“No other contemporary artist captures the human/equine bond more sympathetically than Gaiti.” Gallery& Studio magazine
Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) June 02, 2011
Ritch Gaiti is recognized for his moving and textured oil paintings of horses, buffalo, Native Americans and cowboys in his ‘paintings of another time, another place.’ Gallery and Studio magazine said of Gaiti’s work: “No other contemporary artist captures the human/equine bond more sympathetically than Gaiti.”
Gaiti’s paintings can be seen at One Artist Road at any time and the show represents an opportunity to view a larger body of work. Gaiti says: “There is an exciting energy when a horse runs free on the open range; a buffalo overlooks the plains that he rules; or a proud people enjoy a oneness with the land. The paintings are about change, evolution, and extinction—something emerges, something disappears. Each represents the spirit of a time long gone.”
The show, which will coincide with Santa Fe’s famed Indian Market, will be held at One Artist Road Fine Art, 142 Lincoln Ave, one block north of the historic Plaza. A new gallery, One Artist Road, is a beautiful showcase for emerging and established artists in the GALA Arts district. For more information about One Artist Road, visit http://www.OneArtistRoad.com.
About the Artist:
Gaiti is rapidly building a strong following with galleries and collectors throughout the world. He is known for his tactile and moving depictions of horses and the American West, winning awards at the American Plains Artists exhibition and the Trail of Painted Ponies National Art Competition. To view Gaiti’s work, visit http://www.Gaiti.com.
Alan Konecny (One Artist Road)