Paul Pletka: Converging Faiths In The New World On Display At Museum of Spanish Colonial Art

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Paul Pletka: Converging Faiths In The New World On Display At Museum of Spanish Colonial Art

Santa Fe—A trip to Mexico in the 1980s redirected artist Paul Pletka’s vision, producing a decades-long burst of paintings that melded Indigenous peoples, Catholic rituals, and the lifeways of Spanish colonists. His neo-surrealistic style results in graphic layers of masks, icons, villagers, chapels—a unique vision of the way people from different cultures clash, resist, meld and persist. On April 12, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art premieres Paul Pletka: Converging Faiths in the New World

Museum Of Spanish Colonial Art Holds Spring Art Auction Friday Santa Fe, N.M.—Join the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art Friday evening, April 5, for their first live Spring Auction of museum-quality art works on the patio of the Museum of Spanish Colonial A

Museum Of Spanish Colonial Art Holds Spring Art Auction Friday

Santa Fe, N.M.—Join the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art Friday evening, April 5, for their first live Spring Auction of museum-quality art works on the patio of the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, at 750 Camino Lejo at Museum Hill.