The spotlight for June shines on the Cloudcroft
Art Society. This group has long been
known to promote and foster local artistic
talent. Made up of an eclectic mix of
talent, a broad spectrum of mediums will be in
Participating artists are: Lyn Canham—strives
for a loose ‘painterly realism’ approach in her
pastels and watercolors. She paints en
plein air, painting on location in the open air
of the state’s mesas, river, canyons, forests,
Lynda Brugman—photography that captures
the innate beauty of the world we live in, at
times revealing a unique perspective for the
Anna Campbell—watercolors with many different
subjects. A member of the El Paso,
Cloudcroft and Rio Bravo Watercolor
Associations, she has won several awards.
Mo Malone—a folk artist, using newspaper,
masking tape and wire to fashion hard and soft
armatures; paper mache, leather and found
objects to design fanciful creations.
Deborah Welch—paints abstracts using acrylic as
her medium and color theory as her guide.
She has exhibited in numerous solo and group
shows in Illinois and New Mexico.
Nancy Apprill—works in many mediums, but feels
most comfortable with pottery and watercolor.
Has a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in
Art from Central Missouri State.
Cathy Jordan—pine needle baskets; cards
Rosa M. Rico Fernandez—acrylic and oil paintings
Donna Gordon—pastel paintings, prints, cards
Kay Turner—acrylic, watercolor paintings,
The show runs from June 1st thru 30th, with a
reception to meet the artists on Sunday
afternoon, June 9th, from 3 to 5 pm at the
gallery. Eagle Ranch is easy to find,
located at 7288 Hwy 54 – 70, mid point between
Alamogordo and Tularosa. Gallery hours are
the same as the store hours, 8 am to 6 pm, Mon
–Sat and 9 am to 6 pm on Sunday.