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Taos artist Mark Gould has been featured prominently in a six-page article in August’s edition of Southwest Art Magazine.
Gould’s contemporary, vibrant and compelling paintings reflect his out-of-the-box way of thinking, where the boundaries of convention are challenged through vivid landscapes.
Raised in a small farming community in Iowa, Gould taps into his memories as a child as inspiration before embarking on most paintings.
Now a Taos resident with his wife, Mary Domito, Gould has always been deeply affected by New Mexico’s landscape.
Yet, when it comes to his artistic interpretations, he offers imaginative renditions which offer “sensory based experiences” that are transformative. “Taos has staggeringly beautiful combinations of geology, meteorology, and astronomy,” he said. “Just stand at the Rio Grande Gorge’s edge while a full moon rises above the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the sun sets behind the Brazos, and you will see what I mean.”
The Southwest Art Magazine by Rosemary Carstens said of Gould: “Gould is achieving growing recognition for his bold approach to interpreting the natural world.”
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