• Waxlander Art Gallery

    Waxlander Art Gallery

  • Phyllis Kapp

    Phyllis Kapp

  • Matthew Higginbotham

    Matthew Higginbotham

  • Andree Hudson

    Andree Hudson

  • Bruce King

    Bruce King

  • Marshall Noice

    Marshall Noice

  •  Suzanne Donazetti

    Suzanne Donazetti

  • Christopher Owen Nelson

    Christopher Owen Nelson

Waxlander Art Gallery & Sculpture Garden

Celebrating 30 years of excellence!

Waxlander Art Gallery & Sculpture Garden is Proud to announce that Phyllis Kapp will be the Honorary ArtFeast Artist for 2014!!

Phyllis Waxlander Kapp founded Waxlander Gallery in December 1985 on her 55th birthday. The gallery started out as Phyllis’s one-room studio. Today it is a fifteen-room Canyon Road landmark.

Our beautiful bronze moose by Jim Budish welcomes you to the property where you see a garden filled with serene stone fountains made of New Mexico Travertine by Greg Robertson, and colorful flowering totems by Terrell Powell. Then cross the threshold and experience our extensive collection.

Our artists include the noted joyful landscape water colorist, Phyllis Kapp, oil landscapes from Marshall Noice, lively Southwestern scenes in acrylic by Andree Hudson, and luminous oils landscapes of Matthew Higginbotham and the carved Plexiglass works of Christopher Owen Nelson. Enjoy these and over 30 other creative and colorful artists.

If you are planning a trip to Santa Fe, we recommend that you stay at Phyllis’s daughter, Wendy Kapp’s ‘Two Casitas’ for a truly special southwestern experience. Click Here to Reserve your stay.

We invite you to explore our website, where you can see inspired works from all of our artists.

Blog

Art in Autumn

  • Waxlander
  • Oct 25, 2014

Leaves are changing all along Canyon Road. Rich greens are replaced with oranges, reds, and yellows. The dried rustle as the breeze blows through them signals the approach of cooler weather. Visitors stroll thr... Keep Reading

Painting En Plein Air|The Canyon Road Paint Out&Sculpt Out

  • Waxlander
  • Oct 16, 2014

  October is a beautiful time of year in Santa Fe. The air has a crisp feel as it chills, and the mountains burst into color as the aspen leaves turn stunning shades of yellow and orange. It is against this ba... Keep Reading