CONTEMPLATIVE LANDSCAPE EXHIBIT : 2011 - 2012
Neptune is a featured photographer in the beautiful new exhibit " Contemplative Landscape " at the New Mexico History Musem, October 2011 - December 2012
BUENOS AIRES, FIRST IMPRESSIONS. May - September, 2011
Opening Reception, Friday, May 27, 5-8pm, 728 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501.
Having recently returned from 100 days in South America, Teresa Neptune shares with us her first impressions of the lively and enigmatic streets of Buenos Aires in her new exhibition of black & white photographs, "Buenos Aires, First Impressions."
She says, "Buenos Aires caught me by surprise with its richness of spirit and vibrant street life that unpeels like an onion; my first impression leads me to believe that I will be photographing its abundant layers for many, many years."
Exhibit continues through September 2011.
(see online images here)
GRAND OPENING EXHIBIT - 2010
Black & White Photographs of Rural New Mexico by Teresa Neptune,
To open the new Studio/Gallery at 728 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 98501
Opening Reception & Grand Opening Celebration: May 28, 2010, Friday, 5:30 - 8:00pm.
Exhibit continues through August 2010.
ROAD TRIPS TO THE MOON with Poet MIRIAM SAGAN
A Work In Progress
Teresa Neptune Studio / Gallery
July 24, 2009 - August 16, 2009
Opening Reception & Reading: Friday, July 24, 2009, 5:30-7:30PM
Gallery Talk & Reading: Saturday, July 25, 2PM
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616 1/2 (Canyon Alley) Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501
An Exhibition of Photographs and Poetry - An Ongoing Collaboration between Teresa Neptune
& Miriam Sagan. Two artists and cousins hit the New Mexico highways, in search of photographs
and poems; road trips to The VLA, Pie Town, Truth or Consequences and Tent Rocks provide
ample material for both.
Last October Miriam Sagan and Teresa Neptune were feeling especially creative and headed out
together for the New Mexico hinterlands, with camera and pen in hand to try something new.
They hoped the experience of photographing a place and writing about it simultaneously would
enhance the creative process and their own work. They were curious if their poems and
photographs would match-up, find a unique synchronicity.
Delightfully, the experiment between the two cousins proved fruitful beyond their expectations.
The Very Large Array on the Plains of San Augustin, Pie Town, Truth or Consequences and
Tent Rocks in New Mexico, were fertile ground for both Sagan's poetry and Neptune's
black-and-white photographs. And the total proves to be more than the sum of the parts.
Teresa Neptune Studio/Gallery will exhibit the photographs and poetry that Neptune and Sagan
have created so far. It is a work in progress as the two see more road trips in their near future.
The exhibit will open with a reception July 24, 5:30-7:30PM; a reading and gallery talk,
July 25 at 2PM, and hang through August 16th.
Excerpt from "Very Large Array" by Miriam Sagan:
The frequency of dreams
The car radio
it was hard to get the scale right
Sky seen by the radio telescope
Does not look like the sky
You see from here
Or the underworld
Where the sky is a mirror of this one
*Miriam Sagan is the author of more than twenty books, including the recent poetry collection
MAP OF THE LOST (University of New Mexico Press). She has been a writer-in-residence at
Everglades National Park, Petrified Forest National Park, Lannan Foundation's Marfa Residence,
THE LAND/An Art Site, and Stone Quarry Hill Art Park. She founded and directs the creative
writing program at Santa Fe Community College.
See Past Exhibitions