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Keeping the Good Work Rolling

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Seattle Print Arts survey keeps the audience on its toes

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Short Reviews

Written on October 1, 1995 at 12:00 am, by

By Richard Tobin, The Magazine, 1995 Now David was small but oh my… The choice of the title Slingshot for the recent group exhibition (901 W. San Mateo) symbolized the daunting task of several Northern New Mexico artists taking aim at the Goliath of Santa Fe’s art market. The results were impressive. The highly professional  Continue Reading »

Slingshot Hits a Bulls Eye

Written on July 1, 1995 at 12:00 am, by

By Rick Romancito The Taos News, July 20,1995 B4 What do six Taos artists and one from Santa Fe have in common? More than you’d think. Strength is in numbers, according to a group of Taos artists (and one from Santa Fe) who call themselves “Slingshot.” The newly formed alliance — consisting of Wendy Orville,  Continue Reading »

Marc Baseman / Wendy Orville

Written on July 1, 1992 at 12:00 am, by

Marc Baseman / Wendy Orville at the Barber Shop Gallery, Taos, New Mexico By Tom Collins, The Magazine, July 1992 With each successive exhibition, the Barber Shop Gallery in Rancho de Taos gently but insidiously undermines the tourist-targeted, postcard-aesthetic zeitgeist that pervades this fawning “art colony.” The work presented by director/owner Wes Mills (himself a  Continue Reading »

The Spare Landscape Evokes Emotion

Written on November 1, 1989 at 12:00 am, by

New Haven Register, Sunday, November 26, 1989 Page D3 By Maxine Olderman. a freelance writer and art critic for the Register, has a degree in art history from Connecticut College. From the shores of Caumsett Long Island and the fjords of Eduard Munch’s Norway comes the inspiration for Wendy Orville’s paintings and drawings. A collection  Continue Reading »