frankly, amazing. Inspiring, in the beautiful classical forms he creates in a modern style, amusing, in certain pieces which make witty statements, and amazing, because he works primarily in steel that he says, “is great material to manipulate and play with.” In his talented hands, this unyielding medium is as malleable as clay. A well-known sculptor, Jacobsen has devoted his life to his art. He travels widely and teaches life drawing at City College of San Francisco. His work has been exhibited and collected internationally.

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Price: $16,000

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Red Kiwi

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: numbered open bronze edition

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Price: $3,600

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Long Gone

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: bronze edition 8 Rodger Jacobsen’s sculpture is at once inspiring, amusing and quite frankly, amazing. Inspiring, in the beautiful classical forms he creates in a modern style, amusing, in certain pieces which make witty statements, and amazing, because he works primarily in steel that he says, “is great material to manipulate and play with.” In his talented hands, this unyielding medium is as malleable as clay. A well-known sculptor, Jacobsen has devoted his life to his art. He travels widely and teaches life drawing at City College of San Francisco. His work has been exhibited and collected internationally.

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Price: $22,000

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Summer Sky

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: John Hogan A graduate of Northeast Louisiana State University with a Bachelors degree and New Mexico Highlands University with a Masters in Art Hogan studied with Edward Schutz and Elmer Schooley both exceptional landscape painters. "At Northeast Schutz introduced me to Nature as subject matter and gave me the opportunity for the first time to immerse myself in a variety of visual media that seemed to have limitless possibilities. It was Shutz, also a Highlands University graduate, who suggested I go to New Mexico to study with his old mentor Elmer Schooley. My interest in the patterns found in nature are a direct result of Dr. Schooleys influence. In the 1960s Schooley introduced us to the work of Pierre Bonnard which opened up a whole new paradigm about the nature of color and light." Hogan taught art at the University of Texas at El Paso where he became deeply involved in both drawing and printmaking techniques that have merged in many ways with his painting. Since the 1970s Hogan has exhibited widely throughout the Southwest as well as abroad. Hogan has work in the Santa Fe Museum of Art, The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art in Indianapolis, Indiana and is represented in many private and corporate collections.

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Price: $24,000

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Levi Black Sheep Dreams of Flying

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: limited bronze edition 15 MELANIE YAZZIE, who has been represented by Glenn Green Galleries since 1994, is talented as a sculptor, painter and printmaker. She is a university professor who teaches two-dimensional art and is much sought after as an informative and insightful lecturer. She often takes part in collaborative art projects with indigenous artists in New Zealand, Siberia, Australia, Canada, Mexico and Japan, and in addition to teaching at the Institute of American Indian Arts, the College of Santa Fe, University of Arizona, and now at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Yazzie has conducted classes at the Pont-Aven School of Art in France. Of her journeys she says: “It’s at these gatherings and traveling from place to place that fuels my work and revitalizes my spirit!” "My artwork is culturally based in my heritage of being a Diné (Navajo) person. The artworks stem from the thought and belief that what we create must have beauty and harmony from within ourselves, from above, below, in front, behind and from our core. We are taught to seek out beauty and create it with our thoughts and prayers. I feel that when I am making my art, be it a print, a painting or a sculpture, I begin by centering myself and thinking it all out in a “good way”, which is how I was taught from an early age. My work speaks about travel and transformation." - Melanie Yazzie

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Price: $6,500

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My Angel

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Sculptor, painter, printmaker, & photographer, Eduardo Oropeza remains a commanding presence in contemporary art. He applied a high level of devotion and integrity to his artwork. After the many years he had been working at his chosen profession, he saw being an artist as a tremendous gift, which honored and humbled him. A native of California's San Joaquin Valley and long time resident of East Los Angeles, Oropeza's academic training began with the study of Sociology. After taking an art course, he ultimately changed majors and received a Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture from San Jose State. Post graduate work followed at San Jose, San Diego State at Long Beach and Palomar College. Oropeza’s contribution to public art in Los Angeles can be seen in a ceramic mosaic covering the 2 story Self Help Graphics Workshop building located at Ceasar Chavez and Gage streets in East Los Angeles. Oropeza donated his time and artistic talent to complete this multi-year project. The second phase of this project was the creation of a Virgin of Guadalupe shrine for the community.

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Price: $10,000

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War Pony

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: limited bronze edition 20

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Price: $85,000

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Two Minds Meeting

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: limited edition 24 MELANIE YAZZIE, who has been represented by Glenn Green Galleries since 1994, is talented as a sculptor, painter and printmaker. She is a university professor who teaches two-dimensional art and is much sought after as an informative and insightful lecturer. She often takes part in collaborative art projects with indigenous artists in New Zealand, Siberia, Australia, Canada, Mexico and Japan, and in addition to teaching at the Institute of American Indian Arts, the College of Santa Fe, University of Arizona, and now at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Yazzie has conducted classes at the Pont-Aven School of Art in France. Of her journeys she says: “It’s at these gatherings and traveling from place to place that fuels my work and revitalizes my spirit!” "My artwork is culturally based in my heritage of being a Diné (Navajo) person. The artworks stem from the thought and belief that what we create must have beauty and harmony from within ourselves, from above, below, in front, behind and from our core. We are taught to seek out beauty and create it with our thoughts and prayers. I feel that when I am making my art, be it a print, a painting or a sculpture, I begin by centering myself and thinking it all out in a “good way”, which is how I was taught from an early age. My work speaks about travel and transformation." - Melanie Yazzie

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Price: $4,500

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White River Woman

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: We had the great pleasure of sharing a personal friendship with American master sculptor, ALLAN HOUSER, and represented his work for 20 years preceding his death in 1994.We actively seek sculptures for resale by this artist that were completed during this time period. Contact our gallery for information on the consignment of your Allan Houser sculpture. (505) 820-0008 Houser, an Apache Indian, was born in 1914 and was the first child born in freedom after his tribe was released from 27 years of captivity by the United States Government. His father, Sam Haozous, had surrendered with the Chiricahua Apache Chief Geronimo in 1886. He grew up listening to his father’s tales of growing up on the warpath and also heard him sing Geronimo’s medicine songs These experiences had a profound impact on Houser and later imbued his artwork with his unique Apache heritage. An artist who is known throughout the world, Allan Houser’s work is part of such collections as those of the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, Dahlem Museum in Berlin, the Royal family of Great Britain, the National Portrait Gallery and Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. Allan Houser was the recipient of the Palmes d’ Academique of France as well as two Guggenheim Fellowships. President George H. Bush presented him with our nation’s most prestigious award to artists, the National Medal of Arts, in 1992.

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Price: $120,000

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The Reader

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: bronze edition 12 Rodger Jacobsen’s sculpture is at once inspiring, amusing and quite frankly, amazing. Inspiring, in the beautiful classical forms he creates in a modern style, amusing, in certain pieces which make witty statements, and amazing, because he works primarily in steel that he says, “is great material to manipulate and play with.” In his talented hands, this unyielding medium is as malleable as clay. A well-known sculptor, Jacobsen has devoted his life to his art. He travels widely and teaches life drawing at City College of San Francisco. His work has been exhibited and collected internationally.

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Price: $34,000

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Matrimony

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Khang Pham was born in war-torn South Vietnam in 1968, the year of the Têt offensive. At the age of 12, together with two of his uncles he joined the exodus of “boat people” in search of a new life. Arriving in a refugee camp in Malaysia, he was separated from his uncles, ultimately to be adopted by an Australian family living in Canada. John New, a professor of European history, his wife Debbie, and their family of eight children (including Khang) were strongly supportive of Khang’s love of art. As early as high school, Khang’s artistic talents started to flourish. With the support of Barry McCarthy, his high school art teacher, (now an acclaimed Canadian painter), an art project revealed to Khang that the medium of sculpture could help him express himself both emotionally and artistically. Khang Pham-New studied at the Ontario College of Art where he majored in sculpture installation. Amongst other venues, Khang has exhibited throughout Toronto at the John B. Aird Gallery, the Queens Quay II Gallery, The Sculptor’s Society of Canada, and at the Pinedale Estates, a private sculpture garden north of Toronto. In 2005, three of Khang’s works were selected to exhibit in the prestigious Vancouver Sculpture Biennale. After almost 20 years, in October 1999, Khang travelled back to Vietnam to be reunited with his birth parents. In his continuing voyage of self-discovery, he began a process of reconnecting with his birth country and culture.

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Price: $75,000

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Canyon and Clouds

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: John Hogan A graduate of Northeast Louisiana State University with a Bachelors degree and New Mexico Highlands University with a Masters in Art Hogan studied with Edward Schutz and Elmer Schooley both exceptional landscape painters. "At Northeast Schutz introduced me to Nature as subject matter and gave me the opportunity for the first time to immerse myself in a variety of visual media that seemed to have limitless possibilities. It was Shutz, also a Highlands University graduate, who suggested I go to New Mexico to study with his old mentor Elmer Schooley. My interest in the patterns found in nature are a direct result of Dr. Schooleys influence. In the 1960s Schooley introduced us to the work of Pierre Bonnard which opened up a whole new paradigm about the nature of color and light." Hogan taught art at the University of Texas at El Paso where he became deeply involved in both drawing and printmaking techniques that have merged in many ways with his painting. Since the 1970s Hogan has exhibited widely throughout the Southwest as well as abroad. Hogan has work in the Santa Fe Museum of Art, The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art in Indianapolis, Indiana and is represented in many private and corporate collections.

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Price: $16,000

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Horizontes (Horizons)

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: limited bronze edition 10 Sculptor, painter, printmaker, & photographer, Eduardo Oropeza remains a commanding presence in contemporary art. He applied a high level of devotion and integrity to his artwork. After the many years he had been working at his chosen profession, he saw being an artist as a tremendous gift, which honored and humbled him. A native of California's San Joaquin Valley and long time resident of East Los Angeles, Oropeza's academic training began with the study of Sociology. After taking an art course, he ultimately changed majors and received a Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture from San Jose State. Post graduate work followed at San Jose, San Diego State at Long Beach and Palomar College. Oropeza’s contribution to public art in Los Angeles can be seen in a ceramic mosaic covering the 2 story Self Help Graphics Workshop building located at Ceasar Chavez and Gage streets in East Los Angeles. Oropeza donated his time and artistic talent to complete this multi-year project. The second phase of this project was the creation of a Virgin of Guadalupe shrine for the community.

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Price: $75,000

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Silhouette Embraced

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Khang Pham was born in war-torn South Vietnam in 1968, the year of the Têt offensive. At the age of 12, together with two of his uncles he joined the exodus of “boat people” in search of a new life. Arriving in a refugee camp in Malaysia, he was separated from his uncles, ultimately to be adopted by an Australian family living in Canada. John New, a professor of European history, his wife Debbie, and their family of eight children (including Khang) were strongly supportive of Khang’s love of art. As early as high school, Khang’s artistic talents started to flourish. With the support of Barry McCarthy, his high school art teacher, (now an acclaimed Canadian painter), an art project revealed to Khang that the medium of sculpture could help him express himself both emotionally and artistically. Khang Pham-New studied at the Ontario College of Art where he majored in sculpture installation. Amongst other venues, Khang has exhibited throughout Toronto at the John B. Aird Gallery, the Queens Quay II Gallery, The Sculptor’s Society of Canada, and at the Pinedale Estates, a private sculpture garden north of Toronto. In 2005, three of Khang’s works were selected to exhibit in the prestigious Vancouver Sculpture Biennale. After almost 20 years, in October 1999, Khang travelled back to Vietnam to be reunited with his birth parents. In his continuing voyage of self-discovery, he began a process of reconnecting with his birth country and culture.

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Price: $225,000

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Passage

Ships From: Santa Fe, NM US

Description: Harriet Johns began working in enamel in the early 70s in industrial enamel plants in United States. This medium was a revelation. Johns knew she had found her natural medium. A lifetime of travel, looking and questioning plus an intuitive feeling for the expressive power of color provide her shifting but internally consistent subject matter. This medium is not only beautiful, but extremely durable. It works well in interior applications as well as outdoor installations. Corporate Collections: •Hanover Capitol, New York •Clorox Corporation, Oakland •Crocker National Bank, San Francisco •Aluminex, San Francisco •Transamerica, San Francisco •Hyatt Regency, San Francisco •Barclays Bank, San Francisco

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Price: $37,000

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