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MILL FINE ART will be closed for the first three months of 2013 to conduct a major re-assessment of it's future.
Co-Directors Mary Mill and Verne Stanford will be seeking a direction that fits their evolving contemporary aesthetic.
For many years the Mill Atelier functioned at the historic 530 Canyon Road address.It has served an assortment of individual
artists and national arts organizations. For the last several years it has exhibited the work of some of America's strongest
emerging and mid-career abstract expressionists. We now take these winter months to reflect on our new directions.
ABOUT THE GALLERY
Mill Fine Art is a contemporary and abstract art gallery located on the lower end of historic Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Number 530, on the south side of the road, was for nearly 300 years a farm house with an enclosed goat-yard, views of Lone Peak and Mount Baldy off to the north, and small walled corals. Now the “goat doors” still allow children to move between the shady central “plaza-court” and the upper exhibit spaces, and the thick adobe walls protect arts patrons from the summer heat.
Adobe walls, viga and latilla ceilings, still form the two primary structures of the gallery. Entry is gained under the street arch and through the historic gates. The gently rolling and rounded softness of the spaces work as stage sets for the artworks within. The aesthetic of the traditional wavy plastered architectural forms, outdoor and in, works in complimentary contrast to the world-class canvases, minimalist gesture drawings and the abstract color splashes of some of the worlds best contemporary artists.