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A mainstay on Santa Fe’s historic Canyon Road since 1997, Abiquiú artist Lori Faye Bock will join Sharon Markwardt for the duo’s first joint exhibition at Waxlander Gallery. The fruits of their labor will appear under the title, “The Eyes Have It!” reflecting their subjects’ carefully crafted eyes — and both artists’ eye for detail.
The exhibit runs through Oct. 14. A reception for the artists is from 5-7 p.m. on Friday.
Markwardt and Bock, who had never met before, thought it would be ideal to lunch together in order to discuss a title for their upcoming show. “We realized we had a great deal in common with respects to our love of animals and the desire to communicate that passion to people through our paintings,” said Bock. “In addition, we discovered we were both fixated with whimsy, bright colors and attention to detail.”
Markwardt is a fourth generation Texan who always lived in the Metroplex until her daughter took an interest in horses. The family acquired two mares and relocated to the countryside south of Fort Worth in 2005, a fateful transition, which inspired her to take her lifelong painting career in a new direction.
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