Will you be visiting Santa Fe, NM? There are so many amazing things to see in the city, from historical landmarks, top-notch restaurants, and an offering of art galleries that make Santa Fe one of the top art destinations in the country.
I am pleased to share that my art is represented by one of those galleries, Sorrel Sky. So when you come to our beautiful town, take a short walk just down the street from The Palace of the Governors to visit the gallery and view some of my latest works!
2014 is the Year of the Horse, and I’d like to share what’s just off the easel-
“Lookin’ for Tadpoles”
Texas State Historical Assoc. online store is a great place to find Rymer prints! Organized in Austin on March 2, 1897, the Texas State Historical Association is the oldest learned society in the state. When you purchase a Rymer print through TSHA, you are helping fund this organization (home to the Texas Almanac and countless other literature offerings, as well as historical maps). Right now through Dec. 10, any print purchased will also get you a free package of the new 2013 Christmas cards. Visit http://shop.tshaonline.org/Tamara-Rymer-By-Artist-Fine-Art/b/5761611011 and thank you!
If you will be in the Santa Fe, New Mexico area on July 24, stop by and see me at the Inn at Loretto, I will be their Artist in Residence that day! If you can’t make that you can probably find me painting on the patio at Michael Henington Fine Art the next day. The address of that gallery is 802 Canyon Road. I am taking some new art so be sure to visit!!
Now showing original paintings and prints at Buffalo River Art Gallery in Paola, Kansas! Going to Kansas City? It’s just a short drive south, and Paola is one of the top small towns in America. You can shop online at: http://buffaloriverarts.storenvy.com/
Michael Henington Fine Art has moved to the arts district in Santa Fe. The new location is at 802 Canyon Road. Be sure to stop by and see my latest artwork, and visit: www.heningtonfineart.com and www.tamararymer.com
Just completed, “He’s A Wild One” a 20 x 24 oil on canvas. This was really fun to paint! One of the first things I like to complete on horse paintings, are the eyes. I feel like I have to capture their personality, a bit of their soul, or I can’t complete the piece. In painting this particular work, I had the distinct pleasure of feeling like I was being stared at the whole time, by this fellow. Like he was keeping me company through the whole process. This painting is available.