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Teresa Neptune has now opened her new Studio / Gallery in the beautiful, historic, Von Horvath House on Canyon Road in Santa Fe! 728 Canyon Road, directly behind Geronimo Restaurant. Pictures and details of the new gallery here.
Neptune is a featured photographer in the beautiful new exhibit " Contemplative Landscape " at the New Mexico History Musem , October 2011 - December 2012
The photography exhibit, "Through The Lens", at The Palace of The Governors, (next to the plaza) in Santa Fe, NM, runs through October 2009. Teresa Neptune's photograph, "Santa Fe Rail, 2004" was selected to be shown in this exhibit honoring Santa Fe's 400th anniversary. The exhibit celebrates the many photographers who have focused their lenses on Santa Fe, contributing to a visual record of Santa Fe history and adding to Santa Fe's world-famous mystique. Signed copies of the book are available at the gallery
Here is a link to Teresa Neptune's Video Interview that is part of the exhibit, "Through The Lens" currently at the Museum of The Palace of The Governors in Santa Fe.
Teresa's two new books, Mirare and Flooded Desert are now available through blurb.com.
Flooded Desert, July 2007, called the "best show" - The New York Times,
Frugal Traveler/Santa Fe. December 23, 2007.
December 2007- Three of Neptune's photographs were purchased by the city of Aztec, NM and
installed as part of New Mexico's Art in Public Places program.
Teresa Neptune is featured in B &W Magazine, Issue 51, May/June, 2007.
Spotlight Feature, pages 86 -90.
From B & W Magazine, Issue 49, February/March, 2007:
MORE ON MONEY by Michael More: Big Money Invisible Gold.
"(Neptune) has aquired, more remarkably, whatever it takes to make a picture that
transmits what the19th-century critic John Ruskin called 'the invisible gold,' the indefineable
value that keeps a work perpetually nourishing and instructive."
Teresa Neptune was awarded the 2005 Willard Van Dyke Memorial Grant for Photography
by the New Mexico Council on Photography for her portfolio of 10 photographs
from the series, "Wind River."
"Wind River": Neptune's photographs from the set of the documentary film, "Silent Thunder"
shot on the Wind River, Arapaho/Shoshoni Reservation in Wyoming, during five days in June
of 2005 "Silent Thunder," Dir: Angelique Midthunder, 2005, funded in part by PBS & NAPT,
documents the unique method of gentling wild horses developed by Arapaho elder,
Stan Addison; a quadriplegic who has the gift of, "horse medicine."
The photograph, "Bathers, Belize, 2005" was aquired by the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, for their permanent collection, April 2006.