Sapient Symbolism
American Art Collector|August 2020
Three women who experience and revel in the mysteries of nature are featured in the exhibition Sapient Symbolism at the Canyon Road facility of Manitou Galleries in Santa Fe, New Mexico, opening August 14 and continuing through September 6.

The gallery notes that the exhibition “features three women who focus on regional landscapes, animals and its peoples in an effort to convey our relationships with all three and our connection with Earth Mother.”

Sushe Felix was brought up in Colorado, influenced by the American regionalist and modernist art movements from the 1930s and ’40s, especially those who painted in Colorado and New Mexico. She paints landscapes in which she seeks to “instill a sense of joy along with a feeling of mystery and playfulness.”

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