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Oct 03

Roswell Artist-in-Residence: Cate White

Posted to Past Museum Exhibitions by Sara Woodbury

About the Art, Cate White, Soldier, 2016, acrylic, spray paint, house paint, glitter on canvas, 45" x 65". Courtesy of the Artist.

Exhibit Overview
  • July 29-October 2, 2016
  • Marshall Winston Gallery

Exhibit Overview

"I use painting to access a direct experience of the body and the senses as a primary source of knowledge for aesthetic decision-making. This practice is part of my ongoing search for a more true vision of myself and the world, unconditioned by societal constructs."
Oct 07

Sylvia Leyba

Posted to Roswell's Most Wanted by Todd Wildermuth

Leyba is accused of trying to stab family members and others.

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Oct 03

Roswell Artist-in-Residence: Beverly Acha

Posted to Upcoming Museum Exhibitions by Sara Woodbury

Untitled, 2015, oil on canvas, 16 x 20
About the Art: Beverly Acha, Untitled, 2015, oil on canvas, 16" x 20"". Image courtesy of the artist.
Exhibit Details
  • December 16, 2016-January 29, 2017
  • Marshall Winston Gallery
  • Opening reception: Friday, December 16, lecture at 5:30 pm, reception 6:00-7:00, FREE

Exhibit Overview
Beverly Acha is a RAiR fellow whose paintings engage technology, science, nature, the cosmos, and human experience. Acha describes her work in the following quote:

"My paintings arise from a desire to connect with my own physicality. When I paint, I connect to a non-verbal, sensory understanding of my experience. The materiality of paint, surfaces I prepare, and haptic memories feed my process...I aim for the materiality of my work and its forms to activate the viewer's senses and to engage their awareness of nature, space, time, and scale."