Roxanne Swentzell: Extra-ordinary People (2002)
 

Roxanne Swentzell is one of the most intriguing and acclaimed contemporary sculptors in the Southwest. Her human figures are up to three feet tall and made with coiled clay in the traditional Santa Clara Pueblo pottery manner. They capture a droll beauty enhanced by humor and dignity. 

Roxanne Swentzell: ExtraOrdinary People features Swentzell's insights on the meaning of each piece, both personally and from the Pueblo perspective. Her sculptures are internationally collected and she has earned top awards at the Santa Fe Indian Market and the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market.

 Hardcover, 96 pages, 85 color plates, 10 1/2" x 8 1/2"



 
Joel Greene: New Mexico Modernist (2004)

Joel Greene, who was raised in Northern New Mexico, has been called one of the most elegant of abstractionists. His work includes landscapes, still life, and figurative. Limited Editions are signed and numbered and include a signed and numbered three-color intaglio etching, created and printed by Greene in his Santa Fe studio.

Hardcover, 96 pages, 85 color plates, 10-1/2" x 8-1/2"
Shelter From the Storm: The Photography of Kirk Gittings (2005)
 

This small, beautiful volume collects the best of Kirk Gittings' photographs of New Mexico. His stunning images include well-known photos of the ruins at Chaco Canyon, ancient churches of northern New Mexico, and some of the state's most contemporary buildings.

88 pages, 75 color and b&w photos, 9 x 7 ¼ inches.

Edited: Jean-Claude Gaugy: Linear Expressionist (2001)

Handsomely designed & printed large-format hardcover monograph on this important French/American contemporary linear expressionist artist, with 90 color plates & four gatefold images.
Edited
Heavens to Betsy...the sunny side of growing old, by Marv Mattis (2017)


A treasured Crestone elder reflects on life, people, and hittin' the town in a motorized Walmart cart...
As the Spirit Stands Still: Photographs by Craig Varjabedian (1998)

80 pages, hand-bound, limited edition

A photographic and poetic meditation on past and present, land, faith, and community in Northern New Mexico