Matthew Higginbotham in Santa Fe Paints an “Ode to Land and Sky”!
Waxlander Gallery and Sculpture Garden in Santa Fe announces its upcoming exhibition of Ode to Land and Sky, a one-man show of new work by local Santa Fe landscape impressionist, Matthew Higginbotham.
In 1995, Higginbotham made a creative transformation from pottery to painting. Though his work was immediately collected, it wasn’t until he moved to New Mexico that Higginbotham began to mature as a painter.
Higginbotham’s landscapes are an emotional response to the lands in which he lives. Classical landscape impressionists influence his contemporary scenes, but they move beyond Impressionism by subtly capturing finite moments. Higginbotham’s ability to portray the energy in clouds, the earth, trees and the rivers of New Mexico, is treasured by collectors worldwide.
We welcome you to experience Matthew Higginbotham’s Ode to Land and Sky, August 30 through September 12, with a reception for the artist on Friday, September 2, from 5 – 7pm