Wild West



Roseta Santiago

anta Fe artist Roseta Santiago’s still life and figurative paintings are exceptional works of Western art. Recognized and collected internationally, they convey the artist’s understanding of light and shadow to reflect the depth and character of her subjects. Like soul and spirit, they radiate through the depths of the oil to] moved to New Mexico in 2000. Her surroundings inspire her. “I paint every day that I can,” she says. “And every day I have something new to say about art and why I am so consumed. I am completely inspired and will celebrate my senses and my life by painting and storytelling, because I cannot help myself. It is this gift to paint my thoughts that inspires me to pick up my brushes and embark on a journey of discovery. That is why I paint.” To see more of her work, visit Blue Rain Gallery [].

Vous lisez un aperçu, inscrivez-vous pour en lire plus.

Plus de Wild West

Wild West3 min de lecture
About An American Disruptor
Roland De Wolk earned a history degree at the University of California, Berkeley, spent years as a print, online and broadcast journalist, cofounded an online journalism site and is a senior lecturer at San Francisco State University’s journalism dep
Wild West11 min de lecture
Two Other Manly Western Pleasures
When we think of manly Western pleasures, we tend to think of dance halls, barrooms and gambling joints. Oftentimes these all resided under the same roof. Then, of course, there were the “ladies of the line,” good-time girls providing another type of
Wild West4 min de lecture
West Words
‘The greater portion of the laborers employed by us are Chinese, who constitute a large element in the population of California. Without them it would be impossible to complete the western portion of this great national enterprise within the time req