Mark White Fine Art on historic Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico is poised to participate in the 17th Annual Santa Fe ARTfeast weekend. Presented by ARTsmart, an organization with a mission to support Santa Fe art school programs, ARTfeast will bring the Santa Fe community together in celebration of the arts and many of its forms, including architecture, fashion and food.
Mark White Fine Art is donating several pieces of art to the Art of Home Tour, which will take place Saturday and Sunday, February 22-23 from 12:00-4:00PM MST. Santa Fe Properties has handpicked eight standout Santa Fe abodes that will be staged with works of art from a plethora of Santa Fe galleries, including Mark White Fine Art. Each piece of art will be for sale and participants of the home tour will have the grand opportunity to appreciate Southwestern architecture paired with a vast array of inspired art. Mark White Fine Art is honored to be one of the participating galleries in this event. The Art of Home tour is free for admission, and for a mapped view of the home, please visit artsmartnm.org.
The gallery has also contributed two pieces of art, a sculpture by Mark White and a painting by Charles Veilleux, to the silent auction, which will take place in conjunction with the ARTfeast Champagne Brunch on Sunday, February 23 from 11:00AM-2:00PM MST. Chef Brett Sparman of Luminaria will offer a delectable menu, including champagne and mimosas. Then with a satisfied appetite, guests can bid on 100 items including sculptures and paintings of various mediums during the silent auction. The Brunch and auction will take place at the Inn & Spa at Loretto located at 211 Old Santa Fe Trail. The cost is $80 per person, or tables for ten can be purchased for $720. For additional information on the Champagne Brunch & Auction, please visit artsmartnm.org.
Mark White Fine Art is located on Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Visitors are welcomed by Mark White’s signature kinetic wind sculptures and are granted an inimitable journey through art and motion that continues as they cross the gallery’s threshold. Built in the 1700s, the gallery houses many mediums presented in new and exciting ways. Works by Javier Lopez Barbosa, Ethan White, Charles Veilleux and Mark White fill the gallery walls; and sculptures in bronze by jd Hansen round out the inside. Take a virtual tour of the gallery and read about the gallery’s latest happenings here: http://www.markwhitefineart.com.
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Name: Charles Veilleux
Organization: Mark White Fine Art
Address: 414 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501